An interactive female robot named Jia Jia is unveiled by Chinese researchers who hope their creation will one day become an intelligent "robot goddess" equipped with deep learning technology and the ability to recognize human faces.
It looks like Slack is about to go to battle. WeChat has finally launched its take on an office chat app, called WeChat Enterprise. The app is being dubbed by fans as WeSlack, and offers a number of interesting features.
Medium, a blogging platform founded by a former Twitter CEO, has been blocked in China. Reports allege that the country's latest Web crackdown comes in the wake of the Panama Papers leak that implicated several Chinese officials.
Twitter has appointed a greater China managing director to pursue more advertising revenue in the country. Despite being banned in China, the role is being described as a key executive position for the social media company.
This week during the Intel Developer Forum in China, Intel is pushing OEMs to use the upcoming "Apollo Lake" family of CPUs in Cloudbooks. The company is providing a reference design that includes the suggested chip and a touch-based…
In an illuminating display of the limitations of technology, a fleet of error-prone robots has caused the downfall of two restaurants in China. The robots proved unable to fulfill the function of waitstaff.
China's Alibaba is using its AI to predict the winner of a popular TV talent show. Aside from analyzing data, the program will also assess a singer’s “voice pitch and energy" to guess the contest's outcome.
Volvo will launch an autonomous car experiment in China, putting self-driving cars in the hands of ordinary Chinese drivers. This coincides with public tests of the technology in Volvo's home country of Sweden.
A Chinese man thought he got away with the deal of the century when he purchased an iPhone 6S for an incredibly cheap price. Unfortunately, once he opened the box, he didn't find what he was expecting.
Announced for China, the Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro is a slightly updated version of the original Galaxy A9, which was announced last December. As such, the Galaxy A9 Pro carries a slightly higher price tag than the original.
China's iron grip on the Internet is tightening, as its government considers further restrictions to keep "outsiders" on the outside. A draft law would require all websites in China to register their domains.