Zhou Hongyi let spill a couple of details about his company's $400 million dive into the smartphone market, and they don't bode well.
An interview with Tiger Shen, VP at Qihoo 360, on the company's expansion strategy.
Qihoo's joint-venture project with Coolpad is a great match on paper. But if you're expecting these two to produce a mobile brand that can compete with Xiaomi, think again.
China’s Qihoo gets serious about mobile, throws $400M into joint venture with smartphone maker Coolpad
The Chinese firm best known for its anti-virus software is getting serious about building out a mobile ecosystem that includes hardware and software.
Rumor has it Qihoo is planning to acquire a mobile handset maker. And when questioned about that rumor, Qihoo CEO Zhou Hongyi did not deny it.
Qihoo 360 has long had a reputation as one of China’s most aggressive companies when it comes to PR. If you say something negative about one of its products, you’d better be prepared for a response. T...
Israeli venture capital firm Carmel Ventures announced today that it has closed a fourth round of funding worth a total of US$194 million. And interestingly, this latest round includes investment from...
Oh, the irony: days after losing its own monopoly abuse suit, Qihoo is getting sued for monopoly abuse
Well, that didn’t take long. Just a couple of days ago, China’s Supreme People’s Court rejected Qihoo 360’s appeal in its anti-monopoly lawsuit against Tencent. Now, the company finds itself back in c...
Yesterday, China’s Supreme People’s Court handed down what ought to be the final legal decision in a tech industry dispute that dates back to 2010. The 3Q war is over, and Tencent has won. The 3Q war,...
Asiasoft wants to bring Qihoo's 360 software suite to users. But is it really to its benefit?
German-based developer Goodgame Studios announced last week that it will be the first European company to partner with Chinese software company Qihoo 360.
Youku CEO Victor Koo and OnePlus founder Pete Lau have already completed the challenge and kicked off the trend among the other Chinese tech CEOs.
Asia accounted for 27 percent of all Android app installs in the world in Q2 2014. Most money spent on ads comes from China, the majority of it aimed at Asia.
The new battleground for China's web giants is happening in nations like Brazil and Indonesia - and it's focused on apps.
I interviewed about a dozen native Chinese people in Beijing to find out a) who they saw as their entrepreneurial celebrities and b) what they thought of them.