A two-hour interview at the Beijing headquarters of Superhexa with its founder and CEO offers much enlightenment, and might resonate among hardware geeks, tech entrepreneurs and realistic visionaries.
During the "Xiaomi Lei Jun: 2022 Annual Speech" held on the evening of August 11, in addition to sharing some personal insights and stories, Lei Jun, founder, CEO and Chairman of Xiaomi, also introduced many new products.
On August 10, Chinese new energy automobile enterprise XPeng released official interior photos of the G9, a medium to large SUV model.
On August 9, the China Passenger Car Association released its market analysis report for July. In the past month, the retail sales of passenger cars in the country reached 1.818 million units, up 20.4% year-on-year.
A new-generation four-legged robot developed by Tencent’s Robotics X Lab was released on August 8. Named Max, the new robot shows good maneuverability and can move accurately on complex terrain.
A pair of ByteDance subsidiaries have reportedly achieved a 100% shareholding ratio in Amcare, a high-end Chinese women's and children's hospital, as part of a move to explore the offline medical services sector.
Chinese battery giant CATL will supply Tesla with M3P batteries in Q4 of this year, which will be installed in Model Y models with 72-degree battery packs. This version of the Model Y will be launched early next year.
Chinese electric vehicle makers scrambled to unveil their delivery volumes for the month of July on August 1, including NIO, Li Auto, XPeng, Geely-backed Zeekr, and others.
Regarding the rumors of dissolution, Missfresh responded on the afternoon of July 28 that under the larger goal of achieving profit, the company adjusted its business and organization.
Mobile app research firm Sensor Tower reported on July 28 that a total of 23 Chinese mobile games made it into the top 100 bestsellers in the US during the first half of 2022, for a combined total of $1.41 billion, accounting for 20.6% of the top 100's total revenue.
On the evening of July 25, a screenshot related to Didi's ongoing bankruptcy audit was leaked by an accounting firm employee. On Chinese social media platform Weibo, a user suspected of being a Didi employee confirmed that the firm's car-sharing business is going into liquidation.
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The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) on July 21 issued a series of punishments for Chinese ride-hailing platform Didi, following a digital security review.
On July 19, a spokesperson for ByteDance confirmed that the company is exploring chip designs for its own use in specialized areas, as it could not find a supplier capable of meeting its requirements.
Shenzhen-based auto company BYD announced on July 14 that it has won an order for 15 electric buses from Spanish public transport firm Arriva.