Even if fuel cell vehicles never catch up with battery-based alternatives, they still just might find a few wide-open lanes.
Singles' Day culminated in a frenzy of promotions on Friday, although lackluster consumer activity may reduce some of its shimmer.
As competition in the global electric vehicle industry consolidates, many automotive firms and a host of new startups are eyeing what they see as the next frontier for innovation: the sky.
Following its rapid ascent in the Chinese e-commerce market, seven-year-old Pinduoduo is now trying its hand in the US with the launch of Temu.
The rollout of Apple's latest smartphone series offers a glimpse into the iPhone's evolving relationship with Chinese tech and consumers.
A decade-long push by Beijing to shore up the country’s green energy sector has brought China's share of global polysilicon production to 80%.
Historic heatwaves have swept across central China this summer, raising the stakes in a bid by authorities to transform the domestic automotive sector.
SMIC, the leading Chinese chipmaker, aims to play a major role in the hastening semiconductor arms race.
Chinese tech giants, startups, and regulators appear set to play a critical role in the internet’s coming Web3 metamorphosis.
Huawei is looking to globalize its operations in the financial services field, with a particular focus on Africa and the Asia-Pacific.
Following Boris Johnson's resignation and an updated national digital strategy, the UK's tech relationship with China is entering a new phase.
In China's rapidly diversifying e-commerce industry, livestreaming is emerging as a top method for driving sales.
Amid mounting pressure to the wider economy, blockchain pioneers are confident in Web3-based gaming's ability to withstand another crypto winter.
Chinese tech giants have been capitalizing on surging exports to India as complications mount.
Kuaishou has recently revamped its overseas business strategy, setting up targeted ventures in various regions including Southeast Asia and Latin America.
Following a series of setbacks, Huawei is casting its net wide to determine where its future core strengths will lie.
Shein's mind-numbing success in capturing the global fast fashion market is a product of the internet age.
For people in Shanghai during the latest lockdown, informal community group buying is proving to be a more effective strategy for obtaining food than online grocery platforms.
Shanghai lockdowns are having ripple effects on global supply chains, as factory workers and logistics personnel have been subjected to home quarantine and mass testing.
The next stage of development for the Chinese technology industry is likely to marked by slower growth, albeit with more stable operations.