It’s official: China’s largest search engine and China’s largest private automaker are joining forces.
Chinese Internet behemoth Baidu today announced its plan to partner with auto manufacturer Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, establishing a company that will produce intelligent electric vehicles (EV).
The Robotaxi Technical Requirements Group Standard was recently released.
We are seeing more and more internet companies jumping into the deep end of the auto-tech industry.
JD Digits, Lufax, Baidu and many Chinese fintech giants have removed their interest-bearing online time deposit products after Alipay pulled its internet deposit product on Dec. 18.
China’s search engine giant Baidu is in talks with automakers about the possibility of making its own electric vehicles, three people with knowledge of the matter said, according to a Reuters report.
Baidu Inc. on Dec. 4 was granted the first permit by the Beijing transportation authorities for five of its vehicles to conduct fully driverless road tests.
On Nov. 17, Baidu released its financial results for the third quarter of 2020, ending on Sept. 30.
Executives and experts from China’s top Internet companies gathered in central China's Zhengzhou city in Henan Province to discuss the development of the global Internet ecosystem and how to push the industry further in the inland province of Henan.
Baidu has almost completed negotiations to buy JOYY’s operations in China, according to business digital media Jiemian. The deal excludes JOYY’s overseas business, which is said to continue running independently.
Pinduoduo jointly launched “Super Brand Day Activities” with Xiaodu, China’s largest search engine Baidu’s artificial intelligence speaker.
Tech giant Baidu revealed on Oct. 10 that it has become the top domestic platform for users to obtain services during the 8-day long national day holiday.
As the epidemic is under control in China, offline activities are able to hosted again. In September, there were several important technology conferences that took place.
Leading artificial intelligence company Baidu on Sept. 30 announced that its Smart Living Group (SLG) has entered into definitive agreements with CPE, Baidu Capital and IDG Capital for Series A financing at a post-money valuation of approximately 20 billion yuan ($2.9 billion.)
Life sciences company BioMap was formally announced on Sept. 25, led by Baidu CEO Robin Li as chairman and Baidu Ventures (BV) CEO Liu Wei as co-founder and CEO.