Chinese students removed an app from the Apple App Store that teachers used to give students homework during the school suspensions in China amid the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
DingTalk, developed by Alibaba, expanded its service to provide help to teachers during the COVID-19 outbreak in China by giving them the chance to live stream classes and grade their students’ homework remotely, according to Shanghaiist.
A Chinese gaming company has acquired all of Grindr, its founder Joel Simkhai announced last week.
A new app that lets users show their appreciation for President Xi Jinping’s three and a half hour speech at the Great Hall of the People during the 19th Party Congress went viral after being played 860 million times.
The game “Such a Great Speech: Applaud Xi Jinping” was made by WeChat owner Tencent, the minds behind the ultra-popular mobile game “Honor Of Kings.”
WeChat users have now been informed that their favorite messaging app is sharing pretty much all of their private data with the Chinese government.
People in Beijing have started sharing sex dolls thanks through an app that launched a limited trial run on Wednesday, showing that China’s booming shared economy knows no limits.
The new business comes from Touch, a developer based in Xiamen, Fujian Province, which targets white collar workers aged 20 to 35.
The social hookup app Grindr presented a new five-part online series called “What the Flip?” with the first installment featuring an Asian man and White man swapping profiles for a day.
The featured users of the gay dating app take over each other’s profiles, letting them send messages as a different race and receive photos from other men.
A New York-based startup has created a device that can tell whether a designer bag is real or fake within minutes.
The company is called Entrupy, and their device acts as a portable scanner packed with complex detection algorithms.
We live in an insane technological world, where with just a few clicks on a smartphone, we possess the luxury of meeting someone entirely new. With that luxury, however, comes risk.
The Rhode Island Department of Health is attributing part of the state’s sharp increase in sexually transmitted diseases to hookup apps like Tinder and Grindr.