Data is changing the way companies respond to their consumer’s needs. Although wearables have been around for a while, companies are only now starting to find w...
Alibaba's quarterly results show that for the first time ever, the company's ecommerce revenue came mostly from mobile users.
The company says this sets a new record for the fastest one million sales for a new smartphone brand.
Fuller conquered the Japanese Android data analytics market with its free applications. Now it’s headed to Silicon Valley.
“They’re sitting on a gold mine of user data, superior to what’s been accumulated by the likes of Facebook or Google,” Zeotap co-founder Projjol Banerjea tells ...
China has a ton of mobile gamers, but its much smaller PC crowd are still mostly the ones forking out the dough.
A new report from CNNIC shows that China's massive internet has continued to grow. But actually, in some ways it's smaller than you might think.
If your business relies on storing sensitive data, say a client contact database, this post is for you.
CCTV says that the Apple iPhone is wasting a ton of data in standby mode. And they don't like those undeletable pre-installed apps either.
CISCO predicted that in 2019 there will be 3.9 billion global internet users, which is 51% of the world population. Reacting to this prediction, every company b...
Post-festival depression causes a dip in smartphone shipments. High spec phones at value-for-money price points may perk things up again this year.
Smart of the PLDT group welcomes the year 2015 with this surprise for its subscribers.
Commonly known as an electronics company, Fujitsu's Akisai project could have a big impact on agriculture in Japan as well as overseas.
Protecting customer data and transferring it around Asia is not as complicated as it appears.
Black Desert's final closed beta attracted a massive number of signups during the limited window it was available. This game is going to be big.
If you develop mobile games for the Chinese market, here are some insights into why gamers choose the games they do, how long they keep them for, and why.
At least in terms of the online scams that get reported officially, it turns out that video games are one of the biggest sources of online scams in China.