China’s largest online travel firm Ctrip.com is considering a delisting from Nasdaq due to the impact of COVID-19 and rising US-China tensions.
Will ages of TAMP (Tencent, Alibaba, Meituan-Dianping, Pinduoduo) come?
Robin Li, co-founder and CEO of Baidu Inc., gave a keynote speech themed “New Infrastructure, The New Starting Point of Artificial Intelligence” at the WAIC cloud summit on July 9.
Chinese online learning platform Zuoyebang announced on Monday it raised $750 million, demonstrating continued investor interest in China’s online education technology ecosystem.
Chinese online learning platform Zuoyebang raised $750 million, showing continued investor interest in China’s education technology market.
IQIYI's pre-market gain widened to 40% as Tencent had approached Baidu, which owns 56.2% of iQIYI, with the plan of becoming iQIYI's largest shareholder.
On the evening of May 21, Reuters reported that Baidu was considering delisting from NASDAQ to boost its valuation. Baidu responded to The Economic Observer later claiming this was a false rumor.
Chinese search engine giant Baidu Inc. (BIDU) Monday reported a 7% year-on-year decline in its total revenue to 22.5 billion yuan ($3.18 billion) for the first quarter of 2020, beating Wall Street estimates of $3.1 billion.
Baidu, Inc. today announced it will actively promote its livestreaming service in 2020 as a way to build its mobile ecosystem.
Now, after a decade of development and vicious competition, a slew of video platforms and short video apps have emerged at the top of the Chinese online video streaming game.
Baidu Research announced Tuesday, April 21, the launch of an AI-powered video synthesis tool Vidpress on its short video app Haokan that will allow users to produce professional video content from URLs.
Despite the impact of COVID-19 wearing off, the everyday life of Chinese people after the quarantine is vastly different from before.
Episode 64 of Tech Buzz China is the second of two episodes on the Chinese telemedicine sector, which is closely watched in the wake of COVID-19.
Search giant Baidu is tapping into the automobile consumption market, launching a car information app Youjia.
On February 29, the California Department of Motor Vehicles issued a series of “2019 Autonomous Driving Disengagement Reports.”