Today, short video remains a platform staple, but it’s far from the only type of video available on popular apps Douyin and Kuaishou.
Crypto mining crackdowns, surprise arrests of investors, and a gimlet eye for the BSN: Meet TechNode’s favorite China crypto blogger.
Washington is threatening delisting for Chinese companies if they don’t comply with tighter audit rules. But there’s still room for a deal.
A TechNode reporter tries out an AI-powered grammar tool from search company Sogou. It think it can make some improvements on William Shakespeare.
China’s e-commerce giants understand delivery speed is the top priority, and competition is driving the field ahead of US firms like Amazon.
Xi’an Jiaotong University developed its own health code system to manage the campus. But the school’s health code is useless inside the campus itself.
Chinese tech giants are homing in on the country’s lower-tier cities with group buying features that encourage neighbors to order food delivered in bulk.
The post-pandemic growth of cloud services, and the server chips needed to power them, opens new opportunities for growing Chinese chip design companies.
Pinduoduo founder Colin Huang left his role as CEO just as his net worth exploded by $25 billion and contributor Michael Norris has a question: what gives?
The e-commerce industry is threatened by an dependency on paid media and platforms. They boost sales today, but they are dangerous for brands in the long run.
A slew of online services make it possible to do tourism from the safety of your living room—or replicate travel abroad while staying home.
TechNode Insider Ashley Galina Dudarenok looks at the future of Chinese livestreaming. The question isn’t whether brands need to get into the game—it’s how.
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.”
Some suggest that problems of Huawei would disappear if China takes control of Taiwan. Cooler heads propose aggressive industrial policies.
After a year, a US export ban has done little harm to Huawei. But round two could be much harder on the company as DC targets key links in its supply chain.
Chinese researchers have discovered a new kind of technology domestication problem: humans on the street are learning that they can bully the machines.
This isn’t the first time China has tried to get university research into the patent marketplace. But the latest round of regulations has a chance to make a difference, writes an industry insider.
Compliance know-how has emerged as a key competitive advantage for Chinese firms in Europe, providing an outsize advantage to bigger companies.
As growing techno-nationalism drives the US and China to control tech with export controls, companies like Huawei are realigning their value chains.
Top executives at Imagination Technologies are fighting for who gets to keep control of the company. Here’s why it matters.
‘If there’s anything to be learned about Luckin Coffee, it’s that there’s always more than meets the eye.’ Luckin skeptic Michael Norris has more questions.
TechNode gets a chance to review the very latest in cutting-edge phone design, from Xiaomi—we had no idea this was coming!