The refreshed LoveByte app adds in a lot of sharing between couples - of your battery level, your location, and the local weather.
A complex nexus of app discovery, engagement, and monetization - those are the main challenges facing startups and smaller app developers.
Music streaming service Guvera is taking the fight to Spotify in a bunch of Southeast Asian countries.
Authorities in China today issued interim provisions that crack down on WeChat and other messaging apps.
The MiPad is Xiaomi's first ever tablet. Here's our review of this new Android-based MiPad before it hits markets outside of China.
Fleksy, the gesture-based keyboard for smartphones, is now ready for Chinese.
Today Tesla revealed that it’s opening up sales across China by taking orders from people in a grand total of 38 cities.
5Rocks, a mobile game analytics startup that launched in April this year, has been acquired by US-based Tapjoy.
They’re not meant to replace WeChat or Weibo – indeed, many of these specialist social apps integrate with the country’s top social networks.
Uber, which first launched its app-connected limo service in Beijing in April, is now trying something new in the Chinese capital. Yesterday, Uber rolled out a ...
In new numbers for Q2 2014 from Canalys, Xiaomi has leap-frogged Samsung to become China biggest smartphone brand in terms of shipments.
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 gam...
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.