A new startup from Singapore is finding success on Kickstarter with a smartwatch of a very different kind.
It took only a few years for HTC to turn from a hot smartphone brand into a dinosaur. Here are the key moments- and 5 big reasons why HTC failed.
Hong Kong’s fast-growing tech startup industry got a sizable boost today with news of US$1.49 million in seed funding for Lamplight Analytics
Alibaba today rolled out its much-anticipated Netflix-style subscription video service, called TBO.
China’s biggest meal delivery startup, Ele.me (which means “Are you hungry?”), today revealed that it has secured US$630 million in series F funding.
On-off-on-off... The rumored postponement is similar to what happened in September 2014.
Stressed by an economic slowdown and a saturated market, China's smartphone market won't grow in 2015. That makes India the market to watch.
Not many startups expand into China, but workplace messaging app Eko is breaking the mold - led by its 20-year-old founder.
Smartisan struggled in a crowded market after its debut last year. But the startup is still keen to fight Apple and Xiaomi with this new phone.
The OnePlus 2 makes a superb first impression right out of the box. But our test threw up plenty of bugs and highlighted a few compromises.
A startup in China has hired a team of women as cheerleaders to motivate their (of course) mostly male developer team. W-T-actual-F.
Xiaomi isn’t the only company making good use of Android paired with cheap hardware. Also located in Beijing is a startup run by three ex-Googlers.
China’s Twitter-esque Weibo now has 212 million monthly active users (MAUs), the company said today in its Q2 2015 earnings report.
China’s Tencent, maker of the WeChat messaging app, has invested US$50 million in Kik Messenger. The funding was confirmed by Kik CEO Ted Livingston.
Alibaba is also hiring a lot more staff to form a regional hub in Southeast Asia.
Julius Koehler and his business partner very nearly didn't run into each other, which means their new startup almost didn't happen.
WeChat, China's ubiquitous messaging app, is valued at US$83.6 billion, a little under half of Tencent's current market capitalization.
China now has 668 million active internet users, but that's not growing much. All the spectacular growth is now in mobile.
The Senth IN1 headset is like Google Glass for cyclists.
Disruptive Chinese phone maker Xiaomi is now five years old. In that time it has accomplished a lot more than pretty much any other half-decade-old company.