Infographic: Corporations, startups, and open innovation in China

Major companies are doubling down their bets on innovative Chinese startups

A concierge collating documents at the Shanghai Stock Exchange located at the Lujiazui Financial District in Pudong, China on April 4, 2019. (Image Credit: TechNode/Eugene Tang)

New STAR Market could lure domestic tech firms from Hong Kong IPO: report

The US holds a strong lead in high-tech listings, said Baker McKenzie.

Luckin Coffee testing self-service coffee machines

Users can locate the nearest coffee machine and place an order through the Luckin app.

Shanghai's skyline is seen from The Bund on April 13, 2019. (Image Credit: TechNode/Eugene Tang)

Shanghai wants to be the world’s ‘e-sports capital’

The city will encourage businesses to invest in three to four e-sports stadiums capable of hosting tournaments of the highest level.

China drafts guidelines for AV security, but challenges remain

Beijing took a significant step forward in April 2018, issuing its first national guidelines that allow cities in China to test self-driving cars on their roads.

Briefing: Tesla’s top Autopilot engineer departs, raising doubts about robo-taxis

Tesla has missed some of its goals over the last two years, including a much-delayed release of its first electric SUV Model X.

Briefing: Huawei applies to trademark Hongmeng OS in multiple countries

The company still faces challenges such as how to provide alternatives to Google services and build an app ecosystem.

Briefing: TikTok hires former Facebook executive for its global business unit

Chandlee worked on Facebook’s partnerships in Europe, Latin America, and the US for a decade.