Chinese mobile phone startup Smartisan has been making big moves this year. This past spring, its launch event for its T1 smartphone became ...
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There’s an app for that. It’s become less of a company slogan and more of the mobile generation’s mantra. Dozens, even hundreds of new apps are released every day, and only a very small percentage ever see the daylight of success. Still, we continue to see the innovation of mobile apps infiltrate our daily lives, replacing tedious tasks and entire industries alike.
Intel confirmed today that it’s paying RMB 9 billion (US$1.47 billion) to take a 20 percent stake in Chinese chip-maker Spreadtrum.
It looks like the actual number of smartphone users in Vietnam may be smaller than we thought. It's 22 million, not 33 million.
The game saved Mixi. Can it make it big in America?
The Apple App Store's review process is in need of an urgent overhaul. Here are 3 suggestions how.
YouTube offline will resolve one of the main pain-points for budget smartphone users in India - unreliable and unaffordable downloads.
The budget smartphone market has just got shaken up again with the unveiling of Google's Android One in India at $105. Here are 5 ways in wh...
The international partnership will start from October.
Samsung today confirmed that its newest flagship, the Galaxy Note 4, will launch in China and South Korea this week.
Jolla is priced just a bit more than Mi 3. But then all those frustrated by Xiaomi flash sales might find the smartphone from the land of No...
Flappy Bird put Vietnam on the map. It underlined a little known fact about Vietnam, it has a burgeoning gaming market.
For a bit of extra income, these people form the frontlines in the massive iPhone 6 grey market.
Vietnam’s smartphone penetration recently hit 36 percent. That’s over 33 million people in 2014. What could this mean for the budding So...
Another taxi app enters the cab booking arena in Singapore. This time it's Uber, which previously only allowed users to book private vehicle...
The popular social app wants to take your money, now.
Its biggest markets by user count are now Japan, Indonesia, and Thailand - but that's not necessarily where its money is coming from.