Real estate in China is broken, and Okay.com wants to fix it.
Baidu is thinking about escaping the American stock market, where it says investors fail to understand the importance of its big O2O investments.
"When you've got one or two million, that's your money and you're very happy. When you've got ten or twenty million, then the problems come."
At a press conference in the US, American ridesharing app and Uber competitor Lyft just announced officially that it has partnered with Didi Kuaidi to integrate...
What does the future hold? Tech companies like Baidu and Microsoft have made videos to show you.
A new monitoring system is catching Chinese officials...ahem..."wasting time" online during work hours.
China's biggest internet companies are getting into the movie business.
China's biggest ridesharing O2O company is looking at working with its biggest food delivery O2O startup.
Dell says that 42% of the PCs it sells in China are NeoKylin machines. Is that a win for China's kinda-homegrown OS?
Getting sick of your own face? Use Baidu's facial recognition tech to give yourself a new one.
China's startup scene has been exploding with ever-larger funding rounds. But industry insiders - and SEC documents - suggest that the big numbers you see in th...
As is its wont in September, Apple just announced the latest devices in its iPhone and iPhone Plus lines. Now when can Asia get its hands on these sexy new toys...
Qihoo 360 and Coolpad planned a smartphone joint venture that would see them taking on Xiaomi. But now, less than a year later, they're engaged in a bitter divo...
Alibaba is making Singles Day even more like a real holiday by arranging a major TV countdown event for the night before.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick just confirmed Uber is raising a US$1.2 billion round, but it still isn't closed and details remain scarce. What's taking Uber so long?
The FAST tail light makes your bike safer and cooler. That's a win-win, isn't it?
In celebration of the end of World War II and the coming of peace, Tencent just released a video glorifying China's victory in a hypothetical near-future war. H...
A change in government policy could prove to be a huge boon for Tesla sales in China.
Wang Xing, the founder of Chinese daily deals site Meituan, could be called many things, but original isn't one of them.