An employee of Dangdang was diagnosed with COVID-19, and all her close contacts in the company have been quarantined at home.
Apple announced that it would double the donations to support both the emergency medical response and the recovery of virus-affected communities in China.
On February 19, Bloomberg reported that China is considering taking control some of HNA Group’s airlines that have been unable to meet financial obligations.
Chinese aerospace company GalaxySpace announced that China's first satellite with a 10Gbps communication capacity successfully carried out a communications test after 30 days in orbit.
Xiaomi has been granted a patent for a "smart mask" by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Pinduoduo has launched its dedicated "Help the Farmers" channel on February 10, to match the demand from of users with products from over 12 million agricultural producers.
Other than established e-commerce platforms like Alibaba and JD.com, WeChat’s mini-programs are still new to a large number of business operators and Westerners; however, it is expanding into non-negligible channel for consumer transactions.
ByteDance will designate a senior executive to lead and grow its gaming business planning on launching a mobile MOBA game that directly competes with Tencent’s Honor of Kings
Chinese food delivery giant Meituan Dianping launched an unmanned delivery service to build a full chain of contactless service in food distribution.
If there were no coronavirus, Chinese students would have already been back to school for their spring semester, but the spread of the disease has changed everything.
Honor V30, the first device to come equipped with HMS will be released in Europe next week.
Due to the coronavirus shutdown, Apple temporarily suspended stores and operations in China and experienced the second revenue miss.
OPPO announced a 50 billion yuan R&D fund spanning the next three years to enhance core technologies and explore frontier innovations, including self-developed SoC chips
In terms of Australia’s most populous city and largest ride-hailing market, Didi plans to roll out its Sydney launch with DiDi Express and DiDi Max services first.
Representatives of the Central Bank pointed out that even if approved, the loans will be far smaller than the 4 billion and 5 billion yuan sought by the companies.