Waymo, a subsidiary of Google's parent company Alphabet, will launch the world's first commercial self-driving car service in early December, according to Bloomberg.
Chinese automaker Zotye Auto said it plans to start selling vehicles in the United States in 2020.
Another record-breaking "Singles Day" shopping promotion has taken place in China.
The All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce will beef up efforts to help private businesses address financing difficulties as part of a broader push to assist them in pursuing high-quality development, its top official said on Saturday.
U.S. automaker Ford has teamed up with Baidu, China's equivalent of Google, for a two-year autonomous vehicle test project in China.
China's manufacturing activity remains stable in October
The U.S. Treasury Department said on Wednesday that no major trading partner of the United States manipulated its currency.
Mobike, one of China's bike-sharing giants, has filed an eight million yuan claim for compensation against ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing over alleged patent infringements, according to Chinanews.com.
LAIX Inc., a Chinese English learning platform driven by artificial intelligence (AI) technology, rang the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) opening bell on Thursday in celebration of its initial public offering (IPO), trading under the ticker symbol of "LAIX."
Shares of Chinese e-commerce giant JD slumped 7.47 percent to $24.51 on the Nasdaq Stock Market on Tuesday, after Reuters reported more details about sexual assault allegations against the company's founder and CEO Liu Qiangdong.
U.S. leading tech company Microsoft Corporation Monday unveiled a series of new enhanced security tools that help its users remember fewer passwords but better secure their accounts of Microsoft's cloud service.
BMW spokesman, Alexander Schmuck, has announced that the company will stop selling its diesel-powered cars in American market next year. He was speaking at the press preview for the company's redesigned 2019 X5 crossover SUV in Atlanta.
Apple Inc is likely to suffer greatly from the ongoing China-US trade tension, as experts said moving production of its iPhones from China to the United States could lead to a price rise of as much as 20 percent.
According to data released by the National Bureau of Statistics on Monday, China's consumer price index (CPI), a main gauge of inflation, rose 2.3 percent year on year in August, compared with 2.1 percent for July.