China’s dominant smartphone makers have suffered setbacks from Covid-19 and the US-China trade war. Is 5G the light at the end of the tunnel?
Lockdowns seemed great for edtech. It turns out, the story is more complicated than that, especially for early-stage startups.
Qihoo speculates that the hackers, dubbed DarkHotel, may have been attempting to get information relating to the Covid-19 outbreak in China.
WeChat is joining with industry peers to launch the COVID-19 Global Hackathon to build software solutions, submission ends on March 30, 2020.
The AI system for Covid-19 diagnosis can accurately analyze the CT images within 20 seconds, with an accuracy rate of 96%.
China’s grocery e-commerce is evolving during the virus crisis from a convenient service to a lifeline, and has spawned new selling models.
Trade tensions and the Covid-19 pandemic have hit China tech this year. But cross-border e-commerce platforms have kept shopping global.
Workforce shortages for Foxconn, China’s biggest private-sector employer, as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak will crimp revenue in the first quarter.
TikTok pledge $250M in cash and $125M worth of initiatives to COVID-19 relief.
Baidu has unveiled a Covid-19 self-diagnosis platform aimed to help users assess risk levels and “reduce psychological panic” around the epidemic.