April Fools' Day has everyone at Tech in Asia a bit paranoid about getting duped by fake stories.
The "Xiaoqi" gamepad is now on sale for RMB 99 (US$16) in batches of 2,000 via flash sale on its official website.
UC Browser now holds 11.1 percent of mobile browser pageview market share worldwide, overtaking Opera for 4th place.
Here’s our full list of Alibaba’s investments and acquisitions so far this year, according to ITJuzi’s database and our own archives.
Xiaomi is by far China’s most important tech company. Its founder embodies all of Silicon Valley’s greatest heroes, from Bill Gates to Steve Jobs to Elon Musk.
Quixey, the search engine for apps that Alibaba invested $50 million into, has partnered with the Chinese ecommerce titan to launch deep mobile search in China.
Alibaba invested in or bought outright multiple companies, spending so much money that some have referred to 2014 thus far as Alibaba's "bachelor party."
Come September, the Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC), which has been a regular fixture in China, will arrive in India.
The deal cost Alibaba US$479 million in cash and 12.3 million company shares for the remaining one-third of UCWeb.
Two steps forward and one step back is how we would describe Asia's tech scene of late. Here are all our biggest stories from the past week.
Today, UCWeb founder and CEO Yu Yongfu gave an interview to foreign media to discuss his company's role within Alibaba moving forward.
The deal is the biggest Chinese internet merger in history, exceeding Baidu's US$1.9 billion acquisition of 91 Wireless in August 2013.
GGV says the amount is consistent with previous funds, bringing its total capital under management to over US$2.2 billion.
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba and mobile developer UCWeb announced today, the latter's 10th anniversary, their latest joint venture: mobile content search.
“Wow, that looks a lot like Chrome,” was the first thought that went through my head when I first opened up UCWeb's new PC browser for Windows.
Flash sales are becoming an increasingly popular way to sell products online. We're seeing the trend grow among Chinese tech companies, most notably phone maker Xiaomi.
World’s most popular mobile browser from China soars past the half billion user mark as it picks up steam overseas
UC Browser, the world’s most popular third-party mobile browser made by China’s UCWeb, announced today it passed the 500 million global quarterly active user mark. UCWeb reported hitting the 400 milli...