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TopBuzz, which used machine-learning technology similar to TikTok’s to help recommend content to users, was launched in 2015. The move to shut down TopBuzz shows how ByteDance has struggled to crack the overseas news app market.
In a world governed by quarantine and social distancing rules, even lead managers on multi-billion dollar deals have had to curtail travel and drop the personal touch in favour of video conferences and phone calls to woo potential investors.
Baidu’s self-driving car business has gone seven years without making money; it says it’s ready to stick with it for seven more
Since it started developing self-driving technologies in 2013, Baidu has yet to make money from autonomous driving. The company is committed to continuing to invest in the sector for at least the next seven years, the head of its autonomous driving unit Apollo says.
European countries cautiously emerging from the onslaught of the coronavirus pandemic are looking to a second generation of contact tracing apps to help contain further outbreaks.
At the Dadawan restaurant in the southern Dutch city of Maastricht, an unusual group of new staffers has been brought in to help after the Netherlands eased its coronavirus lockdown this week: robots.
Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani's Jio telecom carrier is emerging as a winner from changes in the way Indian consumers plug into a digital economy made more urgent by the coronavirus pandemic.
A top eSports player with a vast following in his native China announced his retirement on June 3 with a litany of health problems related to professional gaming.
Baidu’s smart home ambitions gets boost via tie-up with Midea, one of China’s largest appliance makers
Baidu’s Xiaodu voice assistant and smart speakers will power voice recognition across Midea’s range of smart home appliances.
Margrethe Vestager, the European Union’s antitrust chief, is weighing the need for tougher powers to protect the bloc’s economy from the twin threats of Silicon Valley and China.
Alphabet Inc's Google has taken down an Indian mobile application from its app store that allowed users to remove other Chinese apps from their phones as it violated certain company policies, a spokesman said on June 3.