In 2016, China is expected to blow past the US for the first time , hitting US$7.7 billion in mobile gaming revenues to become the top market for mobile games.
While Facebook’s revenue from Asia is growing, the vast majority of that is from advertising. So what about in-app purchases and stickers...?
In Asia, the headline number is that Facebook now has 471 million monthly active users (MAUs) in Q1 2015. In terms of daily active users, it's 270 million.
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.
That's a lot of phones in not not much time.
Zhou Qunfei started out on the factory floor at a company that made glass for watches. Now her company is making the glass for the Apple Watch.
They make a median RMB 9,420 (US$1,515) per month. By comparison, the median salary for a web developer in America is US$4,473.
China’s startups pulled in well over US$7.5 billion in investment cash in 2014. After all that, let's see who are now the top-funded startups.
The Philippines leapfrogs Vietnam, which drops to the fourth spot, according to the IDC.
Philippine budget phone maker Cherry Mobile overtakes South Korean giant Samsung as the leading smartphone vendor in the Philippines in 2014, IDC reports.
Youku and sister site Tudou now get 900 million views each day and have 150 million daily active users, the company revealed today.
Also, Tencent's profits reached RMB 23.9 billion (US$3.9 billion), up 53 percent year-on-year.
The latest numbers from China's MIIT show that mobile broadband users now account for nearly half of China's mobile market, and among them 4G users are growing quickly.
Weibo, China’s Twitter-like social network, continues to grow – albeit slowly. Weibo ended 2014 with 175.7 million monthly active users (MAUs).
JD, China's second-biggest ecommerce company after Alibaba, today announced its fourth quarter 2014 earnings report.
Over the Spring Festival break, China has consumed a massive heaping of mobile data.
The telco-backed marketplace is approaching its one-year anniversary, and CEO James Lee lets the public in on how much has been invested to date.