Chinese observers predict that Ant itself could be broken up, and Ant-like rectification plans could be imposed on big tech fintech platforms.
Chinese regulators extended the clampdown on top-earning livestreamers such as “livestreaming queen” Viya and “lipstick king” Li Jiaqi.
At SWITCH, TechNode and TechNode Global spotlighted the faces that make up the Chinese tech innovation ecosystem.
Nina Xiang argues that China has bitten off more than it can chew in trade confrontation with the US.
As mobile user growth plateaus, online giants are mapping out new roads to growth
To boost revenue, company executives have been looking to deploy Baidu’s AI beyond consumer-facing sectors.
Business tools aren’t always sexy, but they’re one of the biggest stories shaping up in Chinese tech.
The Facebook data privacy scandal flooding the news for the past couple of weeks is part of a broader movement against big corporations and their monopoly-like control over data—the most valuable resources in the modern-day economy. The message is clear: now is the time for data openness and transparency; centralized data control is a thing of […]
This September Google-watchers were buoyed by reports that the play Store may be entering China this fall. However according to sources cited by Reuters, the launch of a China-side Play Store has a much looser timeline: 2016. Google has regulatory hurdles to overcome before they are allowed to pre-install the official version of their app store […]