Niu HongHong, Bruce Zhang (Old Tomato), Wang Yibo, are some of the most popular young people on Chinese social media. They have been doing what they loved since they were in school. With the power of the Internet, they are today some of the most well-known cartoonists, content creators and photographers.
A story about how a Shanghai-based bike designer decided to pursue his dream, all because of one film.
Over 15,000 people lined up for OnePlus 6 in 26 cities and 11 countries within 2 days last week, making it the largest pop-up event OnePlus has ever held for a newly launched phone.
Remember the unmanned ground sweeper landed in Changsha, Hunan last week?
Faraday Future, an American electric vehicle startup known as FF, issued a letter to staff today to celebrate its fourth anniversary and provide an update on the company’s progress.
The flames of the trade war between China and the United States have long spread to the field of science and technology. Following the U.S. ban on ZTE, it is rumored that Huawei will withdraw from the U.S. market and is under investigation by the United States Department of Justice.
Yesterday, DJI officially released the new Phantom 4 Pro V2.0 (P4P V2.0). The price is consistent with the previous Phantom 4 Pro starting at $1,499. The P4P V2.0 weighs 1,375g, 13 grams lighter than the previous generation of Phantom 4 Pro, but in the exact same size measuring 350mm diagonally.
Fan Chengcheng is the younger brother of Fan Bingbing, one of the biggest stars in China today, and a celebrity in his own right with around 3 million followers on the Chinese social media platform Weibo. He recently participated in Idol Producer, an entertainment reality show popular among young girls.
In May, a great deal of information on the Xiaomi Mi7 was leaked on the Internet. Based on the previously shared photo of Xiaomi Mi7’s screen protector, we can confirm that the phone will have a full-screen display with an iPhone X-like notch and support 3D facial recognition.
On May 17th, OnePlus will hold a press conference in Beijing to officially launch the new flagship OnePlus 6 phone. Prior to the product launch, public information on the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in China is already showing a phone with the name “ONEPLUS A6000” and its detailed parameters.
On the first day of the Labour Day weekend in China, Luo Yonghao, the founder and CEO of Smartisan Technology Co., Ltd, disclosed more product information as the product launch is coming up soon on May 15.
On the morning of April 18, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun, together with Xiaomi co-founder Liu De, senior vice president Wang Xiang, general manager of Xiaomi India Manu Jain and local Indian colleagues, inaugurated Xiaomi India’s new headquarters in a southern city of India.
At 9:30 a.m. on April 12th, Chinese co-working space startup Naked Hub held an internal management meeting to announce that it would sell the company to the U.S. co-working company WeWork for 2.5 billion yuan ($400 million).
On April 12, @Meizu Accessory Weibo account released the poster of their upcoming products, on which says “Wake Me, When You Need Me. Meizu Halo, 422” without specifying what product it will be.
On April 13th afternoon, the Xiaomi-backed Black Shark Technology company officially released its first flagship high-end gaming phone named BlackShark in China.
Yesterday, the official MIUI Weibo account announced that there will be news released this morning, and the following morning, the official Weibo account of Xiaomi mobile announced that there will be a Xiaomi Mi mobile phone product launch at Wuhan University on April 25.
A number of products by Lenovo-owned Motorola have been under the limelight recently, including the new G6 phone series. This series has been in the news for a long time, but was never officially released until recently when the company sent invitations to Brazilian media for a press conference on April 19th.
According to “Technology Roadmap of Energy-saving and New Energy Vehicles”, a publication by the Society of Automative Engineers of China, the market share of driver-assist/partially-autonomous vehicles will reach 50% by 2020.
Meituan, one of the world’s largest e-commerce platforms of services, announced today that the Company has entered into an agreement to acquire Mobike, one of the world’s largest smart bike-sharing companies.
At 10 a.m. on April 3rd, a Tencent autonomous vehicle appeared for the first time on the Fourth Ring Road in Beijing. The autonomous vehicle is a white converted Changan SUV topped with a laser radar (LIDAR) that is possibly the Velodyne 64, and with a modified sensor or LIDAR at the rear.