China’s biggest meal delivery startup, Ele.me (which means “Are you hungry?”), today revealed that it has secured US$630 million in series F funding.
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A startup in China has hired a team of women as cheerleaders to motivate their (of course) mostly male developer team. W-T-actual-F.
Xiaomi isn’t the only company making good use of Android paired with cheap hardware. Also located in Beijing is a startup run by three ex-Googlers.
The Senth IN1 headset is like Google Glass for cyclists.
You wouldn’t think there was farmland in Shanghai, but here it is: fields of okra and eggplant, wandering chickens, cherry tomatoes dangling from thin, tenaciou...
Chinese consumers are new to the concept of buying used cars, but they know the industry is dodgy and dirty.
China’s leading on-demand laundry startup, Edaixi, this week revealed it has secured US$100 million in series B funding.
China’s top Airbnb-like site today secured its biggest ever round of VC funding – to the tune of US$300 million.
Moai's Aquatrek is an aquatic robot with an IP camera that can clean your aquarium and monitor water quality.
Sleepace, maker of a gadget that monitors people’s sleep, revealed today that it has secured US$7 million in series B funding.
The Kat Walk treadmill wants you to get up, get down, and get jiggy with VR. It supports popular games like Crossfire and GTA
With an amazingly thin board and a neat remote controller, this electric skateboard will keep you busy until your hoverboard arrives.
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In China, one new startup is eschewing Magic's reliance on SMS - so last century! - in favor of WeChat. They've come up with WeSecretary.
Point-of-sale startup Bindo is ready to ride on China’s ecommerce growth.
Xiaomi announces its half-yearly sales results in light of a slowed and increasingly commodified smartphone market.
Nice changes direction and broadens its horizon in an effort to attract more users and move beyond its homeland of China.
The Shanghai-based startup designs and produces 3D-printed press-on nails and then sells them around the world.