Chinese telecom giant Huawei has recruited executives from BAIC Group to augment their capabilities in smart automotive solutions.
CES 2020 opened up in Las Vegas on January 7, with over 5000 companies from all over the world set to showcase the world’s most cutting-edge gadgets, new applications, and futuristic products.
Alibaba announced a strategic reorganization of its IoT business, upgrading Tmall Genie to an independent business unit.
According to 36Kr, Sinovation Ventures’ AI subsidiary, Chuangxin Qizhi, completed its latest round of financing totaling nearly $57 million.
OPPO announced that the company will allocate $145 million to support mobile application developers to advance their goal of creating an open shared mobile ecosystem.
TikTok owner ByteDance announced a joint venture with Shanghai Dongfang Newspaper, a state-owned media group and the operator of a popular local news outlet The Paper.cn.
The National Industrial Information Security Development Research Center released the “Artificial Intelligence China Patent Technology Analysis Report”.
Facial recognition checks are now part of the standard procedure when registering for mobile phone services in China.
On the morning of November 19, in the heart of Beijing’s Central Business District, Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi, was greeting guests at the company’s annual developer conference.
Chinese EV upstart Xpeng Motors announced on November 13 the signing of a Series C capital funding of $400 million from a group of strategic and institutional investors.
On October 25, Didi Chuxing submitted a safety upgrade report to China’s Ministry of Transport upon completing a year-long industry-wide safety revamp process.
The 6th World Internet Conference kicked off on Sunday, October 20, in the river town of Wuzhen in east China’s Zhejiang Province.
28 Chinese companies were recently placed on a new entity blacklist created by the US, blocking these companies from buying American products.
Alibaba Group and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) announced in Hangzhou on September 26 the launch of “Hunger Map LIVE,” a global hunger monitoring system.
Starbucks took another step toward evolving the digital customer experience for customers in China by cooperating with Alibaba and launching a smart speaker capable of ordering coffee delivery by voice.