"It's no secret that Baidu's Japanese search engine never got much traction," admitted a Baidu spokesperson 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.
Alibaba today announced that its Aliyun platform, which started in China in 2009, is now adding a data center filled with servers in Silicon Valley.
It’s a similar situation to Xiaomi’s upcoming US debut – it’s all about ecommerce rather than smartphones.
The new app, called Airtake, preserves precious space on your mobile by not storing the photos on your phone at all. It's easy to get 100GB storage for free.
Netease has announced the establishment of a new US office and plans to release Chinese games localized for Western audiences beginning this year.
A lack of patents is one big reason Xiaomi phones aren't coming to the US this year. But another is that Xiaomi's biggest competitive advantage in China simply doesn't exist in the US.
Speaking at Xiaomi’s ‘meet the media’ event in San Francisco, Hugo Barra ruled out launching Xiaomi smartphones or tablets in the US in 2015.
We all need more juice for our phones, so Xiaomi's affordable battery pack is proving pretty popular.
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?
Momo, the Chinese location-based social network for meeting strangers with similar interests, has backed a new venture in the US – Blupe.
After Xiaomi yesterday won a temporary reprieve on its India sales ban, today Hugo Barra confirmed that sales of one phone model will restart in the country next week.
Teambition, a cloud-based collaboration and project management tool, secured a US$5 million series A round of funding led by IDG and followed by Vangoo Capital.
China’s OnePlus launched in India today, pricing the 64GB version of the OnePlus One phone at INR 21,999, which is US$355.
New 30-second radio and TV spots paid for by some of the biggest retailers in America claim Alibaba threatens “Main Street” businesses.
Xiaomi is seeing "higher emotion volume than even in China" among fans in India and Indonesia - that's according to Hugo Barra.