Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has denied that the company is planning to design an original electric vehicle (EV) or produce its own branded car, refuting a Reuters report which cited people claiming knowledge on the matter.
Chinese smartphone maker Huawei unveiled its latest foldable flagship, the Mate X2, on Monday.
The race to become the leader of clean energy vehicles in the world’s largest auto market is on, with more and more tie-ups established between China’s tech giants and traditional automakers.
Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei responded to a series of hotspot issues about the company, including whether to sell its terminal business.
China’s regulatory watchdog on Feb. 7 released new anti-monopoly regulations targeting tech giants and a recent escalation in unfair competition.
Huawei Technologies will reward employee shareholders in cash dividends that could be worth at least 40 billion yuan ($6.2 billion).
Shares of Chinese social media and entertainment site Joyy Inc. plunged more than 26% after a research firm accused it of being a “multibillion-dollar fraud”.
The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) and Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX) both on Nov. 3 announced to halt the IPO process of Ant Group.
Pinduoduo jointly launched “Super Brand Day Activities” with Xiaodu, China’s largest search engine Baidu’s artificial intelligence speaker.
Tech giant Baidu revealed on Oct. 10 that it has become the top domestic platform for users to obtain services during the 8-day long national day holiday.
As the epidemic is under control in China, offline activities are able to hosted again. In September, there were several important technology conferences that took place.
Life sciences company BioMap was formally announced on Sept. 25, led by Baidu CEO Robin Li as chairman and Baidu Ventures (BV) CEO Liu Wei as co-founder and CEO.
If you ask me, one of the most curious happenings of recent months, is just how quickly “banning TikTok” went from a “fringe movement” to “quite acceptable”.
In a first, China has surpassed the US in having the most Fortune Global 500 companies.
Microsoft said it will continue providing services to Chinese users in response to recent rumors that it will no longer offer Windows services in China.