Bytedance is blocking links to e-commerce stores on livestreams in flagship video app Douyin as it vies for a share of e-commerce.
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?
Washington is threatening delisting for Chinese companies if they don’t comply with tighter audit rules. But there’s still room for a deal.
India banned another 118 Chinese-made apps, including Tencent’s popular video game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, as border tensions escalated.
Six-year-old Xpeng Motors now has a market capitalization of nearly $15 billion, nearing the size of a number of giant Chinese automakers.
The bike rental bubble popped a long time ago. Now, a new group of companies are taking a different approach to their predecessors.
Xpeng Motors is priming for a public listing in New York where it could raise up to $1.1 billion from high-profile backers including Alibaba and Xiaomi.
The lawsuit will not save Bytedance from having to sell Tiktok but it may become a bargaining chip when negotiating with potential buyers.
The head of Tesla China urged employees to speak up in defense of the company on social networks amid a public spat with Pinduoduo over a Model 3 group buy.
The news rules announced on Monday mean non-US companies will have to seek approvals to sell chips made using American technology to Huawei.
The US is getting into the app bans game. No one is going to know quite what this means til Sept. 20, but here’s what we know now.
The Bytedance situation: 1980s Japan, or the Korean War? China’s netizens agree that it’s in for a rough time, but not on what it should do.
Growing worldwide suspicion of Chinese tech and data privacy practices have led to one hit after another for Tiktok, and not the viral video kind.
In the latest saga of the techwar, Trump signs vague executive orders to ban transactions with Wechat and Tiktok owners in 45 days.
In the latest sage of the techwar, Mike Pompeo announces “Clean Network” program to shun Chinese companies from US networks and data.
Elliott and James welcome Dev Lewis back to the podcast to discuss what a worsening relationship means for Chinese tech companies in India.
Bytedance and Microsoft resumed negotiations for a Tiktok buyout deal that stalled after Trump told reporters he wanted to ban the popular app.
The move highlights efforts from Meituan to fend off competition from Alipay, which is moving into the local services sector—Meituan’s home turf.
Chinese e-commerce platform Pinduoduo is testing a new wholesaling service which connects merchant buyers with manufacturers and wholesalers.
The employee said that he was fired for his objections to media manipulation practices at Alibaba-owned UC Web amid tense diplomatic relations.
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.
In a midnight Wechat post, someone tried to change important payment and after-sales information for Bitmain, the world’s largest manufacturer of bitcoin rigs.
Inspur is China’s largest server maker, shipping hardware to many of China’s leading cloud-computing firms like Aliyun and Tencent Cloud.
The top telecommunications regulator in India has asked telecom operators and ISPs to block local user access to the 59 Chinese apps banned on Monday.
Entering the e-commerce market means Didi will be competing in a cutthroat industry against grocery delivery giants ranging from Meituan to JD Daojia.
Tesla requested access to Xpeng’s entire repository of autonomous-driving source code and clones of its executives’ hard drives.