Basically, the FlexPV is an electric motor that powers along anything that you slap it on – like a bicycle, a skateboard, a wheelchair, or an office chair.
Hao Chushi, which translates to "Good Cook", lets users hire nearby chefs and cooks to come to their home and make a meal right in the customer’s own kitchen.
Milk Nanny wants to make it easier for new parents to concoct milk from powder formula. The basic idea is that you fill it with water and powder, and the gizmo does all the rest.
Driving tracker gizmos are starting to multiply in number as quickly as fitness trackers. Alongside app-connected gadgets like Automatic, a startup from China is also hoping to persuade people to use ...
Beibei, a Chinese ecommerce site specializing in items for infants and toddlers, raised US$100M in a series C funding round led by Capital Today and New Horizon
Kankun Technology, the maker of a smart electrical socket in China, has announced it raised a series A round worth RMB 40 million led by Beijing Holch Capital.
This new startup does things differently from most of the other travel and ticket booking sites by focusing on selling daytrips, tours, and adventurous experiences around the world.
Aixuedai allows college students to purchase items like phones, tablets, laptops, and cameras using monthly installment plans.
Shenzhen-based startup KnewOne might make you rethink everything you thought you knew about how ecommerce is supposed to work.
The startup runs delivery services mostly for cheap chain restaurants, guaranteeing a bowl of noodles or Burger King Whopper to your door in less than one hour.
The future looks bright for drone startups. Spending on unmanned aerial vehicles will double from US$2.8 billion this year to US$5.6 billion in 2023.
We wrote about 200 articles about China-based startups during the course of 2014, so we thought it’d be fun to look into which of those were your favorites.
Guokr, an online science community and a partner of Coursera in China, has raised US$20 million in series C funding led by Chinese edtech firmTAL.
Nice, an up-and-coming Instagram replacement for China, just closed a US$36 million series C round of financing from Tiger Global Fund and Vy Capital.
As we approach the end of 2014, we can see that the year has been a monumental one for China’s leading startups.
WiWide, a Chinese startup that provides public wifi networks to stores and restaurants, has received a US$49 million series C round from Tencent and Dianping.
The crowdsourced model has worked well so far, as Wifi Companion has over 18 million monthly active users who connect to millions of hotspots every day.
Huami, the Chinese startup that’s Xiaomi’s fitness wearables partner, has secured US$35 million in series B funding.