Wednesday, 24th, 2019 | 1:32AM Updated

An Alibaba signage shows trading activity at the New York Stock Exchange.
Alibaba, Baidu Clash Online Over Mapping Services

Baidu boss Robin Li leads Baidu Ventures in the early-stage development of AI and VR.
New Baidu Venture Capital Firm Invests $200M on AI and VR Development

Baidu says its new big data platform can help manage traffic congestion.
Baidu to Assist Police in Probe on Gambling Sites with Fake Licenses

Li Yanhong, also known as Robin Li, president of Baidu
Qihoo 360 Stops All Medical Service Ads Amid Baidu Probe

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Chinese ride-sharing service provider Didi Kuaidi is expected to be one of the companies to raise a significant amount of funding this year.
China's Tech Startups Raise $6 Billion in Funds

Baidu conducted a successful road test of its driverless car in China in Dec. 2015.
Baidu Steps Up Efforts to Lead in Developing Driverless Cars

According to Alexa Internet’s top 500 websites on the Internet, Baidu ranks fourth globally in terms of traffic.
Baidu in Hot Water Over Porn and Other Issues

According to Alexa Internet’s top 500 websites on the Internet, Baidu ranks fourth globally in terms of traffic.
Baidu To Develop Self-driving Cars In 3 Years, Joins Autonomous Vehicle Race

Baidu is now reportedly road-testing two prototype BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo autonomous cars in Beijing’s northern outskirts.
Baidu to Launch Autonomous Cars in Three Years

Tencent is expected to earn billions from its smartphone games for WeChat and QQ users, as well as the free streaming of HBO’s
Tencent Counters Economic Slowdown by Offering Free HBO Shows, NBA Games

Tencent is planning to export its mobile games to Western markets.
Tencent Plans Investing $1 Billion in One of the Biggest Fundraising Rounds for Startup

China is currently the second largest movie market in the world, making it an enticing territory for Hollywood.
Alibaba Links Up with Cinema Chain to Give Chinese Moviegoers New Alternative

China's largest online-to-offline service startups have announced their merger to end the competition for customers and lead in the market.
China’s Two Biggest Tech Startups Merging to Form $15B O2O Company

WeChat, which is owned by Tencent Holdings Ltd., said that the business messaging service is specifically being designed for work-related communication.
Malware Finds Its Way into the App Store, Infects Several Chinese Apps

Medical institutes and organizations have been promoting their respective medical services for cancer and blood disease patients in China since last year.
Internet Giants Helping China’s Healthcare Sector to Innovate

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