Here’s the weirdest China ecommerce news so far this year – and possibly all year: Amazon just opened up a store on Alibaba’s marketplace, Tmall.
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Glassjar launches this week as an app aimed at the US market. The startup is currently incubated at Y Combinator.
Alibaba today announced that its Aliyun platform, which started in China in 2009, is now adding a data center filled with servers in Silicon Valley.
It’s a similar situation to Xiaomi’s upcoming US debut – it’s all about ecommerce rather than smartphones.
The new app, called Airtake, preserves precious space on your mobile by not storing the photos on your phone at all. It's easy to get 100GB storage for free.
2 years after pitching on reality TV show, this Malaysian ecommerce startup pockets series A funding
A finalist on Malaysian startup pitching TV show 'Make The Pitch' in 2012, fashion ecommerce store FashionValet has now secured series A funding.
Rocket Internet churned out a new startup today with the launch of Everjobs. It’s a jobs classifieds site that launches first in Sri Lanka and Myanmar.
But is Samsung's metal-and-glass redesign for the S6 enough to fend off strongly-specced phones from the likes of Xiaomi, OnePlus, and Oppo?
One Tesla driver in China took matters into his own hands by plugging his Tesla Model S into a utility pole.
Google is today rolling out support for the Burmese language in Gmail. Users in Myanmar can now find an option for their language in Gmail’s settings pane.
Bitcoin enthusiasts in China exchanged a total of RMB 10 million (US$1.6 million) in Chinese New Year gifts using the cryptocurrency.
As China's web censorship piled on, the American entrepreneur behind Pay4bugs decided that Hong Kong would be a better base for his startup.
Although HomeLane features an online 3D planning tool to help visualize what your decorated home might look like, much of the startup’s service happens offline.
Xiaomi's Mi4 and the Mi Note are like the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The looks and specs are very similar; the main difference is the size.
Amidst all the other Chinese New Year festivities, China’s WeChat users sent each other an astonishing 1.01 billion red envelopes.
During the 24-hour period of Chinese New Year’s Eve, users of the Alipay Wallet app gifted a lot of cash to their buddies and family members.