By opting in to WeChat Sports, the app can read motion tracking data from your phone that’s pulled in from gadgets like a Fitbit, Nike Fuel, or a Xiaomi MiBand.
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Qualcomm’s battle with Chinese regulators over charges of monopoly practices has finally come to an end after more than a year of disputes.
The Xiaomi MiPad is priced at S$299 (US$220) in Singapore, and a comparable RM 799 in Malaysia.
China’s ecommerce titan Alibaba started the week by announcing a US$590 million investment in phone maker Meizu.
Om nom nom! Foodpanda just snapped up six rival sites across seven countries in a huge acquisitions spree.
Basically, the FlexPV is an electric motor that powers along anything that you slap it on – like a bicycle, a skateboard, a wheelchair, or an office chair.
Vietnam is one of a handful of markets around the world where Google faces a strong rival in search. It's Vietnamese challenger is called Coc Coc.
The Aussie startup now gets 75 percent of its revenue from outside of Australia, with the US now the biggest single market.
Twitter is set to open an R&D facility in India, the company confirmed today. This is not really a surprise, since it comes weeks after Twitter acquired local startup Zipdial.
Richard Hsu has been based in China for just over a decade and has seen some momentous changes in the tech industry in that time. He arrived in Beijing in 2004 as Intel Capital’s managing director for...
China now has 557 million mobile internet users, up from exactly 500 million at the end of 2013.
Uber touts this as “additional layers of screening,” but the company’s many missteps in the run-up to the rape tragedy reveal that its screening was practically non-existent.
Line, the popular messaging app with 181 million monthly active users at the last count, is set to launch online grocery deliveries across Southeast Asia.
Tripda is aimed at people who want to fill an empty seat in the car for a long trip. But this isn’t exactly hitchhiking – money must change hands.
2014 was a blockbuster year for smartphones, with 1.3 billion shipped in 2014, says the latest data from IDC.
Alibaba's Q4 earnings report reveals it now has more active shoppers than the entire population of the US. Yee-hawwwwwwwww!
Just over 40 percent of the stuff that Chinese people buy online is fake, said a recent government-backed report.