Wang Jing resigns to start his own driverless car startup.
Mobike and ofo users have to watch out.
The AI leading expert who founded Google Brain is now officially on the market.
Ofo became the fourth Chinese internet platform to see 10 million daily transactions, after Taobao, Didi Chuxing, and Meituan.
Momo has changed from China’s sexual revolution platform into another livestreaming app.
It uses machine learning to recommend the most suitable cosmetics products to users.
A new delivery model that sends groceries to customers in the beginning of the day.
A phone number and a bank account are all that is required for SMEs to open an Instamojo account.
Smart, funny, and super weird, Taobao has all the phone gadgets you can imagine.
The app has attracted 6.25 million users in four months.
Four out of these startups have emerged as “unicorns”, valued at over USD 1 billion.
From leading smartphone maker Huawei to photo-editing app Meitu, they are all producing smartphones for selfies.
Wang Jing is resigning from Baidu in April to start his own driverless car startup.
China’s AI race is getting heated. Who do you think can win? Baidu, Alibaba, or the latecomer, Tencent?
How does vertical farming tap into population growth and a shortage of farmland?
Baidu’s AI trio has waved goodbye to the tech giant. Here’s what they’re doing next.
Cloud computing services provider UCloud has released new options for customers.
AI-fintech platform Yongqianbao attracts more than 10 million users and a USD 68 M Series C financing, & more
Fintech startup Yongqianbao uses AI to make its financing services more efficient.
Robosea manufactures underwater robots to help users see the underwater world.
Read nearly 1,000 Chinese comics on your mobile phone wherever you are.
Some said it sounds like a copycat porn company.