From Triller to Dubsmash, five apps are rising in the download charts as they fight to take the place of TikTok.
QQ, seen as an alternative to WeChat for communicating with people inside China, saw a brief surge in installs after Washington announced ban on WeChat-related transactions.
After international setbacks with its hit short video app, ByteDance looks for new growth at home in online education.
The Mi TV LUX Transparent Edition, Xiaomi’s second OLED TV, sells for more than US$7,000
Alibaba’s Daniel Zhang takes the top spot but some big names in Chinese tech are missing
Huawei’s Kirin chips make smartphones like the P40 and upcoming Mate 40 top-performers in areas like photography.
iPhone shipments could drop as much as 30 per cent if Trump’s ban forces WeChat off the iOS App Store, analyst says.
Xiaomi founder and CEO Lei Jun says the company’s chip-designing effort is still ongoing.
US President Donald Trump ordered a ban on WeChat-related transactions in the US, but the scope of the executive order remains unclear.
Using Beidou requires a smartphone with a compatible chip, not a new app.
Likee accumulated more new installs in the US over the past six months than TikTok’s US rivals, says Apptopia.
GreatFire’s new tool uses machine learning to let creators easily produce apps that make content accessible in China and other restrictive countries.
Some WeChat users make more than US$100 daily for renting out accounts, but some have been arrested as accomplices to scams.
Huawei takes the crown in China with the country’s largest smartphone user base, QuestMobile data shows.
Nearly 40 per cent of power banks in China are below national standards, with some overcharging and catching fire, according to a regulator spot check.
Emails unveiled in an antitrust hearing suggest that Chinese tech companies like Renren and Tencent inspired Facebook to quickly copy competitors.
China and the US both launched rovers to Mars in the past week, but they’re designed for different things.
Unauthorised VPNs are illegal in China, but authorities said the man’s main crime was accessing pornography.
Xiaomi, known for odd smartphone designs, might be looking for a way to get rid of earphone charging pods.