After Xiaomi, Alibaba, and Tencent, another Chinese giant Cheetah Mobile revealed its big plans for India today.
There's some serious money to be made from boring utility apps, according to the latest report from Beijing-based PapayaMobile's mobile ad platform, AppFlood.
After leading a series B investment in the Boston-based adtech firm, Cheetah continues to bridge the east and west with utilities.
CEO Fu Sheng is a hungry cheetah.
The makers of the world's most popular mobile utilities suite are offering funding for fledging Taiwan companies.
Many of the of the world's most popular battery savers, speed boosters, and mobile browsers were created by China's legacy tech giants. What explains this?
China's got a hunger for cleaner air, and Beijing app company Cheetah Mobile might have a hit on its hands with its new smart air filter.
The company that cleans junk files on your phone now wants to clean the junk in your air.
Come September, the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC), which has been a regular fixture in China, will arrive in India.
Temasek put US$17.2 million into ecommerce site JD.com, and another US$12.8 million into security software firm Cheetah Mobile.
Clean Master is ranked number one in Google Play's Tools category, and number four out of all non-games after Facebook, WhatsApp, and Facebook Chat.
Yesterday, in an interview with Sina Tech at GMIC, Kingsoft CEO Fu Sheng made an announcement: soon, the company plans to release a mobile version of its popula...