The rise of the digital nomad coincides with the rise of the digital native, web 2.0, and smartphones. More and more people today leave office life behind to en...
MailTime parses out the body of emails so you just see the meat of the messages in a single chat dialogue - no salutations, no signatures, no timestamps.
China's newest meme: snap a photo of yourself while reaching behind your back and around your waist so that your hand covers your belly button.
The latest round of series B+ funding will be put toward development and expansion in the China market.
Edutech startups don't have the legacy or data to prove they're effective. Parents won't risk their children's precious free time on experimental methods.
APUS Browser looks to be gunning straight for UC Browser, the current market leader among third-party mobile browsers.
Storeganise is a white-labelled SaaS that turns traditional storage companies into high-tech on-demand valet storage services.
Beijing-based SmellMe is adding O2O services to its app in addition to the social networking features for cats and dogs.
"Booking a junk party should be as easy as booking a hotel online. It's not groundbreaking. It should exist. And that's why we did it."
Bao Pinche, like BlaBlaCar, targets drivers and passengers on long-distance trips, such as long commutes and holiday travel.
The Laser Egg claims to be the most accurate in its price range, and it connects to its fellow devices in the cloud to map out oases of clean air.
HWTrek, a Taipei startup that connects hardware makers with experts to help build marketable products, today announced it has completed a US$4M series A round.
Silver Lake led a $500M investment in Qunar. Qunar says Ctrip acquisition still on the table.
The new feature, Shun Feng Che, will focus on urban commuters starting in Beijing and roll out to 26 cities by the end of this month.
Lvmama, a Chinese tourism booking site, has received RMB 500 million (US$80 million) in series E funding from Jinjiang International Group.
Tata Elxsi wants to build the foundational technologies for tomorrow's startups, and isn't interested in making a quick buck.
MySnappyCart set out to be the Instacart of Hong Kong, but the city is proving to be a whole different animal than those tamed in the West.
Through Meirong Zongjian, users can request a beautician come straight to their home for a facial or massage. It raised US$15 million in series A funding.