Huami (NYSE: HMI) recently reached a cooperation agreement with Walmart to sell its Amazfit smartwatch in 2,870 Walmart stores in North America.
Chinese electric vehicle maker WM Motor has completed a 10 billion yuan D round of financing.
Huawei's mobile phones have recently experienced considerable price hikes.
On Sept.11, Huawei and its partners jointly held the "Global Ecology--China Go Global Leaders Summit" in Songshan Lake, Dongguan. The dialogue was one of the most anticipated events at the Huawei Developers Conference 2020 (HDC.Together).
ByteDance has completed its acquisition of a payment business license, completing the last pillar of its ownership of a full range of digital payment business licenses in China, which will allow it to conduct various forms of financial services.
AI chip company Cambricon released their performance report for the first half of this year. During the period, the company’s revenue reached 87.2 million yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 11.01%.
Episode 70 of Tech Buzz China features Lauren Hallanan in conversation with our co-hosts Ying Lu and Rui Ma on the topic of livestreaming ecommerce.
Beijing-based AI chipmaker Cambricon was officially listed on the Sci-Tech Innovation Board on July 20, 2020, with an issue price of 64.39 yuan per share, a 288% increase at the opening.
While the coronavirus outbreak is undoubtedly a matter of paramount importance, here are at least five factors that will put Wuhan on your list of cities to visit once it’s the outbreak has subsided.
Xiaomi has been granted a patent for a "smart mask" by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
The coronavirus outbreak is still in full force, limiting business opportunities and impelling investors to put their activities on hold.
Many have compared the 2019-nCoV outbreak to the 2003-SARS epidemic. Indeed, the two unfortunate public health crises have a great number of similarities, from the culprit of the virus to the symptoms and the timing of outbreaks.
Episode 60 of Tech Buzz China is a special on the Wuhan coronavirus and its impact on China tech, as seen by co-hosts Rui Ma and Ying-Ying Lu.
Experts are currently foreseeing a decline in China’s economic growth to roughly 5.6% from the already relatively low 6.1%, which will bring global economic growth down by 0.2%.
Episode 59 of Tech Buzz China takes a retrospective look at 2019 in China internet culture and business happenings.