This week: the agony and the ecstasy of Asia's taxi apps! My cohost Minh's microphone may be missing, but that won't stop me from breaking down the news.
A video chatting gadget that promises to bring your family closer together has raised a big series B in China following its sales launch earlier this month.
A mass protest by cab drivers in Luoyang led to Didi Dache and Kuaidi Dache offices in the city being closed by officials.
American messaging app Tango, which Alibaba put more than $200 million into last year, is expanding into ecommerce with the Chinese giant's help.
China's flatscreen TV market is pretty crowded. Have the country's top two internet companies that make smart TVs found a way in?
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China's most struggling jobs site just got bought by 58.com, probably for an incredibly small chunk of change.
Zhou Hongyi is aiming his JV with Coolpad straight at Xiaomi. But there are three big reasons I don't think he'll actually be able to catch Lei Jun's giant.
An online-only sanitary pad brand? You bet. China's Honeymate just raised a pre-A round and customers are already saying yes to its products.
Another Chinese real estate startup secures big funding. But this company has raised four full rounds in less than 12 months!
It's more trouble with the authorities for Chinese private-car apps, as Wuhan takes aim at Didi Dache's private car business.
Another week, another police raid on a local Uber office. Things are heating up in China.
China's online P2P lending market continues to grow, and it broke a new record for total deal volume in April. Guess how many billion the monthly P2P lending ma...
A survey conducted by the ACWF found that the more couples use smartphones in the evening, the less happy their marriages are.
A translated excerpt from an internal speech given by Alibaba chairman and founder Jack Ma, in which he talks about how Alibaba's top employees got to where the...
An app targeted at China's dancing grannies - the old ladies who dance in groups in supermarket parking lots and parks - has just raised a seed round.
Uber Guangzhou got raided last week, but the company still seems to be operating normally, aside from an apparent drop in the number of available drivers.
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