China's Baofeng Mojing, which makes what is essentially a fancy version of Google Cardboard for $15, just raised US$10M in a round that values the company at more than $50M.
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Yet another of China's major streaming video players is getting into the smart hardware game.
China’s Tencent broke new ground on Monday when its stock (00700.HK) closed at HK$170.50, bringing the company’s total market value above US$200 billion for the first time ever. Tencent has been one o...
Unless you'd like a dose of 6,000 times the legal limit of hormones, we suggest buying your health-related products via a different platform. WeChat ecommerce has a glaring flaw.
Fear not, the international press is lying to you. Apple Watch Edition models are still available in China.
Yet another Chinese Uber-style app has raised a big sum of money, and interestingly it's Uber partner Baidu who led the round.
Over the past few years, China’s largest tech companies – Tencent, Alibaba, etc. – have been on a massive investment kick. For example, in 2014 Alibaba invested in everything from maps to apps to socc...
If you're on the fence about our Tech in Asia Singapore 2015 conference, here's one good reason to hop off: Kevin Hale.
Wowo, also known as 55tuan, has finally achieved its US IPO dreams. NASDAQ:WOWO, look it up.
Tesla's new version of the Model S is its most affordable yet, but it still costs a lot of extra cash in China.
Bitspark has raised a new six-figure USD funding round and secured a new partnership that allows it to offer 100% multisignature deposits for increased security.
Shenzhen-based aerial camera maker DJI announced today that it will launch the latest edition in its Phantom quadcopter series, the Phantom 3.
Snail Games has reignited its IPO plans with a new goal of listing in China. But the company's prospectus reveals some concerning information.
Baidu's fight with the Putian hospital group is getting uglier, with the group now reportedly threatening to "beat up" doctors who keep running ads on Baidu.
Last week, the international press jumped all over the story of a new Chinese app that offers quotations from Xi Jinping. But how are Chinese users actually responding to the app?
To Western game developers, China’s mobile gaming market looks like a potential goldmine. Mobile game revenues in the Middle Kingdom have been shooting up at breakneck speed – 2014’s mobile gaming rev...