WePiao is already integrated into both WeChat and QQ, the two most popular messaging apps in China. In 2014, 30% of movie tickets in China were sold online.
China’s Tencent broke new ground on Monday when its stock (00700.HK) closed at HK$170.50, bringing the company’s total market value above US$200 billion for the first time ever. Tencent has been one o...
Unless you'd like a dose of 6,000 times the legal limit of hormones, we suggest buying your health-related products via a different platform. WeChat ecommerce has a glaring flaw.
Between Dianping itself and a couple of other investments, Tencent has China’s growing food delivery sector on lockdown.
China's tech titans used to trample local startups, but now they're offering funding as they seek out partnerships.
Specifically listed among the offending content are three Japanese anime TV shows: Blood-C, Terror in Resonance, and Highschool of the Dead.
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Big developing markets like China and India are ripe with opportunity for Cyanogen, where many users are buying smartphones for the first time and aren’t yet tethered to the Google ecosystem
China needs at least a few brave – and preferably well-funded – companies to kickstart its VR market, else risk falling behind.
Also, Tencent's profits reached RMB 23.9 billion (US$3.9 billion), up 53 percent year-on-year.
Xiaomi Mi 4 owners can choose to flash the Windows 10 ROM onto their device, replacing the stock Android-based MIUI operating system.
WeChat, the most popular messaging app and social network in China with 468 million monthly active users, yesterday set in stone 10 rules for users posting to the app’s news feed, called Moments in En...
Sometimes bitter rivals can be bedfellows, too.
Dianping, a Chinese amalgamation of Yelp and Groupon, will soon complete a US$850 million funding round, according to QQ Tech.
Jack Ma is no longer China's richest man - for now.
Techweb reports Sina removed 5,500 "misleading" accounts, while Tencent purged nearly 26,000 from QQ, WeChat, and Tencent Weibo.
Products like online mutual funds, peer-to-peer loans, and insurance only showed 2 percent growth in the second half of last year.