The past, present and future of smart home technology in China.
From 3D printed organs to houses, China’s 3D printing industry is rising to the top.
Xiaomi has created an impressive array of new gadgets, but still lacks originality in design.
China’s next big sharing rivalry might be just round the corner.
Investors bet on the power bank rental market by pouring cash into several startups.
Chinese food startups aim to be China’s Mcdonald’s with the help of the Internet.
It is the most downloaded free app in 2013 among all categories in China’s App Store.
Tencent is making an all-out effort to turn up its game in the mobile search war.
Both Yidao and LeEco are trapped in troubled waters...
Chinese internet users are reacting with outrage after an Asian American man was kicked off a United Airlines plane.
AlphaGo 2.0 will play against China’s Ke Jie in a three-match game.
Fintech platform Qianbaomu continues to grow in China’s cooling fintech market.
Xiaomi joins power bank rental war to invest in Guaishou Chongdian’s angel round to exclusively place rental power banks in its partners’ stores.
BeeFly copies Mobike’s model of escooter rentals that enable residents to travel more than 3 km easily.
China’s Medium Jianshu allows users to publish original written content on its blogging platform.
The Mi 6 phone is armed with some trendy features including a dual camera and curved screens.
Chinese consumers’ demand for smart appliances continues to grow despite a slow economy.
Smart, funny, and super weird, Taobao has all the phone gadgets you can imagine.
The app has attracted 6.25 million users in four months.
Highlights from AllChinaTech’s video storytelling project and online campaign
Although not the first of its kind in the world or even in China, Tujia managed to become China’s largest home rental platform.