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Reddit has released the most ‘upvoted’ posts of 2019, and it shows how much trolling is part of the platform’s culture
Reddit recently released its year-in-review report highlighting the most popular posts, active subreddit communities, and viral trends.
The Nintendo Switch will launch in China December 10, bringing the world’s fastest-selling video game console to the world’s biggest video...
China, the world's most valuable gaming market, is expected to spend more than $36 billion on video games this year.
WeChat is a ubiquitous app in China, so for Chinese Americans with family there it is a major blow to be kicked off the app.
The biggest game company in the world is helping Nintendo break into the Chinese market, but it may be making a bold play for Nintendo’s beloved...
The world's biggest game company isn't Nintendo, and it isn't Microsoft or Sony either — it's a Chinese company named Tencent.
Millennials love plants so much they’re convincing tech companies to replace office artwork with ‘living walls’
Tech companies are embracing millennial's interest in plants and wellness to attract talent encourage them to work longer hours.
The video game giant risked alienating a joint-venture partner, an investor/collaborator, and regulators in China.
Apple shares some Safari data from iPhone users in China with the Chinese tech behemoth Tencent, and it’s attracting attention amid mounting ten...
Apple shares some website data from Safari with Chinese tech giant Tencent as part of a phishing detection feature.
The biggest game company in the world isn’t Nintendo — it’s a Chinese company that has a piece of everything from ‘Fortni...
You've almost certainly never heard of the biggest game company on the planet — especially if you're American.
The banned ‘Hearthstone’ gamer at the centre of a China censorship furore spoke out for the first time after Blizzard reduced his ban
Blizzard announced on Saturday that it would be reducing Blitzchung's ban from one year to six months.
These 6 tech companies have made the controversial decision to try to operate in China, where the government can demand social media posts be removed ...
China's "Great Firewall" blocks content that the government deems sensitive, but some major tech companies have attempted to comply with China's laws.