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.
We talk to Didi Kuaidi VP Stephen Zhu about the Chinese ride-hailing app’s goals.
Letv is taking Xiaomi's flash sales model and using it to creep up on China's biggest smartphone startup.
Despite the constant testing most developers and publishers implement to measure app’s user engagements and user on boarding, not enough focus is applied to the...
Analysts are lowering their estimates for iPhone 6S sales, but now there's another bad sign for Apple coming out of China.
Ahead of the distribution of Japan’s first same-sex marriage certificates, AU, Docomo, and SoftBank have extended their family plans to gay couples.
Moovit uses crowdsourced data to channel information in real-time.
China’s ride-hailing wars are officially on. Homegrown giant Didi Kuaidi dominates the business of hailing taxis in China, but American-import Uber has been mak...
Chinese phone maker OnePlus this afternoon unveiled a new budget smartphone that starts at US$249.
Telstra is looking to partner with the Philippines’ San Miguel to disrupt the duopoly of PLDT and Globe in the archipelago nation.
Nintendo and DeNA stock were down 10 and 15 percent, respectively, after Nintendo’s president unveiled their first mobile game.
Line added only one million monthly active users (MAUs) in the three months from June to September. That's really bad.
China's Huawei and Xiaomi are going head-to-head in sales, and this quarter Huawei is winning. But what about consumer sentiment? Which of the two companies do ...
Nintendo is going mobile. But it's 2015: isn't it too late for the Japanese gaming giant to jump on the mobile gaming bandwagon?
More and more players are entering the mobile payments space in Southeast Asia yet most consumers aren’t biting. That’s about to change.
Tim Cook hailed “Apple’s most successful year ever” as it pulled in US$234 billion in revenue in the 12 months from October 2014 to September 2015.
The taxi-hailing service celebrated its 2nd anniversary in India on Friday.