Huawei R&D spending surges to 9 times 2010 level
Huawei's R&D spending reached RMB 141.8 billion ($21.89 billion) in fiscal 2020, about 9 times that of fiscal 2010. ...
Digital RMB used for driverless bus rides for first time
China's first test of using Digital RMB to ride driverless buses was completed in Suzhou, marking the first time China's legal digital currency has been used to ride a driverless b ...
China passes personal information protection law, effective Nov 1
China announced on August 20 the adoption of a personal information protection law, effective November 1, 2021, to strengthen the protection of personal privacy in the digital age. ...
Tencent reveals for first time share of game revenue from elementary school students
Minors under the age of 16 accounted for 2.6 percent of its online game revenue in China, including just 0.3 percent from elementary school students under the age of 12, the compan ...
Zhurong Mars rover completes scheduled mission, acquiring about 10GB of raw data
China National Space Administration said Tuesday that as of August 15, the Zhurong Mars rover has completed its scheduled roving mission, acquiring about 10GB of raw data, accordin ...
Huawei launches campus recruitment for 2022 fresh graduates
Huawei launched campus recruitment on Thursday, offering positions in R&D, sales, finance, services, supply chain, business support, human resources, legal and auditing. ...
Honor launches Magic 3 series smartphones with prices starting at $710
Honor announced the Magic 3 series of smartphones on Thursday, offering three models with prices starting at RMB 4,599 ($710). ...
Baidu launches its largest campus recruitment, will offer 8,000 positions
Baidu launched its campus recruitment for the class of 2022 college graduates on August 12, opening up 8,000 positions in technology, product and design fields. ...
China's cell phone shipments up 28.6% year-over-year to 28.68 million units in July
The number of 5G cell phone shipments in July was 22.834 million units, up 64.1 percent year-over-year. ...
China's smartphone market sees lowest Q2 sales since 2012, Counterpoint says
Smartphone sales for the quarter fell 6 percent year-over-year, indicating a weaker market than last year, Counterpoint said. ...
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