The country’s top leaders have made quantum technology a priority. Time to buckle your seats—the field is in for a gold rush.
Chinese consumer-facing brands are trying to cut reliance on Taobao and Amazon. Direct sales are an alternative to reliance on platforms.
The fully virtual event, attended by global fintech leaders, will be held from Nov. 2 to 6 in Hong Kong. Sign up now to be a part of it.
The Poputar smart guitar promises to teach you how to play guitar in five minutes. TechNode put it to the test.
China’s data localization laws are controversial, especially among multinationals. But they’d better get used to the idea.
Today, short video remains a platform staple, but it’s far from the only type of video available on popular apps Douyin and Kuaishou.
With the border closed, Israel tech startups are missing opportunities to work with Chinese partners, Rami Blachman argues.
Crypto mining crackdowns, surprise arrests of investors, and a gimlet eye for the BSN: Meet TechNode’s favorite China crypto blogger.
US-style SaaS companies, often based on charging a monthly fee for standard software, doesn’t work in the China, investors said.
As Didi moves toward a rumored IPO, the Chinese ridesharing market isn’t growing fast enough for the world’s second largest unicorn.
China’s telehealth industry got a big boost this year, but it’s too soon to say whether healthcare apps are here to stay.
Bytedance is blocking links to e-commerce stores on livestreams in flagship video app Douyin as it vies for a share of e-commerce.