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?
Over the past six months, I’ve been mapping the global footprint of Chinese tech investment. Here’s what I’ve learned.
A potentially closed ‘ecosystem’-type market is still anyone’s game.
Tech companies are scrambling to replicate their consumer market successes in the industrial IoT sector, and quickly forge out new revenue streams.
Sluggish growth at home is pushing Chinese smartphone brands to look to Africa for growth.
Chinese tech giants have invested in India for years, pumping billions in to the county’s startups. Now, India’s popularity comes with a price tag.
Samsung has benefited the most, while the future for chipmakers is uncertain.
China’s domestic tech proxy war has spilt over into Southeast Asia and India. Here’s what it looks like.
Two years on from their emergence, smart speakers have evolved from niche gadgets into some of the most popular devices among Chinese consumers.
China tech has suffered from Trump’s tech war, but the country’s tech watchers aren’t celebrating the start of the Biden administration.