China's censors aren't a big fan of sexy photos. At least not when they're being used by internet companies to "hype" things and attract reader and viewer eyeballs.
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Rumor has it Qihoo is planning to acquire a mobile handset maker. And when questioned about that rumor, Qihoo CEO Zhou Hongyi did not deny it.
China's biggest game company has set up a new partnership to give it another window into Japan's mobile gaming market.
Baidu is reportedly about to sink $600 million into Uber. But with the company embroiled in a safety scandal and PR faux pas, is this the kind of partnership Baidu really wants?
Shooter.cn may be gone for good, but Yyets is back...sort of. It's under a new name and it doesn't have half as many subtitles on offer, but it appears to be back out from under the shadow of Chinese ...
Another game console is coming to China's shores, but once again the actual games on offer don't look all that enticing.
Yesterday, Alibaba revealed its latest move towards the gaming space: a new social mobile gaming platform called KTplay. Created together with Beijing-based mobile game startup Yodo1, KTplay is a bit ...
For the second quarter in a row, year-on-year revenue growth in China's mobile gaming has slowed. Could the industry's breakneck-speed development finally have passed its plateau?
LeTV is taking this electric car thing very seriously, and it has already assembled some talent from places like Tesla and BMW in its Silicon Valley team.
So Puzzle & Dragons is finally coming to China next year. But are Chinese gamers in 2015 going to be all that excited about playing 2013's hottest mobile game?
Apple has released its top charts for China in 2014, and they're strongly dominated by Chinese-developed apps.
LeTV's CEO has revealed that his company is working on an electric car, and in the long run, it plans to topple the world's top automakers.
YY has acquired famous IELTS teacher Zheng Renqiang and his Beijing-based tech company to bolster its online education offerings, and more acquisitions could be on the way.
iQiyi is upset with a LeTV product that seems to be profiting from iQiyi's video library without paying for it, and it's taking the matter to court.
Jack Ma breaks down the problem with China's education system by breaking down the word "education," and explains why he's glad he didn't go to Tsinghua University.
Tuniu and LY.com have been battling in China's online travel market, and now Qunar and Ctrip have started firing shots too. A price war seems imminent.
Following the Chinese government's ruling in the Qualcomm antitrust case, smaller tech companies like Xiaomi could be at risk for bring gouged on patent fees. The solution? Invest in developing patent...