PICO is currently operating normally, and ByteDance will also continue to invest in XR business for the long term.
Douyin recently launched a search application called 'Lightning Search,' with the slogan 'Lightning Search, as fast as lightning'.
Regarding the media report "Douyin abandons food delivery," Douyin stated that this information is untrue, and its group purchasing and delivery business is operating normally.
ByteDance renames “Qingtao” to “Douyin Selection”, escalating Bilibili competition.
A new store called 'Douyin Imported Supermarket' has officially opened within the Douyin app recently. It is reported that this is a cross-border e-commerce business under the Douyin e-commerce platform, mainly focusing on self-operated operations.
Douyin, the Chinese version of the global short-video app TikTok, is actively expanding its self-operated e-commerce business in preparation for the upcoming "618" shopping festival on June 18th.
On June 2nd, the official Douyin account released the latest regulations on the governance of public welfare content on Douyin.
On May 9th, Douyin released 11 regulations and industry initiatives regarding AI-generated content on its platform.
On April 18th, ByteDance's subsidiary, the Volcano Engine, released a series of self-developed cloud products including DPU and launched a new version of its machine learning platform.
On April 13th, ByteDance's Douyin and Sanxingdui Museum officially signed a framework cooperation agreement.
Tencent's game "Return to Empire" is now eligible for promotion through traffic acquisition strategies on ByteDance's platforms, including TikTok's sister app Douyin, news and information content platform Toutiao, and streaming platform Xigua Video.
On April 7th, Bytedance's Douyin announced that it has recently reached cooperation with Tencent Video. The two parties will explore the promotion of long and short video linkage, short video secondary creation and other aspects.
Shortly after the release of the financial report, Meituan, a Beijing-based e-commerce platform for life services, began to accelerate its efforts. On March 27, Meituan announced that it would introduce several marketing tools for its food delivery business.
Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok owned by ByteDance, quietly launched an application called "Qingtao." It is a video platform for young people with a focus on interest and knowledge sharing.
ByteDance's short video app Douyin has begun supporting Alipay's collection code, a mobile and online payment platform, to finish payments, though the function is not available for Tencent's super app WeChat just yet.
Alibaba's management team announced five strategic focal areas for its e-commerce platform Taobao this year. These areas cover livestreaming, private domain traffic (turning casual users into dedicated ones), content, local retailers, and pricing power.
Chinese shopping platform giant Meituan is revamping its short video and livestreaming features in response to competition from Douyin's entry into the take-out field. Douyin is TikTok's sister app in China.
At the beginning of this year, ByteDance's short video app Douyin started to explore online livestream broadcasting as a method of promoting and facilitating drug sales.
ByteDance's short video app Douyin will reportedly launch food delivery services in all major Chinese cities on March 1, following internal testing in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou.
Zhi Ying, vice president and head of content products of Douyin and Xigua Video, has been transferred to TikTok, Douyin's sister app. She will be responsible for TikTok's products, content ecology and other businesses.