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?
Everyone wants to go back to the “China dream” as soon as possible, but the new normal still includes temperature checks.
A potentially closed ‘ecosystem’-type market is still anyone’s game.
As India pursues tech self-reliance, Chinese companies are increasingly unwelcome—but can India’s tech industry flourish without its neighbor?
TechNode community experts note 2020 trends, foresee news about antitrust, electric vehicles, fintech, trade wars, and community buying in 2021.
China gathered its tech elite—along with the part of the world that’s answering its calls—for the country’s annual internet conference last weekend.
Bytedance is moving into gaming, but it’s not trying to overthrow Tencent yet. It’s a low stakes bet that will get big only if it succeeds early.
At the annual Two Sessions, China’s legislature, plans for spending on 5G, EV charging, and “bio-security” were high on the agenda.
More clarity for Huawei as the US and European move further away from each other. But can an in-house app suite take on Google’s mighty Play Store?
While Bytedance breaks through in the West, many Chinese peers focus on the developing world.