Before Alibaba’s long-awaited IPO hits Wall Street later this summer, the ecommerce giant will have its finger in one new pie – it’s going to be a mobile telco ...
The Chinese makers of file transfer app Zapya have secured US$20 million in series B funding from IDG to help grow the business both in China and overseas.
China’s top car rental site files for IPO to raise $400 million, but chooses Hong Kong over New York
There seems to be no stopping Chinese tech IPOs this year. Yet another big one is coming up from China Auto Rental, the country's top self-drive rentals site.
India’s small neighborhood shops are resisting the slow rise of supermarket chains and the ecommerce industry by being remarkably efficient.
The new Kiwi Calendar app promises to help users balance work and play with useful labels, like you see in Gmail, to help you separate out and visualize your a...
GrabTaxi now has an extra $15 million to play with after its series B funding. We find out what's next in its battle to keep growing amidst strong rivals.
WeChat is taking its ecommerce ambitions one big step forward today by allowing anyone to set up a store inside WeChat.
Malaysia-based GrabTaxi, which runs an app-connected taxi booking service, has secured US$15 million in series B funding led by GGV Capital.
Chinaccelerator held its fifth Demo Day yesterday for its newest batch of graduating startups. Here's what we saw.
This afternoon at approximately 3:30 pm local time, many people across Thailand noticed that Facebook is inaccessible in the country.
There’s now a way to send a gift to someone inside WeChat – and it’s really easy to do. The newly-launched service is created by a Chinese startup called Giftpa...
China’s web crackdown in the past couple of months has been wide-ranging, extending from pornography to the spread of online rumors.
This afternoon, Thailand’s second biggest mobile telco company, Dtac, revealed that it saw a big surge in mobile data usage as the coup enters second day.
At 10:30am local time this morning, representatives of Thailand’s internet service providers were summoned to meet with the leaders of the military coup.
Chinese estore JD (NASDAQ:JD) hit stock markets moments ago. After initially pricing its shares at $19 earlier today, the stock actually debuted at $21.75.
Earlier this week, the pixel-perfect Secret clone vanished from the iOS App Store in mysterious circumstances. Now it’s heading back with a new name and a refre...
JD goes public today upon opening of Thursday’s trading. The company has just priced its shares at $19 each, which is above the initial $16 to $18 range it advi...