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China's Tencent Holdings and Guangzhou Automobile Group Company Ltd have agreed to collaborate on Internet-connected cars – a strategic pact that sent shares in Guangzhou Auto surging.
The Guangzhou Development District, which was established in the 1980s as one of China’s first special economic zones, issued a notice that banned the hosting of events promoting cryptocurrencies.
In a cluster of refurbished Mao-era industrial buildings in Guangzhou, developers at China's top messaging app, WeChat, are redesigning key parts of its product to spread its tentacles to just about every aspect of Chinese life.
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing said on June 26 it would expand its partnership with Guangzhou Automobile Group Co Ltd (GAC Group) to areas such as ride-hailing operations and autonomous driving.
Chinese police have detained a driver on suspicion of sexually assaulting a drunk passenger after she used a ride-hailing app to hire his car, police in the southern city of Guangzhou said.
b>GUANGZHOU/b(China): Lawyers for Apple Inc are arguing for its right to use the iPad trademark in China, as a higher court began a crucial hearing that could result in sales of the wildly popular Tablet computer being halted throughout the Chinese mainland.
First facility opened in Hong Kong in 2001 – now there are 369. On the mainland, the industry has grown by more than 122% each year.
A clutch of Chinese startups are accelerating efforts to get autonomous vehicles onto roads in the world’s biggest auto market, a country their American peers from Alphabet Inc’s Waymo to General Motors Co’s Cruise may find tough to crack.
US prosecutors have charged three Chinese nationals affiliated with a cybersecurity company in China with hacking into Siemens AG, Trimble Inc and Moody's Analytics to steal business secrets.
China gives school pupils smart watches to track their location using its satellite navigation system BeiDou
The watches send parents their children’s real-time movements, to within 10 metres. It is the latest application of the country’s self-developed navigation system that aims to rival the American-developed GPS.