Tesla released an official video showcasing the capacity of its Giga Shanghai factory with footage of robots working on the production line with almost no human oversight.
DJI's PR director denied the layoff rumors as "untrue", saying that fighting the global epidemic is currently the most important thing for the company.
In truth, even though Zoom’s current security debacle is unsettling to some degree, its outcomes are mostly positive.
Chinese international students are all facing a dilemma. Should they return to China or stay in foreign countries? Student visas, housing and work plans are also a major pain in the neck.
Alibaba officially introduced its overseas multi-lingual supported version of DingTalk on April 8, making functions to users worldwide amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tencent, a virtual game developer giant in China, just played a "win-win" game in reality with a National Football League (NFL) team of the United States.
As China encourages people to return to work despite potential fears associated with the coronavirus outbreak, a QR code craze has once again taken over the country.
China’s State Council declared that the country would recognize Saturday, April 4, as a day of mourning for those who sacrificed and died in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chinese food delivery service company Meituan Dianping (Meituan) warned a negative year-on-year revenue growth and operating loss for the first quarter of 2020 as a result of the pandemic.
In early 2019, Xiaomi decided to veer away from a smartphone-centric development strategy and increase its investment in AIoT.
Being in China, we have been quarantined for almost two months and are now witnessing social and economic activities resuming slowly, bit by bit, in our hometown Beijing.
Chinese e-commerce platform Pinduoduo and household appliance giant GOME Retail Holdings will hold a Super Brand Day on March 31
As the COVID-19 outbreak left many Chinese families struggling to pay their rents and mortgages, several cities introduced “relaxed” home purchase policies to alleviate people’s burden and reanimate the stagnating real estate market.
China's internet giant Baidu published a report said the search trends for epidemic-related issues has been reduced by 91% compared to late January.
China's most used social platform WeChat announced that it is partnering with major technology platforms.