Xiaodu Technology, an offshoot of Chinese electronics giant Baidu, has ushered in a key personnel change.
TikTok's full complaint explained. Is Zuckerberg accountable for breaking Zhang Yiming's global ambition?
TikTok, a video-sharing social network owned by Chinese tech company ByteDance, achieved an all-time high in mobile application downloads in the last quarter of 2019.
David Marcus, the executive leading Facebook’s Libra initiative, told Bloomberg News that the United States risks ceding ground to China in the global battle for digital payments primacy.
When Chinese internet workers are complaining about the 996 working schedule in the tech giants in China, horrible things are also happening to tech workers across the Pacific Ocean.
The internet chart-busters initiated not only a deluge of jubilant social media posts, but also a serious debate about the future of privacy, security and truth at a time when data sells better than oil.
ByteDance announced it is setting up a data center in India, where its app TikTok has been under scrutiny for privacy violations and possibly facing a ban.
Following the US government ban, tech giants like Google and Facebook continue to block Huawei's technology. To tackle this, Huawei has opted to make a pro-consumer move by launching a full refund program for Huawei's smartphones and tablets.
In episode 30 of TechBuzz China, co-hosts Ying-Ying Lu and Rui Ma talk about Renren Inc., the closest Chinese analogue to Facebook.
Four years after my last post on renren.com in 2014, the Facebook of China, I logged in to check back on my friends but got nothing but disappointment in return. Among stereotypical selfies of online celebrities are the ashes of my burned-out college memories.
The third annual Facebook Overseas Marketing Summit was held in Shanghai on Sept. 12. At the event with the theme “created by you, loved by the world”, Facebook jointly released with KPMG a list of top 50 Chinese brands ranked by global influence.
Facebook has registered a company in Hangzhou, China on July 18, as reported in a filing with China’s National Enterprise Credit Information Publicity System.
Alibaba tops the list to become the number one company that competitors are “most worried about” for their disruptive business models in the latest KPMG tech survey.
On the evening of April 13, Tencent issued a statement saying that the international version of QQ, a popular messaging app, will remain online in Europe to provide services to users in the region.