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.
The Jack Ma Foundation and Alibaba Foundation are today sharing some key lessons and experiences from doctors who were at the frontline of COVID-19 treatment in China.
As the novel coronavirus continues to spread across the world, public gatherings have been banned in many countries, thus some most expected global tech events have been canceled.
The Jack Ma Foundation and Alibaba Foundation have donated much-needed medical supplies to multiple countries over the past several weeks.
The ByteDance-owned short video app TikTok announced the appointment of Roland Cloutier, a renowned cybersecurity expert, as the company’s as CISO.
The COVID-19 crisis is not just a battle in China, but a global challenge. As the disease spreads, we see tech companies around the world taking initiatives to combat COVID-19.
Huawei launched HMS Core 4.0, the latest version of their in-house mobile services ecosystem.
Baidu announced its unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and full year of 2019.
Lenovo was accused of "fraud" by the financial services agency Bucephalus Research and was given a "sell" rating in an interview with Bloomberg.
Xiaomi has been granted a patent for a "smart mask" by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Chinese conglomerate Alibaba announced its financial results for the quarter ended December 31, 2019, beating analyst expectations.
Huawei has announced the launch of its Nova 7i smartphone, which will begin pre-sales in Malaysia on February 14.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei has filed lawsuits alleging 12 patent violations against American telecom provider Verizon.
Huawei is looking for a site in Europe to build a factory that produces 5G equipment.
According to foreign news reports, due to the new coronavirus epidemic, Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics decided to suspend some of their operations in China until February 9.