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.”
China’s Cyberspace Administration has cracked down on mobile browsers for spreading clickbait and misinformation.
Technology companies tend to list with a dual-class share structure, with founders and management granted greater voting rights.
Economist Tom Orlik discusses his new book, reasons to be optimistic about the Chinese economy, and why it has avoided a major crisis.
Tech stocks are down following an epidemic. Luckin Coffee’s stock has suffered the most, as mask manufacturers’ share prices rise.
Infection simulation game Plague Inc. beat out Minecraft as the top paid app on Apple’s US store the day Wuhan was cut off from the rest of the world.
You’ve probably heard the word fengkou thousands of times from Chinese entrepreneurs and investors. But it doesn’t mean what you think.
China’s regulators have been cracking down on companies like that violate personal privacy and over-collect consumers’ personal data.
The proposal to allow companies to own shares with greater voting rights is aimed at luring more Chinese tech companies to list in Hong Kong, rather than the US.