Post something about coronavirus online? Expect a visitor at your door.
As Chinese tech companies have gone global, so has China’s ability to censor communications outside of the mainland.
After banning more than 30,000 players last year, PUBG has now developed tools and technologies to identify users engaging in unfair practices.
'Game for Peace' is reportedly very similar to 'PUBG' and 'pays tribute to the blue sky warriors that guard our country’s airspace.'
But — spoiler alert! — they saw the ending before U.S. fans did
Search engine operator Baidu and Tencent, the company behind WeChat, already dominate China’s tech world. Now, they have their sights set on robot restaurants and food delivery.
China’s largest video game company will restrict the play time of underage players by checking their names against a Beijing database.
The Chinese government won’t let its citizens Google search, like a Facebook post, or watch a YouTube video — but if people want to virtually clap for their president’s speech, a new game them covered.
Marketing gimmicks, they are a-changin'.
Revelations about poor security in QQ Browser follow findings of vulnerabilities in other Chinese browsers.