China's biggest ridesharing app has invested in its biggest food delivery startup.
Elsewhere in the world, Google reigns surpreme, but in China, search is dominated by a different name: Baidu. One of China’s earliest successful internet companies, Baidu has grown from just a search company into an internet behemoth with offerings ranging from music and video to cloud storage and antivirus software. And with the company now facing increased pressure from rivals and expanding into Southeast Asia, it’s an exciting time to be watching Baidu.
To hell with data and objectivity. Let's get subjective up in here.
Baidu, China’s search juggernaut, now owns about 25 percent of Ctrip, the country’s most popular provider of train tickets, flights, hotel reservations, and oth...
Bolo.me is bringing live streaming - which has previously been mostly used for gaming and entertainment - into the world of cross-border ecommerce.
The Forbes’ China Rich List for 2015 is out now. Here are the 10 richest tech bosses in the country. The list finally includes one woman.
The partnership with TalkingData, which tracks users on 1.5 billion mobile devices, will improve targeting of mobile ads for InMobi.
In this latest episode, we speak to Kitty Fok (Country Manager, China) from IDC, we discuss the Chinese government’s five year plan specifically on their ambiti...
Uber today opened its API to app developers in China in a bid to become a ubiquitous service in the country.
Baidu is thinking about escaping the American stock market, where it says investors fail to understand the importance of its big O2O investments.
What does the future hold? Tech companies like Baidu and Microsoft have made videos to show you.
China's biggest internet companies are getting into the movie business.
When accessing foreign websites on the Chinese internet, things quickly go from bad to worse. Even sites that aren’t blocked by the nation’s extravagant censors...
Getting sick of your own face? Use Baidu's facial recognition tech to give yourself a new one.
In a speech, Kalanick said that Uber is just getting started in China and will soon expand to at least 100 Chinese cities.