First established as an online home for China’s young anime fans, Bilibili now hopes to expand its user base to embrace older audiences beyond millennials and Gen Z.
Firm’s founder Ren Zhengfei says the Chinese giant should learn from global leaders Amazon and Microsoft.
After the usual waterfront fireworks display was cancelled, Hong Kong’s TVB viewers will be watching a New Year’s Eve event from mainland video streamer Bilibili, known for catering to China’s younger generation.
From laptops and keyboards to video games and wireless chargers, the SCMP Tech team wraps up our top gift ideas for 2020 at any budget.
After debuting as a demonstration sport at the 2018 Asian Games, esports finally wins approval to be included as an official event in 2022.
The Kaola shopping platform is China’s first to host deaf live-streamers, but real-time machine translation of sign language remains a challenge.
New rules in China force live-streaming viewers to register with the real names, preventing underage users from tipping hosts but also increasing scrutiny of foreigners and influencers.
As the prominence of influencers expands, global beauty and luxury brands are on the hunt for these key opinion leaders to entice Chinese buyers. A start-up wants to help.
More workers are needed to help organisations protect themselves against hacks as the Covid-19 pandemic has boosted remote work, a cybersecurity survey finds.
Children living in China in the 1980s grew up playing Subor’s Nintendo knock-offs and iconic “learning machines”.
In a social manifesto, NetEase Yanxuan declares that it opposes ‘complicated discount gimmicks’ that some shoppers say they find difficult to follow during overwhelming numbers of deals on the planet’s biggest shopping day.
ByteDance China CEO Kelly Zhang debuts at 45th place on Fortune magazine’s international list of the 50 most powerful women in business, joining Chinese tech veterans such as Ping An’s Jessica Tan, Gree’s Dong Mingzhu and Alibaba’s Maggie Wu.
NetEase repurposed a scene from its hit MMORPG Justice so AI scientists could meet and share their research after Covid-19 spoiled the real-world event.
The latest breakout game amid the Covid-19 pandemic follows a format that is better known among Chinese gamers as Werewolf.
The Cyberspace Administration of China targets thousands of apps and websites, including an online school, in its latest effort to clean up the Chinese internet.
Researchers look at residents in Beijing to study smartphone addiction, often defined as stressful phone use that leads to anxiety and depression.
The iPhone 12 series phones will not include wired EarPods or a wall charger in the box, sparking online outrage on Chinese social media.
C-Face uses earphones connected to a Raspberry Pi to recognise facial expressions and convert them into emoji, helping those who need hands-free communication.
Police filmed an alleged drug dealer exchanging goods with a customer at a secret location discovered by a drone as privacy concerns about UAV use by law enforcement persist .
Internet users in China cannot access the Google search engine without a VPN, yet the Chrome browser has flourished in the land of no Google.
A PlayStation-sponsored study looks at the carbon footprint of gamers.
Sex education remains taboo in Chinese schools despite efforts from educators and publishers.
This is the first time that Facebook has taken down Chinese-based accounts for foreign interference and engagement in US politics.
China’s rural residents under 18 years old are less likely to have used smartwatches, voice assistants and computers to get online, new study says.
A California judge has blocked the Trump administration from imposing a US ban against WeChat, allowing the continued use of Tencent’s super app in the world’s largest economy.
The next-generation Sony console arrives worldwide in November, except in mainland China, where some gamers are scouring e-commerce sites for imports.
China’s largest private carmaker launches a civilian drone and promises flying cars.
Realme is the budget-conscious sibling of Oppo and OnePlus that’s winning over millions of fans across India and Southeast Asia.
Ikea is developing about 30 gaming-related products in Shanghai that will go on sale in February 2021, followed by worldwide release later in the year.
US authorities intercepted what looks like wireless earbuds from Chinese brand OnePlus, calling them fake Apple wireless earbuds.