NetEase, a Chinese internet technology company, announced on Wednesday that it will hold an online game launch event called "NetEase Connect 2022" at 19:30 Beijing time on May 20.
NetEase Cloud Music announced on Wednesday that it has formed a strategic partnership with Linfair Records. The companies will cooperate in regard to music copyrights, artist promotion and other fields.
Chinese internet technology firm NetEase will acquire 100% of shares in Quantic Dream, the developer of the game "Detroit: Become Human."
Arena of Valor, an overseas version of the Honor of Kings mobile game, has been given upgraded importance and is now considered a strategic key project as of September 2021.
Mobile application and gaming market research platform Sensor Tower released the revenue ranking today for Chinese mobile game publishers in the global app store and Google Play during February 2022.
At the beginning of March, two stock exchanges in China announced that NetEase Cloud Music had been added into the list of stocks that can be traded through the Hong Kong Stock Connect platform.
Chinese tech giant NetEase Inc. released its financial report for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended December 31, 2021.
Chinese internet technology firm NetEase recently launched what it calls the world's first one-stop music creation AI platform, dubbed "Tianyin" (天音 Tiānyīn).
NetEase Planet NFT, a digital platform based on NetEase's blockchain technology, was announced on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, Chinese internet technology firm NetEase officially announced that its “Unknown Future” game will officially stop operating at 15:00 on March 14, 2022 with compensation arrangements to be provided.
At present, 411 Chinese game companies in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong have signed the Convention on Anti-addiction and Self-discipline of the Online Game Industry issued in September.
Chinese internet technology company NetEase will set up its Hainan headquarters and build a metaverse industrial base project in the southern island province's capital city of Sanya.
“There are two 18-year-olds, one in China, the other in the United States, both poor and short on prospects. You have to pick the one with the better chance at upward mobility. Which would you choose?”
Youdao, founded in 2006 as part of NetEase, Inc., on Thursday held a press conference themed "Creating the Future of Quality Education" to unveil six new quality education products.
Xiaomi announced the shutdown of MiTalk last Tuesday, the same day Tencent unveiled an ambitious vision for WeChat. Why couldn't these apps achieve the same success?