The MIIT crackdown is part of a larger effort to clean up mobile app data collection practices.
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?
When is data really anonymous? A Hangzhou court’s answer to this question could be the difference between effective privacy protection and a “fig leaf.”
Tim Culpan joins to discuss Xiaomi’s weak performance, the oversupply of ad inventory on the Chinese web, and general takeaways from Q2 earnings season.
Xiaomi accounts for a quarter of the wearable devices market, but Huawei has seen the most growth in shipments.
China’s Cyberspace Administration has cracked down on mobile browsers for spreading clickbait and misinformation.
The new Xiaomi Wuhan headquarters will be an R&D center.
Kingsoft has 280 million paying users of its WPS Office, a free alternative to Microsoft’s Office suite in China.
Chinese tech entrepreneurs are heeding the government call during the Two Sessions, suggesting more government inputs into online public services, especially distance education and e-healthcare.
Plus, Xiaomi’s continued success in India, Pinduoduo raising more cash, and Chinese tech giants’ big spring festival hongbao giveaways.