Features & Views
With a flood of new money supercharging the industry, third-tier EV makers are emerging as powerful forces.
The upward trend in salary is a good thing for China’s chip industry to attract more talent, but it needs to be managed.
The rare public spat shed light on the hidden machinations between livestreamer KOLs and brands, who were once inanimate partners looking to capitalize on the live sales trend but have seen such relationships grow increasingly complex.
In this earnings episode, the guys welcome back Michael Norris to discuss September quarter earnings for Baidu, Tencent, and Alibaba. They also answer some listener questions towards the end about which company will benefit the most from opening walled gardens as China ramps up antitrust regulations.
How is China reacting to the popular metaverse concept? TechNode talked to investors and tech companies in the country to find out.
Many of our speakers at BEYOND Virtual Opening touched on digitalization and how it can transform economies.
Xiaomi is pouring billions of RMB into the auto sector and placing some big bets on multiple startups to build a complete auto supply chain.
European brands jumped on China’s live e-commerce bandwagon early on back in 2016. Now, fueled by the pandemic, European companies are embracing livestreaming as they target online European shoppers.
In this episode, the guys are joined SCMP’s Josh Ye to discuss China’s gaming industry. They go over recent regulations, misconceptions, among others.
QCraft launched a robobus project in the eastern city of Wuxi on Oct. 23. TechNode got a look at the driverless future with a ride on one of its buses.
Virtual idols are on the upswing this year thanks to technological developments, the coming-of-age of teenagers as independent consumers.
Venture capitalists are bullish that upstarts can catch up with longstanding leader Didi in China’s ride-hailing industry.
TechNode talked to Da Fang, co-founder and chief scientist of QCraft on the developments of Chinese autonomous vehicles.
One of the biggest trends in China’s tech industry in recent years is that “Chinese entrepreneurs and startups are being born global,” said David Aikman.
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