Digital yuan trials will soon include Tencent and Ant Group’s licensed banks. Chinese companies are pivoting to crypto. Geely sets its eyes on blockchain.
The last foldable phone model Huawei made was met with great enthusiasm from Chinese consumers and sold out within seconds despite its steep price tag.
Eight months after a US court rejected Magic Leap’s IP theft lawsuit against Nreal, the mixed reality startup prepares for a US launch.
The fintech giants’ licensed online-only banks will be the first of their kind to take part in China’s digital yuan trials.
Large font apps will help, but the biggest accessibility barrier for the elderly is complicated interfaces and offerings.
The cell phone maker known as ‘the Apple of China’ has backed EV companies Nio and Xpeng. Its entry is expected to shake up China’s car market.
China, the world’s largest semiconductor market, is highly reliant on foreign technology and aims to make 70% of the chips it uses by 2025.
Re-commerce, or secondhand shopping, is growing fast in China. But users are finding scams and counterfeits mixed in with the bargains.
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Delivery drivers were promised extra cash if they didn’t return to their hometowns during China’s most important holiday. Things are shaping up differently.