Laidian has seen oversupplies of power bank rentals in Beijing and Shanghai, and its founder is concerned.
iFensi’s CEO shared with AllChinaTech the new financial service it has just launched.
A visual diary of how a flower app can brighten girls’ life.
Several umbrella rental startups have secured angel financing which is highly debatable and controversial.
Zhu, one-half of the power duo, is called a unicorn hunter for his outstanding investment moves in the hottest startups.
Will the success of the bike-sharing trend be the same for e-scooters?
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Thousands of "shared umbrellas" were removed by the local government in Hangzhou.
Tencent's new AI strategy is beneficial for all: opening up its core AI techniques to provide better services.
ikongjian provides customers with cheap home renovations and promises for fast work completion.
Niki can “talk” and be your personal shopping assistant.
Stashfin is a machine learning driven digital lending startup that provides consumers a credit facility.
Parkbees helps users find available parking space easily by integrating parking space in cities on its platform.
Hopefully, tech companies will be able to perfect smart gadget interaction as the industry matures.
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.
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.
Muniao now has 600,000 homes and serviced apartments at 396 Chinese cities on its platform.
Amy mainly targets businesses, including hospitals and shopping malls, as well as high-end consumers globally.