China needs at least a few brave – and preferably well-funded – companies to kickstart its VR market, else risk falling behind.
The app provides mobile phone users free access to basic internet services related to education, health, employment, communication, and information and news.
Zuckerberg broke out his Chinese again to wish the Middle Kingdom a happy Spring Festival. But is he just wasting his time?
BuzzFeed VP Scott Lamb explains there’s more to making content go viral than one-liners, listicles, and hyperbolic headlines.
The social network is now larger than China but it is having trouble unlocking the cash inside Asia-Pacific.
People have been asking for a web interface for the extremely popular messaging service, and it is finally here. But does it live up to the hype?
China's UC Web has teamed up with Facebook to offer real-time Facebook notifications to Indian users of its mobile browser.
If you’re having a hard time managing your product posts on social media, replying to each and every customer inquiry, PocketMarket may be your best tool.
After months of litigation, an Indonesian woman is found not guilty of defamation on social media. The verdict challenges a local law that limits free speech.
As the world of mobile payments integrates with social media, the lines between communication and commerce will continue to blur.
Get an instant snapshot of where the various chat apps are.
The new law finally brought politicians to the internet but what good is a one-way conversation?
Any content which does not adhere to the guidelines set by the Film Censorship Board will be censored.
Aditya Agarwal, the vice-president of engineering at Dropbox and a former engineer at Facebook, was in Singapore for an exclusive interview with Tech in Asia.
Discuss sensitive topics, student life, reach out to others for guidance, and have fun while being anonymous on the upcoming social network for colleges.
WeChat, while it attracts the brightest spotlight from the west, actually has about half the users as its older PC-born brother, QQ Messenger.
Facebook’s MAUs for US, Canada, and Europe grew by only 13.6 percent in the past two years, but the number rocketed by 53.8 percent in Asia.