There's some serious money to be made from boring utility apps, according to the latest report from Beijing-based PapayaMobile's mobile ad platform, AppFlood.
There’s an app for that. It’s become less of a company slogan and more of the mobile generation’s mantra. Dozens, even hundreds of new apps are released every day, and only a very small percentage ever see the daylight of success. Still, we continue to see the innovation of mobile apps infiltrate our daily lives, replacing tedious tasks and entire industries alike.
Are taxi apps like Uber legal in China? Right now, authorities say no. But drivers are starting to bring their fight into China's court system.
To the uninitiated, LeTV's comparing Apple to Hitler might seem like a ridiculous PR misstep. But the company is actually following in the footsteps of China's ...
The Hong Kong based startup makes money by selling virtual goods on its girly games.
Chinese video streaming site LeTV branched out into smartphones today with the launch of three models based at the high end of the market. At an event in Beijin...
Rather than pulling him away from work, "distractions" on the road actually gave Jay Meistrich the motivation needed to get work done.
Yet another of China's major streaming video players is getting into the smart hardware game.
Yet another Chinese Uber-style app has raised a big sum of money, and interestingly it's Uber partner Baidu who led the round.
China's most popular messaging app takes the stage for KTV.
India’s online grocery sector is hotting up after Amazon recently entered the scene. Now startup service Grofers is expanding.
Is this enough to stop apps from taking over the world and bleeding telcos dry?
A three-wheeler booking service is a first for Uber, which had started out with only luxury sedans when it first arrived in India.
Tokyo-based live-streaming service Twitcasting, launched in 2010, just broke 10 million users - without any love from Silicon Valley.
Now based in Seattle, the Chinese entrepreneurs have created Pixotale as a way for people to tell a story with a bunch of photos.
Sakay.ph brands itself as ‘the Google Maps or Waze for commuting,’ only better.
The money will go towards building an ubiquitous mobile wallet for Indians.
It's hard to believe, but once the devices are paired, any image or text that is copied on one device will appear right away on the other.
PressPlay offers passengers a wide selection of entertainment in the form of movies, games and songs while they are traveling in bus.
Xiaomi’s India boss, Manu Kumar Jain, today announced new ways for Indian consumers to buy its smartphones or tablets, including via Amazon.