China's most popular messaging app takes the stage for KTV.
China's favorite mobile messenger adds more ads.
More funding for Taiwanese startups.
Users of Cubie, a mobile messenger with a following in Southeast Asia, will soon find the its owl mascot has flown away.
The company has created an app designed specifically for mobile-first, enterprise chat.
That's growth of 126 percent year-on-year.
Cubie, once a promising chat app set to contend with Line and WhatsApp, has been stuck on a hamster wheel. But its new leadership team has devised a fresh vision they hope will set it back on track.
It's not what you think it is. Actually, it's exactly what you think it is.
The Japanese messaging app is no longer just for friends and family. It's for businesses, too.
FireChat, which purports to be an "off-the-grid" messaging app that lets people communicate sans internet connectivity, saw a surge in downloads yesterday in Hong Kong during mass student demonstratio...
The popular chat app just rolled out a Quora-esque app to its strongest market. It also announced its ecommerce app will soon come to Taiwan - where it's set to make a splash.
Its biggest markets by user count are now Japan, Indonesia, and Thailand - but that's not necessarily where its money is coming from.
There's no limit to who will opt in for sticker sets on the popular chat app
Do you hate how messaging apps will notify the sender that you’ve read their messages? If this might be the makeshift solution you've been looking for.
Japanese mobile messenger Line just keeps raking in cash.
China’s popular WeChat messenger tests Facebook-esque “Like” button, and it looks strangely familiar
China's popular WeChat messenger introduced a "Like" button for articles that users read.
Thai shoppers, rejoice – popular Japanese chat app Line, which has 24 million registered users in the Land of Smiles, just rolled out a standalone ecommerce app specifically for its fans in Thailand. ...
When Polaroid discontinued its instant photo-churning film and camera in 2008, the world mourned the death of a loveable but hopelessly antiquated piece of technology. Make no mistake, smartphones and...