Western tech companies protect their castles; Chinese firms play guerrilla warfare.
Zuck’s small group plan won’t solve misinformation. It will just sweep it under the rug.
According to The Intercept, leaked internal documents from the Silicon Valley search giant revealed that the project – code-named Dragonfly – has been underway since spring of last year, and accelerated following a December 2017 meeting between Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai and a top Chinese government official.
Douyin is moving fast into Tencent territory, such as gaming. If WeChat doesn’t react fast, it might just become another Renren.
An open letter to TikTok PR: the company’s CFIUS woes won’t end well if it can’t tell a good story to the US public and lawmakers.
As Southeast Asian economies take off, the region is choosing between Silicon Valley and Chinese models of the online world.
Meituan has grown by beating older companies at their own game—but how long can they last without innovating?
The logic behind surveillance capitalism’s encroachment into our daily lives may differ in each country, but the outcome will be the same.
Bytedance’s apps and other smaller players are eating away at the dominance of WeChat.
After five years of waiting, every futurists’ dream is about to come true as PBOC’s digital currency is “nearly” here.