China’s dominant smartphone makers have suffered setbacks from Covid-19 and the US-China trade war. Is 5G the light at the end of the tunnel?
China’s grocery e-commerce is evolving during the virus crisis from a convenient service to a lifeline, and has spawned new selling models.
The outbreak has offered makers of delivery robots an unprecedented opportunity to put their technology through its paces.
Under quarantine in Hubei’s smaller cities, it’s low tech life as Covid-19 brings the digital economy to a halt.
Alibaba is the first major e-commerce platform to describe online consumption during the virus. Everything but groceries and household supplies are down.
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China’s QR code quarantines rely on low-tech implementation. While some local governments are all in on using these systems, others are ignoring them.
As China imposes strict measures to stop the spread of Covid-19, electric vehicle sales will be severely affected, extending last year’s slump.
China’s vaccine passport may provide the world with a new option in the quest to resume normal international travel. But experts says that the use of such certificates may exceed the scope of containing the coronavirus.
User base growth and funding for China’s healthtech startups are booming after the pandemic, but the future lies with business-facing enterprises.