Wanda Group's upcoming online-to-offline play is looking increasingly vague, and increasingly well-funded.
China is often called a land of contradictions, and its tech industry is no different. Yes, the middle kingdom is the source of some hackers and copycats, but it’s also the source of some startling innovation, one of the world’s most unique and vibrant internet cultures, and some of the most passionate techies and gamers in the universe. China’s internet may be censored but that hasn’t stopped web, gaming, and mobile startups from springing up all over the country. Here at Tech in Asia we’ve got it all: the good, the bad, and the ugly. The hottest startups, the craziest copycats, and the darkest tales of censorship in Asia.
Where's the money flowing for earlier stage startups? By narrowing down the playing field to A rounds, you can get an idea (hint: China and ecommerce).
Chinese search giant Baidu has quietly launched a voice search app specially built for Android Wear smartwatches.
As with the original Redmi, the new Redmi 2 costs just US$110 (RMB 699 in China) and packs some pretty strong specifications for the price.
The race to provide Asia with on-demand, intra-city deliveries heats up.
Gmail is back in China. Sort of. Well, OK, it's really screwed up and it could take you more than 10 minutes to send a simple email...
Re/code, the tech blog that’s home to All Things D emigres Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg, is now available in Chinese.
A reverse image search on the purported Xiaomi laptop reveals that the photo actually comes from 2011. Oooops!
If a thin, capable smartphone with excellent build quality outweighs the details sacrificed to make it so, then the R5 is for you.
Xiaomi obliterated months of rumors and blind guesses today by confirming a new US$1.1 billion round of funding.
Tencent today launched the website for what will likely be the first ever private internet bank in the People’s Republic of China.
Gmail users in China are this weekend finding that Google’s email service is totally inaccessible in the country.
China’s government-run online train ticket sales site 12306 has been causing problems since pretty much the moment it was launched. It broke during its first Spring Festival rush back in 2011, and sin...
A Chinese chicken delivery service has gotten attention from Sichuan investors for its spicy brand of WeChat-based ecommerce.
A few gems have shined through the muck and really made us think, "that doesn't suck." Here's my top 10 for 2014
Wanda Group, the brick-and-mortar conglomerate that formed a US$814 million joint venture with Baidu and Tencent, bought a stake in online payment firm 99Bill.
We wrote about 200 articles about China-based startups during the course of 2014, so we thought it’d be fun to look into which of those were your favorites.