In China, online shopping done on smartphones and tablets will reach US$334 billion in 2015 – a record high 49.7 percent of total ecommerce expenditure.
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.
Qiku won't be investing in HTC anytime soon. But it will be releasing its smartphone next month. Can it really take on Xiaomi?
Instead of cashbacks or discount coupons, Gigato rewards users with data for using some of their favorite apps.
China has a ton of mobile gamers, but its much smaller PC crowd are still mostly the ones forking out the dough.
Mobkard, which initially focused on loyalty solutions for specific communities, is now available for use by any merchant.
A Vserv-Nielsen study details the profiles and behaviors of different segments of smartphone users in India.
Manish Chopra and Satish Mani, co-founders at Zovi, announced today they’ve raised US$50 million to launch a new venture, Little. The round was led by PayTM and...
10,000 Indonesians have signed a petition bring down the cost of data in remote areas like West Papua.
By using a combination of AI, machine learning, and geospatial data, this Japanese loyalty app filters out the noise to send tailored offers just for you.
China's virtual telecom operators were meant to make the market more competitive on price. But instead, they've been priced out of the game themselves.
On Thursday, the word Uber suddenly made articles disappear on WeChat. A technical glitch? That's why Tencent is claiming.
Berlin-based startup Glispa has been working with Asia’s ecommerce giants Alibaba, Flipkart, and Zalora to boost their user acquisition. Today it brings its nat...
Adtech titan InMobi unleashes a friendly, advertorial monkey that follows you around from app to app.
Credit card payments in India require a two-factor authentication. The Uber app now adheres to this regulation, showing that it will bend over backwards to buil...
In China, one new startup is eschewing Magic's reliance on SMS - so last century! - in favor of WeChat. They've come up with WeSecretary.
Property searches on mobile are growing 3x faster than on desktop, driven by the spread of smartphones and rise of young buyers in India.