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.
Robotic process automation (RPA) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) startup Laiye Technology announced today that it has completed its Series C financing round of $42 million.
Roborock Technology, a Chinese robotic vacuum cleaner manufacturer affiliated with Xiaomi, starts trading today on China’s new tech board with a strong opening performance.
Chinese aerospace company GalaxySpace announced that China's first satellite with a 10Gbps communication capacity successfully carried out a communications test after 30 days in orbit.
Xiaomi has been granted a patent for a "smart mask" by the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Pinduoduo has launched its dedicated "Help the Farmers" channel on February 10, to match the demand from of users with products from over 12 million agricultural producers.
Canceled events, xenophobia, suspended flights to China, cruise ships being denied port of entry despite having no coronavirus cases on board – this is just a small portion of the absurdity dominating the media field these days.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei has filed lawsuits alleging 12 patent violations against American telecom provider Verizon.
As the outbreak of the Wuhan coronavirus becomes an international crisis, the Chinese tech industry is forced to get creative in finding solutions to avoid direct human interactions.
The pneumonia epidemic caused by the novel coronavirus has had a considerable impact on the Chinese mobile phone industry.
The Huoshenshan Hospital in Wuhan, commissioned by the Chinese government on January 24, was completed on February 2 and started accepting patients on February 3.
Episode 59 of Tech Buzz China takes a retrospective look at 2019 in China internet culture and business happenings.
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The annual World Economic Forum (WEF) is being held again in the Swiss ski resort of Davos.