Online entertainment such as live-streaming and short video services continue to prosper, while ride-hailing and food delivery enterprises struggle.
A video circulating on Weibo shows Ofo bikes asking to be helped up while piled up in an abandoned construction site.
Huawei’s Honor is offering shared MagicBook laptops delivered straight to users’ doors during China’s national holiday.
AI is helping China’s digital publishers translate novels faster and cheaper, but some remain sceptical.
The Royole FlexPai 2 launches in China, boasting better screen and software performance and a price tag under US$1,500.
China’s largest private carmaker launches a civilian drone and promises flying cars.
Disappointed by iPhone 12’s no-show at Apple’s latest launch event, many in China say new Apple Watch features are old news.
Realme is the budget-conscious sibling of Oppo and OnePlus that’s winning over millions of fans across India and Southeast Asia.
US authorities intercepted what looks like wireless earbuds from Chinese brand OnePlus, calling them fake Apple wireless earbuds.
Live-streamers in China who post content considered inappropriate can land on a government blacklist that forbids them from performing.
The Suzhou Civility Code, still under trial, earns comparison with Black Mirror and outdated ideas of governance in the Qing dynasty.
With Covid-19 largely under control in China, Shanghai is expanding the functionality of its Suishen health code to outlast the pandemic.
Neuromorphic computers mimic real brains and could have a big impact on the development of artificial intelligence.
State-run People’s Daily takes aim at automatic payments in apps, a commonly used business model.
Realme targets younger users with a new affordable 5G handset.
ByteDance faces online backlash for seeking to sell TikTok as many netizens hope new Chinese export rules could stop any US sale
Invisible under-display camera phones could be mainstream soon, but there are still problems to solve
Open source technology is important for programmers and those in China fear they could fall behind without a domestic substitute.
An indie game developer uses computer tools to create a video of realistic-looking historic figures in motion based on portraits and sculptures.