Here is this week’s roundup of China tech stories.
“Congrats to VIPKID for being the only Chinese company to be listed in the ‘2019 Best Places to Work‘ rankings published by Glassdoor,” said venture capitalist and technology executive Kai-Fu Lee who has been backing VIPKID since its foundation in 2013 through a post on WeChat.
Liege, Belgium, December 5, 2018 – The Federal Government of Belgium and Alibaba Group Holding Limited announced today that the two will jointly promote inclusive trade under the Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP) initiative.
As if a foldable screen wasn’t enough, Vivo’s next generation smartphone, the Vivo NEX, will be unveiled on Dec. 11 in Shanghai, featuring dual screens on the front and back of the device.
According to International Data Corporation’s (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker, global shipments for wearable devices reached 32 million units in the third quarter of 2018, a rise of 21.7 percent from the same period last year.
Huawei announced it would release the bezel-less smartphone Nova 4 with new in-screen camera on December 16. Nova 4 is the successor of last generation’s Nova 3, but comes with a brand new design.
Recently, scandals and controversies have been hailing over China’s cultural elite: From celebrities arrested for drug offences to domestic violence, Chinese stars have disappointed many of their fans and supporters with their disgraceful behavior, showing lack of self-discipline and poor moral conduct.
Early this morning, Lenovo VP Chang Cheng confirmed on China’s microblog platform Weibo that Lenovo‘s latest model Z5s will be officially released on Dec.6.
“EVAIO has made contact with Faraday Future to invest 900 million USD over three years via indirect STO. FF and EVAIO will now start up the discussion for the details of the plan,” posted Patrick De Potter, CEO of a blockchain startup named EVAIO, on Nov.13.
Xi Jinping, President of China met with U.S. President Donald Trump after the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina on Dec. 1, during which the two leaders reached a consensus on trade and economic issues.
There are 113 winners, out of which 112 are female Weibo users. Was it sheer luck? Or is there something fishy about Weibo’s raffle system?
Chinese smartphone makers are making headway in global expansion as Transsion and Huawei are ranked as top three smartphone brands in Africa, according to the latest figures announced on Nov. 27 by International Data Corporation (IDC).
It seems that China is making great strides in the 5G research, as OPPO joins the fray for establishing a stable 5G connection to face up to rivals OnePlus and Xiaomi.
When you hear the word Xiaomi, what comes to mind? If you can only think of phones, you have fallen behind!
Huawei was banned from supplying 5G technology in New Zealand due to national security concerns, joining a number of developed countries in their hesitation to collaborate with the Chinese telecommunications equipment maker.