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China hasn’t approved a single new video game for sale in 9 months, and that freeze could continue into 2019
China hasn't approved any new games for release since March and its new ethics committee just denied every game in its first batch of reviews.
Kids in China are trying every trick in the book to beat the facial recognition software that puts a mandatory time limit on popular video games
Tencent, China's biggest video game publisher, is using facial recognition to put age restrictions on its most popular games.
"PUBG Mobile" helped spark the rise of battle-royale shooters, and has been downloaded more than 200 million times.
Chinese tech giant Tencent on Wednesday posted better-than-expected third-quarter earnings, but its core gaming business showed signs of slowing down.
Video game addiction has sparked a culture war in China — and it’s having huge repercussions for the world’s biggest video game make...
Tencent will implement mandatory time limits and identity verification for all Chinese players using the national citizen database.
A Peter Thiel-backed fintech that aims to be ‘a mixture of Venmo, Zelle, Mint and Chase’ is launching next year in the US
A so-called challenger bank, N26 doesn't operate brick-and-mortar branches because its customers "prefer to minimize interactions with their banks.
China is cracking down on new video games entering the country and it’s costing publishing giants billions in profit
The world's biggest market for video games has greatly restricted the release of new games in the country during 2018, leading to billions in lost revenue for their creators
Tencent's prospects are in question after years of spectacular growth.
Stocks fell Wednesday after a Chinese technology giant Tencent reported a rare profit decline. Technology and energy companies took the biggest hits following the disappointing earnings report, which stoked fears of slowing growth. The dollar rose, and Treasury yields fell.
China's most popular instant messaging app is trialling a feature in the province of Guangdong which lets couples kickstart divorce proceedings on their phones, without leaving the app.