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In China’s fast-changing technology space where new options pop up almost every day, the ability of platforms to maintain a loyal following can often mean life or death.
China is home to the world’s biggest online community, with about two in five Chinese still offline.
Tencent Cloud said employees broke operational rules concerning data relocation and improvements are being made.
Shenzhen-based GJS Robot is making robots for hobbyists but also hoping to capitalise on educational market
Female shoppers contributed around 70% of total cross-border transactions on Tencent’s WeChat Pay in Hong Kong and Macau, and spent it mostly on cosmetics and beauty products, according to a new report published on Thursday.
Chinese companies are testing civilian drones that can carry more than a tonne of cargo as the country’s couriers and on-demand services increasingly look to adopt unmanned aerial vehicles for deliveries.
Tencent released the findings of the survey ahead of Children’s Day, which falls on June 1 in China. The Shenzhen-based internet giant has been criticised by state media for not doing enough to prevent gaming addiction among the young.
Replacement routers made by Beijing-based supplier will help the government monitor internet activities.