Xiaomi will start its account in India with the flagship Mi3 priced at INR 14,299 (US$250) on July 15. Micromax, Karbonn, Xolo, and others should be jittery.
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.
Pokket is an Indian startup that has created a marketplace for consumers to get apps, games, and other digital content without paying a single cent.
Mobile devices have been crying out for a decent MOBA and at last, it has arrived. Ladies and gentlemen, meet Fates Forever.
Launch of Xiaomi’s Redmi Note in Singapore sees 5,000 phones sold within 42 seconds, breaking last record
This means that Singapore continues to hold the record for the fastest Xiaomi debut sell-out among all the new countries that the Chinese phone-maker has gone t...
While GrabTaxi currently has the second largest fleet of cab drivers locally, it remains to be seen if they can replicate their performance with luxury car hire...
Tencent says advertisers can target audiences by gender, age, and region, and will get feedback about exposure, number of clicks, and click-through rate.
Xiaomi founder Lei Jun revealed today that the upstart phone-maker’s flagship device, the Mi3, has hit 10 million sales.
We’re back with a whole slew of games for you to play this weekend. Check out some of the best Asian mobile games from June 27 to July 4!
Android/iOS app inLoyal stores all your loyalty programs in your phone, and lets you benefit from all the deals, discounts, and other rewards that brands offer.
While everyone’s talking about Tencent’s recent social media success with WeChat, the 16-year-old internet giant still has a vast web empire it’s building up.
The missed call is a lucrative business in India. Facebook now wants to tap on that by working with Bangalore startup Zipdial.
Indian movie studio Balaji Motion Pictures has just put its entire library of Bollywood films on Vuclip, a global mobile content provider.
Before Google's phone could arrive, Indian ecommerce leader Flipkart has pressed ahead by launching a range of budget smartphones, starting at about US$45.
India now has 243.2 million internet users and 106 million active social media users, according to the newest numbers available for mid-way through 2014.
Xiaomi sells 26.1 million smartphones in first half of 2014, still on target for 60 million this year
Xiaomi founder Lei Jun said this morning that the Chinese phone-maker has sold 26.11 million smartphones in the first half of 2014.
How can a parent effectively manage how their kids use a smartphone or tablet and get them to disconnect at appropriate times? TimeAway wants to be the solution...
You've already got over 200 million downloads and 10 million active users in China. What to do next? This Chinese startup is now trying to expand overseas.
Deliberate missed calls are a curious phenomenon particular to several developing nations in Asia as well as across Africa.
To a tech savvy Chinese person, the release of Smartisan T1 wasn’t really about another Android smartphone.
Xiaomi’s first sale of Mi3 smartphones in the Philippines today marks its slowest sell-out ever.
The Bank of Indonesia defines electronic money as the kind of money that is stored on a system like a server or chip. They are used by consumers as either ewall...
Competition is stiff in Singapore's mobile operator space. But MyRepublic argues a 4th operator could liven things up more.
Half of Myanmar’s mobile internet users came online during the past 12 months. They're using Android smartphones and checking out messaging apps.
WeChat got a minor update on iOS overnight that adds in the ability for users to transfer money to each other.
New figures from China's MIIT show that people in China now send an average of 39.8 text messages per month – which is barely more than one per day.
These are Games in Asia’s mobile gaming picks of the past two weeks, from June 6 to June 20! And this round, you get two weeks worth of new Asian mobile games i...
More than six months after China’s Twitter-esque Sina Weibo launched a mobile wallet, the social network is about to roll out user-to-user money transfers.
This new scoring and text commentary app for the 2014 World Cup touts itself as the best and most useful football app. Perhaps surprisingly, it's made in Pakist...
The startup team behind Groopic, the clever photo app that puts the photographer back into the picture, has secured funding to help it build more products.