Chinese TikTok-style video app Zynn has been removed from Google’s Play Store Tuesday amid accusations it has been stealing content from TikTok.
As the Chinese government pushed for new infrastructure projects last month, Kuaishou and other companies are investing to build data centers.
As TikTok seizes more territory around the world, its archrival Kuashou that so far hasn’t been as successful internationally is ramping up efforts to narrow the gap with its competitor.
Kuaishou, China's second-largest short-video startup, marched to the US market during the COVID-19 pandemic with its new app "Zynn".
It’s reported that JD has formed a strategic partnership with Kuaishou on e-commerce livestreaming.
Kuaishou launched a new short-video app, SnackVideo, to target overseas users with a recommendation algorithm that suggests user videos based on their preferences.
Now, after a decade of development and vicious competition, a slew of video platforms and short video apps have emerged at the top of the Chinese online video streaming game.
In this article, we’ll give a brief introduction of China’s top 3 E-commerce livestreaming platforms: Alibaba’s Taobao Live, Kuaishou (Kwai) and ByteDance’s Douyin (TikTok).
The short-video company handed out five rounds of virtual “red envelopes” during the live broadcast, totaling a record-breaking 1 billion yuan ($144 million)
On December 25, CCTV officially announced popular short video platform Kuaishou as the exclusive interactive partner of its Spring Festival Gala.
With the Chinese Spring Festival drawing near, Kuaishou’s goal of reaching 300 million daily active users (DAU) before the Chinese New Year has been further heightened according to 36Kr.
Chinese short-video platform Kuaishou has raised its latest found of financing, to the tune of nearly $3 billion.
Kuaishou has established an exclusive interactive partnership with CCTV’s annual New Year’s Gala, according to Chinese media LatePost.
Episode 55 of TechBuzz China is about a company we have admittedly relegated to a “supporting role” thus far here on TechBuzz: Kuaishou.
Episode 52 of TechBuzz China is on a topic from back in August, when Kuaishou, Baidu, Tencent, and Capital Today invested a collective $434 million into the Q&A site Zhihu 知乎.