In new numbers for Q2 2014 from Canalys, Xiaomi has leap-frogged Samsung to become China biggest smartphone brand in terms of shipments.
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Consumers in China will account for about 20 percent of global luxury sales in 2015 - that's worth US$29.1 billion.
The hotly anticipated WeChat edition of Candy Crush Saga is now out on Android.
Fashion estore WearYouWant has secured US$1.5 million in funding to help the startup grow and expand across Southeast Asia to rival Zalora.
“We think it’s a ridiculous accusation,” says one of the guys behind Oi, which is made by an Australian startup.
Viber is claiming an early lead ahead of all its messaging app rivals in the newly opened up country of Myanmar.
Chinese ecommerce titan Alibaba is making yet another investment in an American company by pouring $120 million into Kabam, a developer of online and mobile games.
5,000 EasyTaxi rides have so far been taken by people who booked in WeChat. The tie-up currently only works in Singapore.
“Very cheap, very cheap. Special price for you.” With those words of false promise, many a tourist to China has been ripped off.
Facebook is now showing a different notification icon to users in the eastern hemisphere. Facebookers in Asia and Africa now see their own continents in the icon.
China now has close to half a billion 3G subscribers, according to the newest data from the country’s three telcos.
Huawei shipped over 34 million smartphones so far this year thanks to big screens and emerging markets
Chinese gadget maker and telecoms giant Huawei shipped 34.27 million smartphones in the first six months of the year, the company revealed today.
Baidu CEO Robin Li hails the fact that the company’s mobile revenue now accounts for 30 percent of the web giant's total revenue.
Facebook hits new milestone, now makes an average of $1 from each of its 410 million active users in Asia
The newest Q2 2014 earnings release from Facebook shows yet more strong growth for the social network in Asia.
There’s so much talk of China’s web giants – led by Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent – that’s it’s easy to forget that there’s still space for startups in the market.
China has a new, video-based online learning site that’s different to other startups in this burgeoning sector.
KakaoTalk now has 520 social games, along with 20 million monthly active gamers.