More than 320 infections had broken out in Shanghai since March, threatening to blemish the city’s much-lauded deftness to keep the disease at bay.
Didi, China’s largest ride-hailing company, is likely to list in Hong Kong in the second quarter as its bankers have started discussion with the bourse operator Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, according to two sources familiar with the situation.
Xpeng Motors delivered 15,613 vehicles last month, a jump of 270 per cent from a year ago. Shanghai-headquartered NIO reported 10,878 deliveries, more than doubling last year’s number, and Beijing-based Li Auto delivered 13,485 EVs, a surge of 190 per cent year on year.
Sustainable investing, health tech and cryptocurrencies can offer protection against inflation, banking and finance experts tell the Post’s China Conference.
China’s online retail industry, the world’s largest, is one of the key sectors identified by regulators to be subjected to a timetable to come up with more sustainable packaging solutions.
Smart helmet maker Shenzhen Qianhai Livall loT Technology is in talks with China’s leading food delivery firms about intelligent helmets that will improve the safety of their riders.
Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume globally, is marketing its first security token backed by Tesla stocks trading on the Nasdaq exchange to investors – including those in Hong Kong.
Apple is working on its global manufacturing supply chain by significantly increasing the number of suppliers that are transitioning to renewable energy.
Tech watchers have been hoping to hear about chips and EVs, but Lei Jun spent Xiaomi’s Mega Launch talking about Mi Pro, Mi Ultra and Mi Lite.
The world’s largest smartphone maker is seeing a ‘serious imbalance’ in global semiconductors, suggesting that shortages may spread beyond cars.
The founders said the Covid-19 pandemic pushed them to create their idea for a betting app.
US restrictions have vastly reduced Huawei’s ability to supply new smartphones, forcing retailers to shut franchise stores or switch to selling other domestic brands.
As Clubhouse fades in China after being blocked, several Chinese social audio apps are in the spotlight as potential replacements, but questions remain whether they can go mainstream.
Short video app has offered a place to shine online for millions of underdogs but investors have to gauge if it can turn this appeal into sustainable profits.
A newly published speech that Ren Zhenfei gave in June reveals the Huawei CEO’s thinking on strategies for surviving US sanctions.
With a special SIM card and app, some China Telecom smartphone users in Anhui province can make phone calls protected by quantum encryption, which could tip people off to potential eavesdroppers.
From laptops and keyboards to video games and wireless chargers, the SCMP Tech team wraps up our top gift ideas for 2020 at any budget.
‘Do these headphones cure deafness or what?’ says one comment on microblogging site Weibo, where AirPods Max are currently trending.
Open-source artificial intelligence tools, such as Baidu’s PaddleGAN, enabled independent developer Hu Wengu recreate the faces of China’s ancient rulers.
The Kaola shopping platform is China’s first to host deaf live-streamers, but real-time machine translation of sign language remains a challenge.