Forbes published the list of the world's largest tech firms on May 12th, where Chinese Internet giant Tencent now rounds out the top five.
Chinese health technology firm PeroPure has successively completed Pre-A and Pre-A+ rounds of financing, with investment from DCM and ZhenFund, respectively.
The world’s leading producer of vaping products, Shenzhen-based SMOORE, on Tuesday held a livestream event during which it unveiled progress made recently in the realm of e-cigarette technology.
Huawei announced on Wednesday that it had reached a patent licence agreement with Japan-based Buffalo, a provider of networking, storage and memory products.
Li Tengyue, President of Huawei's VR/AR product line, said that the Huawei AR Engine has been installed 1.1 billion times, applied in 106 models and with access to over 2,000 applications.
Chinese venture capital (VC) firm Source Code Capital, which has backed some of the country’s biggest tech firms and unicorns, announced on Tuesday it has raised a total of $1 billion in fresh funds.
In the streets of Nairobi, Johannesburg, Lagos, and other African cities, signs advertising Chinese tech products are not an uncommon sight. In fact, all Chinese tech firms are rushing to get into Africa.