Huawei’s HiSilicon has chartered a cargo plane to ship Kirin and other related chips from Taiwan to mainland China as a measure to race against the clock before the latest US ban takes effect on Sept. 15, which demands chipmakers across the globe stop supplying semiconductors to Huawei.
Shanghai has become China’s biggest powerhouse for 5G wireless technology talents, according to a report by the online recruitment platform BOSS Zhipin.
Chinese upscale coffee brand Saturnbird has completed an over 100 million yuan B Round financing this year, led by Sequoia Capital, and followed by its old shareholder Fengrui Capital.
CATL (300750.SZ) announced recently that it is developing a new technology to install the battery directly on the chassis of an electric car.
Xiaomi's CEO Lei Jun: the company has not given up on its self-developed Surge chipsets.
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.
In the fall of 2014, Zhang Yiming, the founder of TikTok’s parent company Bytedance, who was then little-known, paid a visit to Silicon Valley with a group of young Chinese entrepreneurs.
An agriculture competition organized by Chinese social commerce platform Pinduoduo and China Agricultural University has kicked off for the final round in Yunnan Province.
Alibaba’s Ant Group Thursday launched AntChain, a new technology brand for the company’s blockchain-based solutions.
Leading Chinese electric vehicle maker NIO patented a technology on July 17 for a wireless charging system for an electric vehicle, as well as the same charging method (CN111422080A).
NetEase officially announced that its new International Culture & Technology Complex started construction from June 29 in Shanghai’s Qingpu district.
During the early stage of the COVID-19 pandemic, scholars from Tsinghua University developed an integrative kit for quick coronavirus test.
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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.
Taobao Live, Alibaba Group’s live-streaming platform, saw a sharp rise in brand activity this past month as merchants slowly resumed operations amidst the novel coronavirus outbreak.