Google’s Shenzhen office another step in its bid to extend services in ChinaGoogle’s Shenzhen office another step in its bid to extend services in ChinaEight years after pulling many of its services out of China, Google has now set up a new office in the city of Shenzhen which borders Hong Kong and is home to Chinese tech giants like Tencent, Huawei and ZTE, according to TechCrunch.

Apple eyes perfect 10 with reboundApple eyes perfect 10 with reboundStrong revenue growth in the third quarter has ended Apple Inc's declining streak of six consecutive quarters in China, the world's large…

Tesla in talks to set up manufacturing facility in ShanghaiTesla in talks to set up manufacturing facility in ShanghaiUS electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors is in talks with the Shanghai municipal government about the feasibility of building a manufact…

Tesla reaffirms effort to build cars in ChinaTesla reaffirms effort to build cars in ChinaElectric car maker Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) reaffirmed on Sunday it is talking with the Shanghai municipal government to set up a factory in th…

China's shared charger sector to witness survival of the fittestChina's shared charger sector to witness survival of the fittestBefore any good yields being reported, the sector of shared phone charger is going through a big shakeout, with the strongest companies s…

Mobike mulls launch of electric bike-sharing business: reportMobike mulls launch of electric bike-sharing business: reportChina's bike-sharing company Mobike is mulling the launch of electric bikes, as competition with its archrival Ofo intensifies.

China's online education providers succeed in fund-raising despite lossesChina's online education providers succeed in fund-raising despite lossesOnline learning, expected by many to become the next most sought-after service after bike-sharing, is drawing in considerable funding in …



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