Ant Group announced to spin off a self-developed database service OceanBase, aspiring to serve more of its partners.
These Chinese shopping apps are now the most popular way for people to buy almost anything online.
Street vendors in China have seen a significant rise in popularity and regulatory support after Chinese Premier Li Keqiang voiced government approval of them.
Cooking-sharing app Home-Cooked has halted operations, indicating the downsides of sharing economy in today’s China.
Alibaba Innovation said it will continue exploring and developing overseas business despite that reportedly it has shut UC News' operations.
Tech Planet reported Thursday that Alibaba has started an internal trial of its secretly-developed video blog (vlog) application "Cuyan".
After an investigation conducted by a special investigation team, Alibaba Group has made a decision to demote Fan Jiang, the current president of Taobao and Tmall.
China's e-commerce platforms, including Alibaba, JD.com, and Pinduoduo, recently started reservations for COVID-19 testing in multiple cities.
On April 16, US electric car company Tesla opened its first official flagship online store on Tmall.com in a bid to embrace China’s robust digital economy.
Alibaba introduced a fresh video-conferencing application Alibaba Cloud Meeting to further enhance the experience of remote work for companies.
People are flocking to all sorts of social media apps to kill time while being unable to leave their homes. Some Chinese apps have emerged as the most downloaded social media apps in India.
Alibaba officially introduced its overseas multi-lingual supported version of DingTalk on April 8, making functions to users worldwide amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
As China encourages people to return to work despite potential fears associated with the coronavirus outbreak, a QR code craze has once again taken over the country.
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).
Episode 64 of Tech Buzz China is the second of two episodes on the Chinese telemedicine sector, which is closely watched in the wake of COVID-19.