Huawei’s highly-anticipated Android alternative, Hongmeng, is finally official.
On Aug. 8, Huawei’s Global Industry Vision released a “10 Trends for 2025 report” describing the 10 exciting trends that are shaping the future.
The multinational tech giant Intel signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with Chinese tech company Baidu for a three-year relationship in Baidu’s core business areas on July 30.
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ByteDance announced it is setting up a data center in India, where its app TikTok has been under scrutiny for privacy violations and possibly facing a ban.
The world’s largest drone manufacturer DJI is planning to strengthen its U.S. presence by promoting cooperation with local government agencies and building a new plant in the country.
The U.S. will allow American companies to sell technology to the blacklisted Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei where there is no threat to US national security
Lei Jun, Xiaomi founder and CEO, announced the inauguration of Xiaomi’s new Scientific and Technological Park on Weibo on July 10.
Tencent has decided to step in and save the beloved Wall by doing what it does best–building another mobile game – Repair the Wall.
Huawei, the Chinese tech giant, released the newest smartphone series Nova 5 on June 21.
The 15 Chinese brands included in BrandZ’s Top 100 Most Valuable include: Alibaba, Tencent, China Mobile, CBC, Moutai, Huawei, etc.
Bloomberg has reported that Alibaba will choose China International Capital Corp. and Credit Suisse Group AG to lead the share sale for their Hong Kong offering.
On June 6, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology officially granted 5G licenses for commercial use, marking China’s official entry into the 5G era.
Baidu announced on May 31 that their Senior Vice President, Wang Haifeng, has been promoted to Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
Beijing-based China Computer Federation (CCF) has cut ties with a publications division of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) on May 30, following IEEE’s ban on Huawei.