Elon Musk purchased 1255 FDA-approved ResMed, Philips & Medtronic ventilators from China and donated them to the state of California.
Two titans of global technology entrepreneurship, Elon Musk and Jack Ma, shared a stage on August 29, to talk about the future of humanity, through the lens of technology and AI.
Elon Musk commended Tencent Keen Security Lab on their work of finding flaws in Tesla's driver assistance system. The lab found a way to trick a Tesla Model S into entering the lane of oncoming traffic by simply placing stickers on the road.
China's Premier Li Keqiang met with Elon Musk on Jan.9 in Ziguang Hall of Zhongnanhai, China's central leadership compound, in Beijing, after Tesla broke ground for the $7 billion gigafactory.
“Looking forward to breaking ground on the @Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory today!” tweeted Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, confirmed amid the company's record loss that he will not sell any stocks. Tesla's Gigafactory 3 in China, although costing less than expected, will be built through local bank loans.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (Hyperloop TT) signed its first agreement with China to build a hyperloop system in the country's technological development zone.
Here is this week's roundup of China tech stories.
Tesla Motors announces a new Technology Innovation Center in Beijing on July 12 as CEO Elon Musk concludes his three-day trip in China.
Tesla Inc. is going to open its first overseas production facility in Shanghai, aiming to double its global manufacturing size.
Tesla Inc. registered a new car firm in Shanghai with 100 million RMB from the solo shareholder of TESLA MOTORS HK LIMITED, the Tencent Auto reported.
In mid-April, media reported that in a summit organized by the Chinese auto industry, a source disclosed that Tesla will establish a wholly-owned factory in China in 2018.
Elon Musk and his Space X rocket made world headlines after a successful launch at 2:30 am on February 7 at Florida's Kennedy Space Center. Falcon Heavy blasted off on its first test, and its two booster rockets mad a successful landing.
Media were impressed with the 80-million-yuan lavish launch event for the ES8 in Wukesong Venue. There is no doubt NIO raised more investment and spent more money than any other automotive start-up in China. Since its establishment, NIO has raised more than US $2 billion.
On October 16, 2017, Tesla unprecedentedly released Model S/X for a country and offered charging adapter in line with China’s new national standard, which is a rare case.