With the 30th anniversary of its entry into China, Microsoft announced on September 20 that it will continue to expand its recruitment in the country next year. The recruitment drive will bring the company's total number of employees in China to over 10,000.
Microsoft unveiled a total solution for the automotive and mobility sectors on August 28 at WNEVC.
Shadow Creator, one of the earliest companies in China to engage in the metaverse field, was reported by social media users on August 23 to be owing wages of more than 200 employees.
Zhou Hongyi, the co-founder of Chinese internet security firm Qihoo 360 Technology accused Microsoft of plagiarism at the 10th Internet Security Conference (ISC 2022) on July 30.
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.
Xu Mengtao claimed the women's aerials freestyle skiing gold medal at the Beijing Winter Olympics. A key factor behind her success was "Guanjun", the AI referee and coaching system developed by Xiaoice.
Microsoft officially announced that with the support of TTS, a deep neural network based on Microsoft Azure, Chinese electric vehicle company XPeng Motors has successfully upgraded its driver assistance function.
Huawei will reportedly release a new MateBook E 2-in-1 laptop in the near future, which may be equipped with Windows 11 operating system for the first time.
As the sun lowers on the company’s full operations in the country, a window of opportunity is now opening for domestic competitors.
On Thursday, LinkedIn announced it would shut down the local version of its services in China later this year and launch a job search site in the country, but without LinkedIn's social functions.
TAL Education Group announced on the night of September 24 that the company's board of directors has appointed Peng Zhuangzhuang as the new Chief Financial Officer, which will take effect from November 1, 2021.
Wang Jingdong, Senior Principal Research Manager with the Visual Computing Group, Microsoft Research Asia, has left his position. People predict that Wang may now be preparing to join Baidu.
Chinese smartphone maker Honor and American tech giant Microsoft have announced on Thursday that they will expand their partnership as they pursue a more innovative experience for end users.
Honor, the budget smartphone brand sold by Huawei Technologies in November, has reportedly resumed cooperation with US chipmaker Qualcomm and the companies are working to deliver a new 5G handset in the coming months.
ByteDance, the parent company of popular short video app TikTok, has rejected Microsoft, the first publicly known bidder of the app’s American arm.