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Lenovo Group, the PC giant and phone minnow, has launched a new series of low-priced smartphones to lead the sales revival in its home market, the world’s largest and most competitive for intelligent mobile devices.
Baidu, the operator of China’s biggest search engine, plans to leverage its know-how in artificial intelligence to gain a competitive edge in the race to develop cloud services, according to its president.
Chinese phone maker took years to shed its iPhone copycat label, yet it will be back with a vengeance now. If ripping off Apple doesn’t faze you, this handset has a lot going for it, such as an AI beautifying mode for selfies and improved navigation
Chinese companies are testing civilian drones that can carry more than a tonne of cargo as the country’s couriers and on-demand services increasingly look to adopt unmanned aerial vehicles for deliveries.
In the vast, freezing Ross Sea, China’s “Snow Dragon” icebreaker needed to find a safe anchorage before it could begin its mission to set up China’s fifth Antarctic research station. The solution was to deploy one of Zhang Yunfei’s freezer-tested boat drones to map the ocean floor.
Tencent released the findings of the survey ahead of Children’s Day, which falls on June 1 in China. The Shenzhen-based internet giant has been criticised by state media for not doing enough to prevent gaming addiction among the young.
The partnership will aim to transform Wanda’s huge bricks-and-mortar presence into ‘smart’ shopping centres, and drive online traffic through Tencent’s platforms including WeChat
China has made the development of artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies a core pillar of its efforts to reform its economy and secure leadership in what has been dubbed a fourth industrial revolution
Ele.me, one of China’s leading online food delivery platforms, has been given the green light by authorities to operate in the country’s initial delivery routes for drones.
Pony Ma Huateng, chairman and chief executive of Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings, has emphasised the importance of basic scientific research in microchips, operating systems, artificial intelligence, and especially quantum computing.