China’s Cyberspace Administration has cracked down on mobile browsers for spreading clickbait and misinformation.
New product launches for Huawei, Xiaomi, and Oppo are upended by the cancellation of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) over fears of the Covid-19 outbreak.
China’s three major carriers have a combined mobile subscriber base of 1.6 billion. By leveraging that advantage, their new 5G messaging service could post a big threat to WeChat.
Huawei will launch in Europe next week its first smartphone model that runs the company’s own apps and service framework instead of Google’s.
The coronavirus outbreak has accelerated a downward trend in smartphone sales, though Huawei managed to notch modest annual growth in the quarter.
Total handset sales in China surged by 241% in March compared with February but more than one third of Chinese consumers have delayed new phone purchases.
Everyone wants to go back to the “China dream” as soon as possible, but the new normal still includes temperature checks.
Corporate VCs run by tech giants are some of the most active, and important, investors in China. But a rising unicorn needs the right partner to succeed.
Chinese tech giants have invested in India for years, pumping billions in to the county’s startups. Now, India’s popularity comes with a price tag.
Technology companies tend to list with a dual-class share structure, with founders and management granted greater voting rights.