Canva revealed today that it’s grown to 600,000 registered users and now has US$3.6 million in fresh funds to help it grow.
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Ecommerce titan Alibaba has a new social network. It’s a sort of Instagram that’s based around tagging brand names that appear in your photos.
Apple is set to open its 11th store in mainland China later this month. The upcoming Chongqing Apple Store will open on July 26.
The Chinese developer of Dolphin, a popular web browser for Android and iOS, has sold a 51 percent stake for US$91 million.
China’s online video sites have boomed in recent years, with surprisingly little in the way of regulation compared to the nation’s heavily locked-down broadcast TV. Now the nation’s 450 million online...
Today Autonavi confirmed it has accepted the Alibaba deal for that acquisition price, pending the approval of shareholders.
Singapore WeChat users can now book taxis inside app, more countries to follow in EasyTaxi partnership
WeChat users in Singapore can now book a taxi inside the messaging app thanks to a tie-up with EasyTaxi. It’s the first such move by WeChat outside of its native China.
Despite scooping up Hugo Barra, Google’s former Android VP, Chinese phone-maker Xiaomi is still slower than some rivals at Android updates.
Online food ordering service TastyKhana cooked up a major update today, more than doubling the number of Indian cities where it’s available. TastyKhana now covers 10 new cities, bringing the total up ...
Line is set to file for a huge IPO with the Tokyo Stock Exchange, according to reports today.
Pakistan's smartphone adoption has reached between 7 and 10 percent of the population. And Android is top. See more data for 2014 in this infographic.
Some Google services unblocked in China after last month’s crackdown [UPDATE: They’re blocked again!]
Today web users in mainland China are finding that some of Google’s sites and products are now unblocked and accessible.
Flipkart revealed that shoppers have bought one million Motorola phones in the past five months. That covers three models: the Moto E, Moto G, and Moto X.
Viral video fans across Asia have a new site to turn to for a curated batch of the latest lulz-worthy vids. It's called LOL Lah.
Is this the Xiaomi Mi4? Xiaomi founder Lei Jun today teased the launch of the ‘4’, presumably the successor to the Mi3, on July 22.
China’s top search engine, Baidu, says it scored 100 percent accuracy in predicting the outcome of World Cup quarter-final and group of 16 games.
WeChat is used by celebrities, media outlets, small companies, and major brands to reach out to people. Trouble is, it has a huge problem with fake brand accounts.