Baidu in March became the first Chinese company permitted to offer robotaxi rides to paying customers by a local government.
Baidu is considering jumping into EV manufacturing as investment in the sector is picking up tempo, with tech majors buying in.
Baidu could eventually charge people to ride in its robotaxis—a milestone for the costly, years-long quest of self-driving cars.
Baidu on Thursday unveiled a new robotaxi model, called Apollo Moon, with a manufacturing cost significantly lower than competitors.
Chinese search engine Baidu Search and social media platform Weibo were blocked by internet service providers and removed from app stores in India.
Revenue for Chinese search giant Baidu contracted 1% in the second quarter compared with the same year-ago period, with the company warning that the downward trend could continue in the second half of 2020. Why it matters: Baidu narrowed a revenue decline from the first quarter, showing some signs of recovery after the Covid-19 outbreak […]
Baidu announced Monday that it will partner with automaker Geely to make smart EVs, expanding its push into a booming industry.
An increasing number of Chinese firms have launched anti-graft initiates that mimic the Chinese state’s approach to dealing with corruption.
Search giant Baidu is near a deal to acquire US-listed Chinese video-streaming platform Joyy’s China operations in order to boost its livestream business.
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