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.
The startup provides learning kits for school-aged children to learn coding and build bots.
From robotics to voice recognition and gene exploration, AI is pushing the edges of tech in China.
With more Chinese women wanting to be well informed on sexual health and pleasure, business opportunities also follow.
Investors bet on the power bank rental market by pouring cash into several startups.
Smart homes is one of the major areas where Baidu will see commercialisation of its Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology.
Carnegie Mellon University professor talks AI in healthcare, education, and industry.
Kai-Fu Lee spoke about the relation between AI scientists and entrepreneurship at GMIC Beijing 2017.
This China tech giant hopes to build the Windows or Android of AI.
SENSORO aims to lower costs for IoT sensor networking with its devices and services.
Recruitment platform Mofanghr matches candidates and enterprises based on big data to reduce recruitment costs.
Haowa provides online management systems for F&B businesses to manage their restaurants smarter.
Fintech platform Qianbaomu continues to grow in China’s cooling fintech market.
Wearables like the YONO in-ear ovulation tracker bring meaningful insights to healthcare research.
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.
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.
It is the most downloaded free app in 2013 among all categories in China’s App Store.