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Cybersecurity company Qihoo 360 has recently launched a metaverse product called "N World," Tech Planet reported on Friday. The platform is composed of a number of "interest worlds," which can be created by users.
Reports surfaced Monday suggesting that Chinese internet security firm Qihoo 360 has recently laid off employees from several departments in a disguised manner.
On Tuesday, news about a malicious attack at Qihoo 360, a Chinese Internet security service provider, went viral on Weibo, one of the country's most popular social media outlets.
Chinese electric vehicle startup Hozon Auto may launch its IPO on the Hong Kong Exchange stock in the third and fourth quarters of 2022.
On November 3, Hozon Auto, which operates a car brand called NETA Auto, held a press conference promoting its new model, the NETA V Pro.
According to an announcement issued on Tuesday, Qihoo 360's shareholding in Hozon Auto has fulfilled the procedures required by relevant government authorities, and the investment agreements have been signed.
Qihoo 360 Technology issued a supplementary announcement on its investments saying that this investment needs to obtain the consent of relevant departments, which poses some uncertainty in the deal.
Chinese internet security firm Qihoo 360 Technology announced on Monday that the company plans to invest 2.9 billion yuan ($451 million) in Hozon Auto, which also operates a car brand called NETA Auto.
Zhou Hongyi, founder and CEO of the internet security company Qihoo 360 Technology, said at the conference that mature safety technologies that developed on Hozon Auto will be extended the whole industry in the future.
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Qihoo360 has criticized the U.S. after being added to an economic blacklist over allegations that they violated human rights and posed a threat to U.S. national security.
Mercedes-Benz and the Chinese cyber-security juggernaut 360 Group announced cooperation to offer customers secure products and secure connected services for drivers.
Ludashi (lit. Master Lu), a computer system optimization and security firm recently spun off by the Chinese Internet conglomerate Qihoo 360, went public in Hong Kong on October 9.