This year’s Consumer Electronics Show held in person in Las Vegas, Nevada has represented an important comeback for perhaps the most influential convention in the global tech industry.
Pandaily sat down with David Li, CEO of Hesai, at CES to talk about the company and some of its highlights at the show this year.
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Online dating platforms has gained enormous popularity among younger generations in China in the past two years.
Waves of livestreamers and vloggers have picked up their cameras and made their way to everyone's new favorite filming spot – MXBC stores located all over the streets of Chinese cities – to take part in a frenzy created by the bubble tea brand's new theme song.
Chinese online insurance company Waterdrop Inc. delivered its financial report for the first quarter of 2021, marking its first earnings release as a public company.
Tencent this month officially initiated a project to erect a brand new global headquarters in Shenzhen's Dachan Bay.
Amid a slew of public relations controversies, representatives from Chicecream apologized via Weibo on Thursday for two 2019 false advertising incidents, while denying other accusations.
In an email sent to OnePlus staff on Wednesday, CEO Pete Lau announced the company's plan to merge its team fully with Oppo, while continuing operations as an individual brand.
In an open letter, Sun Shu, CEO of Didi's ride-hailing branch and head of the Drivers Committee, addressed commission rate policies and disclosed information about wage compensations.
According to enterprise information platform Tianyancha, Dongxia Datong (Beijing) Management Consulting Co. Ltd., the operator of the now defunct bike-sharing platform Ofo, was found to possess no executable funds following a court order on June 10.
The newly released mobile game Mole's World has topped the free download chart on the App Store in China for a week since its release on June 1, beating Honor of Kings and Peacekeeper Elite.
At the 9th annual China Internet Audio & Video Convention (CIAVC), which took place in Chengdu on June 3, mainstream video platform officials voiced criticism of short videos and so-called“we-media”" platforms.
Kuaishou anchor Ping Rong (Lvsao) was reported to have been trading yet more fake brands after last month's controversy for selling copycat Doov smartphones.
Tencent has been sued by a Chinese public interest group on June 1 following accusations of providing "inappropriate content for minors" in its popular mobile game Honor of Kings.