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.
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.
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.
The Senth IN1 headset is like Google Glass for cyclists.
Xiaomi is updating most of its phones to a new version of its Android skin later this week. In the update to MIUI 7 is this new feature: Yes, you can set videos...
Xiaomi's customary summer launch event - its fifth ever - just kicked off in Beijing.
Are you willing to connect a social media account in order to get free wifi? This startup is hoping you're cool with that.