The localized content provider hopes to dethrone Google Play on Android in Indonesia, and it just got a fresh hit of capital from a Japanese VC firm.
With Andy OS you can run all your favorite mobile apps like WhatsApp, Viber, or Instagram seamlessly across devices. DeNA and China Rocks are its backers along with the mobile fund of 500 Startups.
Japanese consumers will be the first outside of the US and Canada to receive the Android TV-powered device.
Most users still use 4-inch devices with 800x480p resolution.
The "Xiaoqi" gamepad is now on sale for RMB 99 (US$16) in batches of 2,000 via flash sale on its official website.
2015 looks set to be the year that Xiaomi’s rivals catch up in terms of strong specs for low prices.
Now that Motorola is owned by China’s Lenovo, Moto is making a return to the country - but minus all the Google apps.
The phone has very decent hardware, but we’re pretty mixed when it comes to its ‘Amigo’ Android skin.
This is great news, since only 3.2 percent of Indonesians own credit cards.
Apart from the flash sales at Flipkart, the Redmi Note will also be sold at the Indian Telco Airtel’s flagship stores starting December 2.
Finally, after years of waiting, app developers in China can now make money from their Android apps in the Google Play store.
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.
Here’s 13 Vietnamese mobile app studios that are available for client work. They come from all backgrounds to build mobile apps for foreign and local clients.
Nokia Series 40, Series 60, Asha, and Nokia X platform device users will be redirected from Nokia Store to the well-curated Opera mobile store by early next year.
Chinese smartphones brands are quickly squeezing out foreign phone makers in the China market, according to new data that covers hundreds of millions of Chinese phone users.
The part of Nokia that wasn’t sold off to Microsoft showed that it’s still in business today with the surprising reveal of a budget Android tablet called the N1.