An independent shopping channel has been set up within Toutiao, a content discovery platform owned by ByteDance. Users of the new service can purchase goods provided by Douyin's e-commerce business in the shopping channel by inputting keywords and placing an order.
Toutiao, which belongs to Beijing-based tech giant ByteDance, has recently launched an app called "Toutiao Haowai," which can recommend high-quality content to users, and its target is young consumers.
ByteDance has recently tested a brand-new product called Shidian Baike, which will focus on expert knowledge and culture.
ByteDance-owned news and content aggregation platform Toutiao has announced recently that its livestreaming section will be wholly upgraded and that its streaming services will be provided by Douyin, the Chinese mainland version of TikTok.
A new subsidiary of Chinese tech giant and TikTok owner ByteDance was established on Monday, named "Beijing Toutiao Information Technology Co., Ltd.," with legal representative Luo Lixin.
Tencent Video has recently sued ByteDance's Toutiao, a news and content aggregation platform, for copyright infringement and unfair competition, claiming a total of 10 million yuan ($1.49 million).
ByteDance will launch a feature on two of its products, TikTok's sister app Douyin and information platform Toutiao, with which the account IP location will be displayed on the user's personal homepage.
ByteDance's Toutiao has officially launched a brand-new product for small and micro loans named "Fangxinjie, Businessmen Only".
After more than nine years since founding ByteDance, Zhang Yiming has at last got his delayed satisfaction.
On September 23, Ocean Engine, a digital marketing platform owned by ByteDance, disclosed recent numbers of the usage of its search business.
TikTok-owner Bytedance on May 15 fully acquired online medical encyclopedia and healthcare service platform Baike Mingyi.
Beijing-based ByteDance has started a recruiting spree in the middle of coronavirus tumult, opening 10,000 positions globally.
Beijing-based ByteDance, the owner of global short video app TikTok and Chinese news aggregator Toutiao, has appointed new China heads.
Zhang Yiming stepped down as the CEO of his company’s flagship platform Jinri Toutiao, a news aggregator, but kept his title as CEO of the parent company ByteDance.
In Ep. 28 of TechBuzz China, co-hosts Ying-Ying Lu and Rui Ma talk about the Chinese AI company that recently toppled Uber to become the highest-valued startup in the world: Bytedance.
Beijing Bytedance Technology Co., the parent company of China’s news platform Toutiao and short video app TikTok, has closed its pre-IPO raising with about $4 billion, according to 36Kr. With an estimated valuation of $75 billion, it has become the rage in the market.
Three CEOs of Chinese tech giants are among the top 10 of Fortune’s new “40 under 40” list released by the magazine on July 20.
Earlier this month, Tencent sued Bytedance, better known as Toutiao, for 1 RMB and Toutiao fought back by suing Tencent for 90 million RMB. What sparked the feud between the David and Goliath of the Chinese tech world? Listen to this week’s episode of TechBuzz China by Pandaily to find out!
Douyin, the most popular short-video platform, announced on June 12 that its number of domestic daily active users (DAU) has exceeded 150 million.
Last week, Tencent filed a lawsuit against Toutiao asking for a token compensation of 1 yuan, or 15 cents USD. A week later on June 1st, Toutiao filed a lawsuit against Tencent to retaliate, but with a demand of 90 million yuan (US$14 million) in compensation.