A Baidu spokesperson tells Tech in Asia that Keru Cloud "fits in very well with what we're doing as far as connecting people with services."
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Available only in two cities right now, Diandao has just secured US$5 million in series A funding to assist with its growth.
Barry Freeman, Jimubox CFO and co-founder, tells Tech in Asia that the earlier tie-up with Xiaomi helped the startup see a big boost in traffic.
A new startup from Beijing that specializes in salad delivery today announced it raised "tens of millions" of RMB (at least $1.6M) in a series A funding round.
New Oriental founder and CEO Michael Yu has bought into a Beijing-based apartment rental website and app that wants to bring the process into what it calls "rental 4.0".
Chinese intellectual property services startup registers your trademark for free, gets $3.7M funding
Zhiguoguo, an online legal services startup specializing in intellectual property, secured US$3.7M in series A funding led by Matrix Partners.
Ensogo CEO Kris Marszalek believes that this will help the ecommerce firm become the dominant flash sales player in Southeast Asia.
Mobile A/B testing startup Splitforce announced today it has been acquired by marketing and analytics platform Localytics for an undisclosed sum.
Tiantian Yongche, a carpool and ridesharing app, announced it has received an undisclosed series C round of funding led by Baidu, followed by Sequoia Capital.
Impression Pi, an upcoming virtual reality headset made by uSens, has made some big promises that it probably can’t keep.
Between Dianping itself and a couple of other investments, Tencent has China’s growing food delivery sector on lockdown.
Now based in Seattle, the Chinese entrepreneurs have created Pixotale as a way for people to tell a story with a bunch of photos.
Kuaile Shidai, which runs Qufenqi, has secured almost US$100 million in series D funding led by Kunlun Worldwide, a Chinese online and mobile game publisher.
Qingchifan, a location-based app for meeting up with strangers for dinner dates, has raised a series B round of funding from Vertex Ventures and Sequoia Capital
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