China's WeChat has just shut down sharing connections between WeChat and a number of Alibaba apps, including Alipay's red envelope service.
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.
With Andy OS you can run all your favorite mobile apps like WhatsApp, Viber, or Instagram seamlessly across devices. DeNA and China Rocks are its backers along with the mobile fund of 500 Startups.
China now has 557 million mobile internet users, up from exactly 500 million at the end of 2013.
Pre-orders do not equate to sales, but the figure provides a strong outlook for the smartphone maker that just re-entered China under its new owner, Lenovo.
Tantan is pretty much just Tinder for the Chinese market. But in the wake of Momo's massive IPO, even that is enough to attract a US$5M series A.
The rise of Chinese brands in the smartphone market does have its limit. There is one place that Chinese brands, at least for the moment, simply can't go.
Machine translations services like Google Translate, which one might presume to be Flitto's biggest competitors, are actually Flitto's biggest customers.
UberX’s base fare starts at Rp 3,000 (23 cents) aka very cheap.
2014 was a blockbuster year for smartphones, with 1.3 billion shipped in 2014, says the latest data from IDC.
At the start, the founder wasn’t even sure how startups worked - things such as “funding” and “culture” were a vague notion to him.
ZTE isn’t tuned in to what consumers have to say – a connection that Xiaomi not only values, but relies on.
Motorola revealed today that it has sold three million smartphones in India since the brand relaunched in the country in February 2014.
That's growth of 126 percent year-on-year.
Samsung released its Q4 2014 earnings report today, revealing an entirely expected slump in smartphone sales caused by sharper and cheaper competition around the world. Here are the highlights (or, mo...
A startup with feet in Taiwan and Singapore is hoping its social media monitoring software will take off in Asia and Latin America.
Mi 4, priced at INR 19,999 (US$325), will be sold exclusively on Indian ecommerce site Flipkart.
APUS Group, a mobile startup jointly based in San Francisco and Beijing, just raised a massive US$100 million series B round less than a year after the company was founded.