Bytedance is gearing up to restart its social app Feiliao, an instant audio messaging platform that was previously removed from app stores.
Tesla officially unveiled a new Model Y Standard Range electric vehicle, featuring a price tag of 276,000 yuan and a cruising range of 525 kilometers.
A number of Chinese companies have reportedly cancelled IPO plans in the U.S., in fear of national security review from the authority.
Pony.ai demonstrated its latest self-developed autonomous driving technology at WAIC on Wednesday, and officially announced it's Robotaxi service in Shanghai, operating along the main roads of Jiading District.
Robin Li, CEO of Baidu, said that AI will undoubtedly become the transformative force revolutionizing future human development over the next 40 years.
Food Delivery Giant Meituan Unveils Drones for Delivery Service, Offering New User Experience
Ant Group, a Chinese Internet financial unicorn, released the latest information on an adjustment of its management team on Thursday.
According to Zdnet News, Dong Mingzhu, Chairwoman of Gree Electric, is bent on introducing Huawei’s HarmonyOS.
Huawei announced on Wednesday that it had reached a patent license agreement with a supplier of Volkswagen Group.
After being removed from app stores, Chinese ride hailing giant Didi had its mini program pulled from WeChat and Alipay's platforms.
Representatives from Nexperia, a subsidiary of Shanghai-based Wingtech Technology, announced on Monday their acquisition of the largest producer of semiconductors in the UK, Newport Wafer Fab (NWF). Following the agreement’s implementation, the Welsh facility is to be redubbed “Nexperia Newport”.
Meitu, a Chinese smartphone maker and owner of a popular photo retouching app, announced on Tuesday that it lost $17.3 million in bitcoin due to a nosedive in its value. However, the Xiamen-based company has not expressed plans to sell the cryptocurrency in the short term. Based on their prices as of June 30th, the […]
n response to previous reports about Oppo's entry into the automotive field, Bo Liu, President of Oppo China, affirmed that "there is no need for the company to produce vehicles at present".
Xpeng’s shares rose 1.8% at the opening of trading to reach 168 Hong Kong dollars a piece, as the company carried out a dual primary listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.