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Avoid Shenzhen JTWX aliexpress seller!!!

I came to warn you about this filthy seller. I have had problems with them two times, and most users from here too. As I said, it happend two times. After the first time, I thought maybe it was a problem of the product being very recently released and maybe they enden existences and were waiting for the product to be on stock, so a couple of months ago I wanted to buy the Hisense A6, and the same problem happend. On both products, they send me a non valid tracking number. With the first produc...
Tags: Books, General Discussions, Shenzhen


The tech industry comes to grips with Hong Kong’s national security law

Scott Salandy-Defour used to make frequent stops at a battery manufacturer in southern China for his energy startup based in Hong Kong. The appeal of Hong Kong, he said, is its adjacency to the plentiful electronics suppliers in the Pearl River Delta, as well as the city’s amenities for foreign entrepreneurs, be it its well-established financial and legal system or a culture blending the East and West. “It’s got the best of both worlds,” Salandy-Defour told TechCrunch. “But it’s not going to be ...
Tags: Apple, TC, Facebook, Asia, Twitter, Hong Kong, Europe, Japan, Australia, Washington, Government, China, Germany, Southeast Asia, Singapore, India


Pudu Robotics Raised over $15M Series B Financing with Meituan as the Exclusive Investor

SHENZHEN, CHINA / ACCESSWIRE / July 3, 2020 / On July 1, 2020, Pudu Robotics, an indoor delivery robot provider, officially announced the completion of B round financing of more than $15M with Meituan ...
Tags: Business, News, Shenzhen, Meituan


China’s Pudu raises $15M for indoor delivery robots

The robotics category has been building to a kind of critical mass in recent years, but the past six months of the COVID-19 pandemic have pushed many otherwise wary investors over the top. Today, Shenzhen-based Pudu Robotics announced that it has completed a $15 million Series B, with Beijing food services group, Meituan as the sole investor. Pudu describes itself as a “smart delivery robotics” company, with a majority of its products falling within the food services category. There are mult...
Tags: South Korea, China, Tech, Beijing, Robotics, Shenzhen, Meituan, Pudu, Pudu Robotics, Zang Tao


Skygauge’s innovative tilting rotor drones are up for pre-order, with deliveries in 2021

I have had a few occasions to see Skygauge’s drones in-person, primarily on visits to Asia. The Canadian team is involved in HAX’s program and has spent time working out of their Shenzhen offices. In fact, they competed at our last hardware battlefield in the city late last year. To a person, everyone I’ve spoken with seems impressed by the company’s tiltable rotor technology, which allows the massive industrial drones to maneuver in ways more traditional quadcopters can’t. I have little dou...
Tags: Asia, Texas, Hardware, Tech, Drones, Faa, Shenzhen, Hax, COVID, Skygauge, Nikita Iliushkin


Chinese smartphone behemoth Vivo is building a 32-story tower wrapped in gardens for its new headquarters in China's booming tech district. Take a look inside.

Chinese smartphone giant Vivo has shelled out $182 million for land to build a 32-story high-rise headquarters. The tower will feature spiraling exterior gardens and will house 5,800 workers when it's expected to be completed in 2025. Vivo's new headquarters will sit in the Chinese district of Shenzhen, a booming tech sector that is also home to Huawei and ZTE. TikTok's parent company, Bytedance, also recently splurged on land in the district. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories...
Tags: China, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Tencent, San Jose, Huawei, ZTE, Shenzhen, Vivo, Oppo, South China Morning Post, Midtown Manhattan, NBBJ, Bytedance, Net City


China Roundup: Huawei targets cars, ByteDance enters Tencent’s backyard

Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what they mean to people in the rest of the world. This week, we have several heavy-hitting rumors swirling around, from Huawei’s chips for cars to Tencent’s potential buyout of its video rival iQiyi. China tech at home Huawei’s foray into autos Huawei might be bringing the technology behind its Kirin smartphone processor into cars. According to Chinese tech publication 36Kr, ...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Asia, Hong Kong, China, Tech, Geek, JD.com, Tencent, iQiyi, Baidu, North America, Robotics, Huawei, Nasdaq, Qualcomm


Brand Moves for Wednesday June 17

Sixteen weeks ago, when the gravity of the situation became clear, we started daily reporting on how brands were dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. What’s now becoming clear is that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption. So we made the decision to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal remains the same: to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand moves...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Asia, Hong Kong, Europe, UK, Minneapolis, Advertising, Harvard, United States, Premier League, Harvard University, Paris, Sheffield United, Tencent


China’s BYD nabs $113M to produce IGBTs, the ‘CPU of electric cars’

BYD Co., the Chinese auto giant backed by Warren Buffett, is rushing to make China self-sufficient in the production of electric vehicles. On Monday, the firm said in a filing it has secured 800 million yuan ($113 million) in a Series A+ round for its chipmaking arm, BYD Semiconductor. At stake is the race to make so-called insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBT), an integral silicon component in EVs’ power management system that’s at the core of BYD Semiconductor. The electronic switch is dub...
Tags: Asia, China, Germany, Cars, Tech, Automotive, Electric Vehicles, Xiaomi, Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett, Warren Buffet, Semiconductor, Shenzhen, Sequoia China, Citic, Infineon Technologies AG


Tencent is building a Monaco-sized 'city of the future' in Shenzhen

Technology giant Tencent has unveiled plans for an almost entirely car-free "city of the future" that prioritizes pedestrians, green spaces and self-driving vehicles.
Tags: Cnn, Tencent, Monaco, Shenzhen


3.5-inch SBC features Rockchip PX30

Techvision’s “3.5’SBC-PX30-TVI3329A” SBC runs Android 8.1 on a quad -A35 Rockchip PX30 with up to 4GB RAM and 64GB eMMC plus dual HD displays with a choice of HDMI, LVDS, DSI, and eDP. Shenzhen-based Techvision has announced the first 3.5-inch SBC we have seen that features Rockchip’s PX30 SoC. The 3.5’SBC-PX30-TVI3329 supports car infotainment, retail […]
Tags: Linux, Rockchip, Shenzhen, SBC, DSI, Techvision


Alibaba taps international influencers to sell more globally

For years, Chinese e-commerce exporters have been learning the ins and outs of ad placement on Facebook, Instagram and other mainstream social media platforms to reach customers around the world. But they recently spotted a new way to grab people’s attention, one that has never felt more familiar. Video influencers. Shopping via videos is currently all the rage in China. There are efforts from short video apps like Douyin — TikTok’s Chinese sister — that match merchants with content creators ...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Ecommerce, Asia, China, Russia, Tech, Italy, Alibaba, Alibaba Group, AliExpress, Shenzhen, Social Commerce, Facebook Instagram, Wang, Tan


Shenzhen Sipotek Updates Automated Optical Inspection System And Sorting Machine Product Line

Top machine vision inspection system manufacturer adds enhanced precision and efficiency to industry-leading products SHENZHEN, CHINA / ACCESSWIRE / June 10, 2020 / Shenzhen Sipotek, a professional machine ...
Tags: Technology, News, Shenzhen, Shenzhen Sipotek


China Roundup: Mega trade fair goes online, anti-China sentiment hobbles developers

Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what those events mean to people in the rest of the world. This week, we are seeing the backlash Chinese tech companies face around the world as anti-China sentiment escalates. In China, one of the world’s largest trade fairs kicked off, virtually. China tech abroad Boycotting Chinese tech   Chinese apps are facing major challenges in India after an app named Remove China Apps...
Tags: Google, TC, Asia, China, India, Tech, ERP, Shanghai, Tencent, Goldman Sachs, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Baba Ramdev, BBK Electronics, China Roundup, Jushuitan


As China's factories feel economic blues, band of workers tell their story through rock music

Wang Zongxing hoped that opening a restaurant would lead to an easier life after 14 years of working long hours in Shenzhen's factories, but serving the spicy noodles of his central China hometown was never his dream.
Tags: Money, China, businessNews, Shenzhen, Wang Zongxing


As China's factories feel economic blues, band of workers tell their story through rock music

Wang Zongxing hoped that opening a restaurant would lead to an easier life after 14 years of working long hours in Shenzhen's factories, but serving the spicy noodles of his central China hometown was never his dream.
Tags: Money, China, businessNews, Shenzhen, Wang Zongxing


Angling to be eyewear’s next big thing, Futuremood launches with mood-altering sunglasses

Austin Soldner and Michael Schaecher, the co-founders of the new sunglasses brand Futuremood, met at the newly formed San Francisco research and development lab created by the high-end audio tech developer Bose. The two were tasked with working on Bose’s sunglasses wearable and bonded over a shared interest in sneakers and fashion. Over many conversations the two men realized there was an opportunity to use technology to rewrite the sunglasses playbook and launch the first new brand to the marke...
Tags: Startups, TC, Wearables, Spotify, San Francisco, Tech, Nike, Adidas, Eyewear, Italy, Airbnb, Bose, Shenzhen, Oakley, Zeiss, Cartier


The Shenzhen effect: Why China's original 'model' city matters more than ever

With China building entire cities from scratch, lessons from Shenzhen continue to shape the country's urban ideals.
Tags: China, Cnn, Shenzhen


Huawei admits uncertainty following new US chip curbs

Following the U.S. government’s announcement that would further thwart Huawei’s chip-making capability, the Chinese telecoms equipment giant condemned the new ruling for being “arbitrary and pernicious.” “Huawei categorically opposes the amendments made by the U.S. Department of Commerce to its foreign direct product rule that target Huawei specifically,” said Huawei Monday at its annual analyst summit in Shenzhen. The new curbs, which dropped on Friday, would ban Huawei from using U.S. softw...
Tags: Google, Android, Asia, Europe, US, Tech, Smartphones, Telecommunications, Arizona, Huawei, TSMC, Semiconductor, Operating System, TomTom, Shenzhen, U S government


Fitbit’s Chinese rival Amazfit mulls a transparent, self-disinfecting mask

The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in a wave of Chinese companies with manufacturing operations to produce virus-fighting equipment: Shenzhen-based electric vehicle giant BYD quickly moved to launch what it claims to be the world’s largest mask plant; Hangzhou-based voice intelligence startup Rokid is making thermal imaging glasses targeted at the US market; and many more. The latest of such efforts comes from Huami, the NASDAQ-listed wearables startup that makes Xiaomi’s Mi Bands and sells...
Tags: TC, Gadgets, Asia, Smartwatch, California, China, US, Tech, Xiaomi, Fitbit, Gopro, Biotech, Huawei, Hangzhou, Wearable Devices, Shenzhen


Iranian airline linked to Revolutionary Guards 'defied coronavirus ban on China flights'

An Iranian airline with links to the Revolutionary Guards Corps may have contributed to the spread of coronavirus around the Middle East after it continued to fly to China despite a ban imposed by the Iranian government, an investigation has claimed. Mahan Air, a privately owned airline, flew between Iran and China 157 times between early February and March, an analysis of flight tracking data by BBC Arabic found. The Iranian government banned flights to and from China on January 31. Mahan said ...
Tags: News, China, Iraq, US, Spain, Barcelona, European Union, Iran, Syria, Bbc, Italy, Middle East, United Arab Emirates, World Health Organisation, Tehran, Lebanon


Study from Chinese city of Shenzhen, outside hong kong in southern China, provides key insights on how coronavirus spreads

The extensive use of epidemiological surveillance, isolation of infected patients, and quarantines of exposed individuals in the Chinese city of Shenzhen in the early months of the COVID-19 outbreak allowed scientists to estimate important characteristics of this now-pandemic infectious disease, according to a study co-led by researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Tags: Science, China, Shenzhen


The Lancet Infectious Diseases: Contact tracing and isolation key to controlling SARS-CoV2 in Shenzhen

Extensive contact tracing and isolation key to controlling spread of SARS-CoV-2 in Shenzhen, China
Tags: Science, Shenzhen


Inside the Oil Market: The 20 Minutes That Broke the U.S. Sector - Bloomberg

Inside the Oil Market: The 20 Minutes That Broke the U.S. Sector - Bloomberg:It was evident from the very beginning on April 20 that the oil market was headed for trouble.Frantic sell orders had been pouring in overnight and any traders who connected to the Nymex platform that morning could see a bloodbath was coming. By 7 a.m. in New York, the price on a key futures contract -- West Texas Intermediate for May delivery -- was already down 28% to $13.07 a barrel.Thousands of miles away, in the Ch...
Tags: Travel, New York, Shenzhen, Bank of China, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, U S Sector Bloomberg, A'Xiang Chen, Yuan You Bao


China didn’t warn public of likely pandemic for 6 key days

In the six days after top Chinese officials secretly determined they likely were facing a pandemic from a new coronavirus, the city of Wuhan at the epicenter of the disease hosted a mass banquet for tens of thousands of people; millions began traveling through for Lunar New Year celebrations. President Xi Jinping warned the public on the seventh day, Jan. 20. But by that time, more than 3,000 people had been infected during almost a week of public silence, according to internal documents obtaine...
Tags: Health, Hong Kong, News, Cdc, China, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, World news, Ap, Thailand, Beijing, Soccer, Xi Jinping, Yale, Commission


The Station: Starship expands, AutoX opens up shop and a big moment for e-bikes

Hi and welcome back to The Station, a weekly newsletter dedicated to the future (and present) of transportation. I’m your host, Kirsten Korosec, senior transportation reporter at TechCrunch. What you’re reading now is a shorter version of the newsletter, which is emailed every weekend. If you want to subscribe, go here and click The Station. The transportation industry has seen an influx of “disruptors” in the past 15 years, including car sharing and ride-hailing apps and later shared e-bikes an...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Asia, New York, California, Washington, China, Tech, Tesla, AV, Bicycles, Healthcare, Arizona, Shanghai, Portland, Sharing Economy


The Station: Starship expands, AutoX opens up shop, and a big moment for ebikes

Hi and welcome back to The Station, a weekly newsletter dedicated to the future (and present) of transportation. I’m your host Kirsten Korosec, senior transportation reporter at TechCrunch . What you’re reading now is a shorter version of the newsletter, which is emailed every weekend. If you want to subscribe, go here and click The Station. The transportation industry has seen an influx of “disruptors” in the past 15 years, including car sharing and ride-hailing apps and later shared ebike...
Tags: TC, Asia, New York, California, Washington, China, Tech, Tesla, AV, Bicycles, Healthcare, Arizona, Shanghai, Portland, Sharing Economy, Oakland


Outrunning COVID-19 twice

Editor’s note: Our writer Rita’s journey from China to the US and back again was planned months before the coronavirus pandemic descended on the world. That descent ended up turning a simple trip home into a kind of epic journey. The changes in her location — which we reference, but do not dwell on, to help anchor the story — gave her a unique perspective on the changing landscape — and outlook — of the world as COVID-19 infections spread. We’re publishing a diary of that period here in part to ...
Tags: TC, Asia, Hong Kong, Texas, China, US, America, Tech, Chicago, Beijing, Philadelphia, Airbnb, Taipei, Costco, Wuhan, Shenzhen


Hong Kong startup Neat raises $11 million Series A to give small companies more financial services

Neat, a Hong Kong-based fintech startup, announced today that it has raised a $11 million Series A to help small businesses do cross-border trade. The round was led by Pacific Century Group, with participation from Visa and MassMutual Ventures Southeast Asia, and returning investors Dymon Asia Ventures, Linear Capital and Sagamore Investments. Neat also announced a strategic partnership with Visa, which means that in the next few months Neat will start issuing Visa credit cards to SMEs and st...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Asia, Hong Kong, London, San Francisco, Tech, Neat, Fintech, Shenzhen, Visa, Rosa, MassMutual Ventures, SMEs, Ryan Collins


Hong Kong fintech startup Neat raises $11 million Series A to give small companies more banking services

Neat, a Hong Kong-based fintech startup, announced today that it has raised a $11 million Series A to help small businesses do cross-border banking. The round was led by Pacific Century Group, with participation from Visa and MassMutual Ventures Southeast Asia, and returning investors Dymon Asia Ventures, Linear Capital and Sagamore Investments. Neat also announced a strategic partnership with Visa, which means that in the next few months Neat will start issuing Visa credit cards to SMEs and ...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Asia, Hong Kong, London, San Francisco, Neat, Fintech, Shenzhen, Visa, Rosa, MassMutual Ventures, SMEs, Ryan Collins, Pacific Century Group