Xiaomi Inc. has unveiled its flagship phone, the Mi 6, as the company tries to turn the tables after seeing sales fall last year.
Chinese Internet provider Baidu has announced its partnership with Samsung's automotive tech subsidiary to develop cloud-based AI, expanding the South Korean giant's reach among automakers through Baidu's leading role in China's AI software sector.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group continues with its brand expansion in Southeast Asia as Ant Financial, Alibaba’s payment affiliate, acquired helloPay Group, a Singapore-based payment service, Reuters reported.
Unfortunately for still-emerging personalities, YouTube has changed the rules for allowing advertisements on pages.
Alibaba’s Alipay ePass program is helping Chinese consumers buy products by foreign merchants as well as international brands to expand their businesses using the program.
As part of its shift into offline retail, JD.com is set to open more than 1 million convenience stores across the country in the next five years, nearly half of them to be located in the rural areas, China Daily reported.
A new organizational structure by Verizon is to be created in order to improve their delivery service. This investment by Verizon will be responsible for the operation of its new technologies such as 4G LTE, 5G and fiber infrastructure.
China's new manned submersible will carry out research on earth's seabeds as deep as 4,500 meters under the sea.
China has made new efforts to tighten the security of its cyberspace. A draft law released on Tuesday mandates data-exporting firms to undergo annual security assessment.
Best Logistics was reported to have a target of $1 billion initial public offering. This could potentially be the biggest IPO from a Chinese firm in the U.S. listings for this year.
Alisports is rumored to be raising 1.2 billion yuan through a funding round led by Yunfeng Capital. The sports unit of e-commerce giant Alibaba was founded in Sept. 2015.
LeEco is abandoning its deal to acquire U.S.-based TV maker Vizio. The move comes as China tightens its security measures involving outbound partnerships.
In Hangzhou, East China, a bookshop named Zhongshuge is attracting attention by incorporating the idea of an amusement park. Books are held by shelves designed as roller coasters, hot air balloons and a merry-go-round, among others. It's an instant hit among children and their parents.