Zynn, Kuaishou's overseas short video app will return to Google's play store soon.
Kuaishou, China's second-largest short-video startup, marched to the US market during the COVID-19 pandemic with its new app "Zynn".
Rumors that ByteDance is to launch a virtual idol group “Project V” have risen as ByteDance posted multiple job openings related to acting, live streaming, game developing and virtual idol operations.
The mobile game industry has arguably become the biggest beneficiary of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Search giant Baidu is tapping into the automobile consumption market, launching a car information app Youjia.
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.
While Gojek has reportedly denied its involvement in such talks, a potential merger between the two does not sound like something completely out of the question.
This is a groundbreaking move for the whole industry, as 'Lost in Russia' is the first ever Chinese film sold to a short video company before its release in the cinema. There are several different perspectives on the long-term implications of the move.
In 2019, Chinese tech companies increasingly shifted their focus overseas, in an effort to gain influence and market share abroad.
With a seamless integration of e-commerce into social media, including video sharing and live-streaming, sellers on Kuaishou are able to bring down-to-earth content and goods to its users. That's what the so-called “老铁经济,” or “homie economy,” is all about.
On August 1, Bytedance posted a recruitment notice, announcing that their online search department is looking for new talent.
TikTok users in India can breathe a sigh of relief as the temporary ban on the app downloads gets lifted, making the app available for download again.
Research from brand equity experts BrandZ—by WPP and Kantar—reveals the “Brand Power” of leading Chinese brands is up 15 percent year-on-year, compared with 5 percent growth last year.
Ninety-four Chinese entities have reached unicorn status, led by ByteDance, the world's most valuable private company valued at $75 billion.
According to insiders from tech startup Smartisan, some employees have been informed to re-sign their labor contracts with Bytedance, the parent company of Toutiao, which points to that Smartisan is under acquisition negotiations with Bytedance.