The FAST tail light makes your bike safer and cooler. That's a win-win, isn't it?
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Jide Tech’s Remix Mini $20 portable Android PC made Kickstarter history today by being the first Chinese project to raise over 1 million dollars on the crowdfun...
China’s biggest meal delivery startup, Ele.me (which means “Are you hungry?”), today revealed that it has secured US$630 million in series F funding.
Here's how all this is going to affect China’s startup scene, in which VC money has been flying thick and fast for some time.
Yet another drone maker saw its value shoot skyward on Monday when Ehang announced that it has raised a US $42 million series B round.
This post is all about WeChat, but it’s also about more than just WeChat. While seemingly just a messaging app, WeChat is actually more of a portal, a platform,...
A startup in China has hired a team of women as cheerleaders to motivate their (of course) mostly male developer team. W-T-actual-F.
Xiaomi isn’t the only company making good use of Android paired with cheap hardware. Also located in Beijing is a startup run by three ex-Googlers.
The Senth IN1 headset is like Google Glass for cyclists.
China Telecom connections to international sites have slowed to a glacial pace. Is this really a technical problem, or is Telecom pushing users towards a higher...
The Remix Mini has already raised more than US$1.1 million, and it still has plenty of time to go.
Chinese consumers are new to the concept of buying used cars, but they know the industry is dodgy and dirty.
IndoorAtlas wants to become Google Maps for shopping centers, train stations, and other enclosed structures by utilizing their unique magnetic fields.
China’s leading on-demand laundry startup, Edaixi, this week revealed it has secured US$100 million in series B funding.
China’s top Airbnb-like site today secured its biggest ever round of VC funding – to the tune of US$300 million.
When you think about online-to-offline (O2O) platforms in China you think about the basics that are available everywhere: food delivery, taxi services, edcuatio...
Online store Jiuxian, China’s top wine and beer ecommerce startup, this week revealed it has secured RMB 500 million (US$80 million) in series G funding.
Will financial muscle be enough to get Uber over the line in a rough street race in India up against strong startup rivals?