The head of Beijing's transportation committee has said that Uber's private-car business model is illegal. But that doesn't necessarily mean Uber and similar services are down for the count...
Beijing’s mayor just said it’s ‘not a liveable city.’ Here are 5 startup hubs in China that are much nicer
Every major city in China succumbs to pollution on some level, but there are other startup hubs in China to consider.
Beijing authorities announced Friday that they cannot agree on regulations concerning Uber and other private taxi-like apps, and that there is currently no timetable for a decision.
This new game is about falling down a hole. You might be shocked to learn that it was inspired by the creator's real-life, terrifying, painful accident.
After years, Beijing's bus wifi dream is finally a reality. And it's supposedly fast enough that it could actually impact other sectors of China's internet market.
This Chinese startup makes the best app that tracks pollution and air quality data across China.
Beijing, Tokyo, Shanghai, and Bangalore are the fastest growing startup hubs in the world in terms of the number of VC deals in the past two years.
If you live in Beijing, you're likely used to seeing traffic jams on your streets. But traffic jams on your phone? That's happening too, and it could be getting more frequent.
The company that cleans junk files on your phone now wants to clean the junk in your air.
With some help from the government, what used to be a street full of dusty old bookstores now houses over 300 startups.
The Facebook billionaire’s Mandarin wasn’t perfect. So what?
Spottly, a Pinterest-esque social network for the wanderlust-prone, has been active for over a year. Tech in Asia caught up with the Hong Kong team to see how the team has progressed.
What's it like to live the life of a Starcraft pro in Beijing? Take a peek for yourself!
Kimono puts the power of data analysis into the hands of anyone. No coding required.
As ChinaJoy continues to disappoint with its focus on eye-candy over games, expat gamers set out to make China's first for-the-fans convention in Beijing.
Uber, which first launched its app-connected limo service in Beijing in April, is now trying something new in the Chinese capital. Yesterday, Uber rolled out a ridesharing program especially for Beiji...