Late last year Chinese tech behemoth ByteDance released a beta version of its upcoming music app, Resso, with the goal of tapping the music streaming market in India and Indonesia.
This group purchase function will allow merchants who have completed the Douyin enterprise certification tolist and sell products through the short-video platform.
UNESCO published a list of recommendations of educational applications and platforms to help facilitate distance learning.
China’s VC activity is beginning to recuperate with a series of notable investments from ByteDance, Meituan Dianping, Matrix Partners China and others.
“Hot Blood Street Basketball,” developed by ByteDance’s wholly-owned subsidiary - Beijing Zhaoxiguangnian Information Technology.
Beijing-based ByteDance, the owner of global short video app TikTok and Chinese news aggregator Toutiao, has appointed new China heads.
ByteDance has launched a hiring initiative in Singapore which recruited at least 100 employees, and has been linked with employees from other global tech giants.
ByteDance’s all-in-one work hub Lark plans to launch its independent app “Lark Doc”, which will be its second derivative app after the debut of Lark Meeting in February.
The ByteDance-owned short video app TikTok announced the appointment of Roland Cloutier, a renowned cybersecurity expert, as the company’s as CISO.
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We caught up with two expert witnesses, Derek Scissors and Samm Sacks, to reflect on the hearing and analyze the future of US-China tech relations.
Resso, ByteDance’s first independent music streaming app, has been officially launched in India.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) announced that he will introduce legislation to ban TikTok from the devices of federal employees, to ensure government institutions’ data privacy.
Feishu issued an announcement saying that Feishu-related page links were banned by WeChat without explanation.
ByteDance will designate a senior executive to lead and grow its gaming business planning on launching a mobile MOBA game that directly competes with Tencent’s Honor of Kings