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Every night, millions of Chinese millennials swipe their smartphone screens and spend money to lavish virtual gifts on their favourite real-time entertainers.
In its attempt to cool what are among the fastest-rising property prices in the world, China is pushing its people to rent instead of buy. That’s prompting venture capitalists to pour millions into an old-fashioned sector that’s being uprooted by technology: rental management.
Chinese ride-sharing giant Didi Chuxing is on a roll overseas, snapping up assets in South America and flexing its financial muscles to drive growth.
Tencent Holdings Ltd is going after the cheaters that infest PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds as it prepares to bring the world’s top-selling game to China.
China's largest social media platform WeChat plans to resurrect its "tipping" feature used to send cash to content creators, after removing it from Apple Inc's iOS devices last year over an app-store rules dispute with the US firm.
German industrial giant Kuka is the world’s largest producer of robots used to make automobiles, with its signature orange crane-like bots a fixture in automated car factories across the globe.
Apple continues to do business with the Chinese government despite receiving scrutiny and criticism. That business has been Faustian at times – for example, the Cupertino tech giant has removed apps that Beijing does not like.
Apple Inc is optimistic that some of its popular apps removed from its China App Store this year to comply with government requests will be reinstated, the US tech giant's chief executive Tim Cook said on Dec 6.
As he took the stage at China’s premiere Internet gathering this week, Facebook Inc’s Vaughan Smith opened with a line that wouldn’t make sense anywhere else.
US prosecutors have charged three Chinese nationals affiliated with a cybersecurity company in China with hacking into Siemens AG, Trimble Inc and Moody's Analytics to steal business secrets.