US investors, including Scott Nolan of Founders Fund and Sam Altman of Silicon Valley startup accelerator Y Combinator, participated in this funding round.
SmartNews, now number one in both US app stores for the news category, is making it look easy for Japanese startups to expand into the US - it's usually not.
A year ago, Tao Li was a high-level executive at Chinese web security firm Qihoo 360. Now, he's the founder of a startup called APUS that can already boast 30 million users of its app.
Spread across Singapore, New Zealand, Germany, the US, and India, Toby Ruckert and his team believe strongly in the power of a distributed team.
Earlier this week, the US announced a historic trade agreement with China, pending the ironing out of details and WTO approval. But it could be pretty bad news for Chinese tech firms.
The BBC has just started using the popular messaging app Line to share news.
The consumer confidence level in India currently is the highest in the world, according to a survey conducted by research firm Nielsen in 60 countries.
Sina Weibo’s US IPO – in which the Chinese social network is seeking to raise US$500 million – is still being cooked up, and today we got a few more details about what’s going on. Sina Weibo – a spin-...
They said Free To Play was going to make me cry. They weren’t wrong.
Last year, for the first time ever, mobile gaming revenue speared ahead of handheld consoles.
American tech biz accelerator 500 Startups has revealed its seventh batch of startups. The line-up includes five from Asia (Updated: We missed out one, so the list is bumped from four to five). So let...
Eevent, which has three Indonesian co-founders operating it from the both the US and Indonesia, has been acquired by US-based business development company EnvisionPoint.
Nexon and Ongamenet invite 8 foreign teams to Korea for Dota 2 Invitational Super Match, 4 teams confirmed
Things are looking lively for Dota 2 in Korea. Just a week after the Nexon Sponsorship League kicked off, Nexon is giving fans another treat. Today, Nexon and OnGameNet (OGN) announced the invitation ...
80 percent of all games revenue on Google Play is generated from US, Japan, and Korea.
UPDATE: Huawei says the Financial Times misunderstood what was said and actually it isn’t abandoning the US market. So much for the American dream. After struggling to overcome regulatory opposition a...
This question originally appeared on Quora, and the answer that follows was provided by Linus Chung, an avid user of Chinese and US internet products; he has lived in China for over three years, and i...