In a recent wide-ranging conversation with The Globe’s Nathan VanderKlippe, Huawei Founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei commented on his daughter’s arrest and Huawei’s strategy more broadly.
The National Industrial Information Security Development Research Center released the “Artificial Intelligence China Patent Technology Analysis Report”.
On December 5, Huawei filed a petition with the Fifth Circuit Court in New Orleans.
Italian luxury brand Gucci announced a strategic cooperation agreement with Tencent to leverage the Chinese tech giant’s access to abundant data and explore field of smart retail.
Chinese short-video platform Kuaishou has raised its latest found of financing, to the tune of nearly $3 billion.
Huawei has responded to reports about Li Hongyuan, an ex-Huawei employee who was detained for 251 days under suspicion of extortion regarding the termination compensation he received from the company.
A former Huawei employee was detained for extortion in late 2018 after demanding that the company pay him a contract termination compensation of roughly 300,000 yuan.
Huawei released its white paper on autonomous driving based on its core 5G network to advance the development and integration of 5G in the field of self-driving technology.
Alibaba Cloud announced that the source code of Alink, its self-developed algorithm platform, has been made available via open source on Github, the world’s largest developer community.
WeChat Pay and Alipay have increased their utility for Chinese citizens by integrating with the country’s national healthcare system.
Alibaba Group debuted on the Hong Kong stock exchange, becoming the first Chinese company to be publicly listed in both Hong Kong and the United States.
The US Commerce Department said on Monday that they would grant Chinese telecom giant Huawei a 90-day extension on their license allowing them to do business with American companies.
ByteDance is in talks with major music labels to launch its own music streaming service, in an effort to go head-to-head with similar services such as Apple Music and Spotify.
The US government is set to make yet another two-week extension to its license targeted at Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, allowing it to continue doing business with US companies for a short while.
Chinese internet conglomerate Alibaba Group announced on November 15 the launch of its long-awaited Hong Kong public offering.