Xinmei Shen is a producer at Abacus. Before Abacus, she interned at The Information while studying at the University of Hong Kong.
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Using Beidou requires a smartphone with a compatible chip, not a new app.
Some WeChat users make more than US$100 daily for renting out accounts, but some have been arrested as accomplices to scams.
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.
Huawei’s smartphone sales in China are now more than Vivo, Oppo and Xiaomi combined.
Computer software Fawkes subtly changes pictures to prevent facial recognition tracking.
Some people say they’re ditching Animal Crossing in favour of a new mobile game that draws inspiration from Ming-era paintings.
China’s moviegoers are anticipating re-releases of Hollywood hits like Pixar’s Coco after six months of cinema closures
A CCTV report resulted in an apology from Qutoutiao when it found the news and short video app was running false ads
Some users fear a location sharing feature on Alibaba’s Gaode map app could be abused
WeChat often used by people overseas to stay in touch with friends and family in China
Microsoft’s 6-year-old chatbot has 660 million users and claims to have higher emotional intelligence than your typical voice assistant
Researchers found that changes in the movements of vocal muscles could be an indicator of whether someone has suffered an inflammation from Covid-19.
US-China trade tensions and the Covid-19 pandemic are reshaping China’s internet landscape
Shein is one of the most popular e-commerce apps in several countries around the world, but it’s barely known in China
Some small online businesses are caught in a scuffle between Apple and Tencent over in-app purchases in WeChat
Deepfakes face stricter regulation in China as the country sees more academic research and commercial use of the technology
Console gaming is growing in China, but gamers say the look of the PS5 isn’t as important as the games it will have
Kunshan police crack down on game hacks amid clean-up campaign on online content
One report says Zynn had been stealing videos from other platforms like TikTok, but it's unclear if that's why Google removed the app
The new comedy is getting glowing reviews on Douban, but some see it as propaganda painting China as a threat
Players of the NetEase mobile game complained about its repetitive gameplay and card-based dueling, but they like the art