On August 15th, DJI, the renowned drone manufacturer, recently announced that it has discovered some imitated DJI applications on Google Play. DJI officially stated that these apps were created by unauthorized individuals for fraudulent purposes.
On May 17th, in response to recent online rumors such as "DJI refuses to pay fines" and "DJI exits the US market", DJI staff made a clear denial and pointed out that DJI has not conveyed any related information in any official company statement or external communication.
At 9:00 pm on Monday, DJI, a commercial unmanned drone developer headquartered in Shenzhen, will hold a product launch conference with the theme of "To Guardians."
Pandaily has been following China’s most influential Chinese tech companies throughout 2019. Now we have compiled a list of our favorite gadgets from 2019.
XAG, a Chinese drone manufacturer based in Guangzhou, teamed up with German company Bayer Crop Science to deploy a drone attack to kill the fall armyworms infesting crops in China’s Guangxi province.
DJI, the global leader in drone technology, announced the release of its DJI Government Edition which is complete with the most secure and stringent security measures to protect drone data.
China's drone manufacturer DJI will provide the Finnish Defense Forces with unmanned aerial vehicles, according to local media.
Chinese tech company DJI, known for their aerial photography and videography, has put drones aside to introduce its first-ever robot built explicitly for education—the RoboMaster S1.
Following the release of a Reuters article on Sequoia Capital China's 20 percent cut of investment staff, Sequoia China has dismissed the report firmly, claiming that the published article is “nonsense” and a malicious attempt for defamation.
Ninety-four Chinese entities have reached unicorn status, led by ByteDance, the world's most valuable private company valued at $75 billion.
DJI, the world’s leading maker of consumer drones, discovered extensive corruption within the company.
Ying-Ying Lu and Rui Ma talk about the dirty, risky, and more unseemly aspects of China tech, primarily focused on two stories that grabbed headlines recently: the “hack” at Pinduoduo, and the corruption scandal at DJI.
2018 has been a turbulent year for tech companies across China. The trade war tension between the US and China has been unsettling for their businesses and long time American trade partners.
Tighten your purse strings, otherwise Osmo Pocket, the smallest handheld stabilized camera released by Chinese drone company DJI on Nov.29, will take $349 right out of your pocket.
Recently on Chinese social media, people from all walks of life posted pictures of themselves “accidentally falling down” next to their most valuable possessions as to show off their wealth. What people chose to flaunt are far beyond your imagination.
Chinese drone manufacturer DJI released the Mavic 2 Enterprise on Oct. 29 in Dallas.
Autel Robotics, a U.S. subsidiary of Chinese technology company Autel Intelligent Technology Corp, filed a patent infringement suit against the Shenzhen-based drone company DJI Technology Co. to the US International Trade Commission (ITC) on Aug. 30.
China’s drone behemoth DJI unveiled the Mavic 2 yesterday, a true successor to the company’s most popular and iconic Mavic Pro. This time round, two editions were unleashed: Mavic 2 Pro and Mavic 2 Zoom.
DJI announced on August 6th its first “characterized drone,” a partnership product with LINE FRIENDS, adding fun to the drone technology.
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.