In a letter sent on Sunday 1 May to the local authorities in Shanghai, Tesla expressed its appreciation for their help in reopening Tesla Giga Shanghai.
Houkun Hu, the rotating chairman of Huawei, revealed on Tuesday 26 April that Huawei will definitely release new smart car models this year.
The intra-city logistics platform GOGOX (known as Kuaigou Dache in China’s Mainland) submitted an application on 24 April for a public listing on HKEX.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) added 17 Chinese companies including Li Auto, Zhihu, and Best Inc. to its delisting watchlist.
Vivo announced on Wednesday, 20 April that the Vivo X80 series, which is due to become official on 25 April, will feature the Vivo V1+ imaging chip inside.
AITO, a new energy automobile brand jointly created by Huawei and Chongqing Sokon’s Seres, will increase the price of the AITO M5 four-wheel-drive version.
Tech Planet reported on Tuesday, 19 April that Zhihu, a leading online Q&A platform to be listed in Hong Kong, will lay off up to 70% of its employees.
Tesla’s most productive manufacturing plant in Shanghai reopened on 19 April with 8,000 employees returning to work after a three-week closure.
China’s Ant Group has entered a strategic partnership with the global payment platform 2C2P to accelerate digital payment adoption and innovation.
According to Gong Xin, CEO of Cao Cao Mobility, the number of its users has surpassed 120 million, jumping from 60 million in July of last year.
On April 11, Vivo officially unveiled its first foldable smartphone, the “X Fold”. At present, the mainstream smartphone manufacturers in China have all entered the foldable smartphone market, releasing their own cult products.
Meta announced that it will invest $800 million (5.1 billion yuan) to build a hyperscale data centre in Temple, Texas. The data centre will be around 900,000 square feet in size and will support approximately 100 local jobs once completed.