China’s central bank acknowledged cryptocurrencies as an investment. Accidents and inspections suspended crypto mining operations in Xinjiang.
Forget about Tesla—when you think EVs, think small.
Hydrogen fuel, which can be used in applications from industrial processes to transportation, could allow China to move away from fossil fuels.
Just two weeks after a crackdown on imported gaming consoles in Shenzhen, the grey market has mostly recovered to its semi-legal status quo.
Alibaba was hit with a $2.8 billion fine for anti-competitive practices including “forced exclusivity.” What is it, and why did the platform use it?
The hot field of community group buying is already moving out of its gold rush phase. Chinese analysts are asking whether it’s turning sustainable.
Will Chinese companies be able to license Arm’s new v9 architecture for CPUs—and can they stay competitive without it?
The NFT exhibition at UCCA Lab in Beijing was complete with Beeple artworks, claw machines, a VR that wasn’t working, and an artist who believes he is an alien.
The latest wave of antitrust penalties for China tech giants shows that the crackdown has not ended, and will only grow in scope and severity.
As China’s semiconductor industry races to catch up with international standards, a talent gap is one of its highest hurdles.
China’s car market was bouncing back from the pandemic until a shortage of auto chips crippled production. What’s going on?
Ant Financial, JD Logistics most ambitious carbon cutters amid wave of new environmental plans from China’s tech giants.