As the US moves to cut Huawei off from global chip manufacturing, experts say flagship Chinese fab SMIC is a poor substitute.
Alibaba has spent billions on investments and acquisitions in startups around the world over the past decade. Where is its money going?
Starting from May 20, 2020, we are going to launch a series of new In-Focus newsletters focusing on the big tech trends on our watch list.
Who is Luckin chairman Charles Lu, and why is he still running the show after the company admitted to major revenue fraud?
It’s a cat and mouse game for consoles in China between demand and regulators in China: Gamers want to play and companies want to sell, but China wants to limit access.
After a year, a US export ban has done little harm to Huawei. But round two could be much harder on the company as DC targets key links in its supply chain.
Chinese researchers have discovered a new kind of technology domestication problem: humans on the street are learning that they can bully the machines.
Pinduoduo has a revenue problem—the marketing services it relies on to make money simply don’t sell very well. It’s time for a change of strategy.
Tesla is asking for an awful lot of information from Xpeng, from a total look at its source code to the hard drives of its top executives.
After a week of personal scandals involving guys like Jiang Fan and Li Guoqing, we’ve been thinking about how common bad behavior is in tech.
As Europe looks ahead to re-opening, it faces questions about how much it can learn from China’s ‘health code’ digital quarantine system.