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Ex-Googler gets funding to build another global smash in China

[ad_1] Wang Xiaoyu. Photo credit: Castbox. From Xiaomi to Musical.ly, Chinese tech companies are riding a global wave of hipness and success. Wang “Renee” Xiaoyu wants to surf that wave. She’s the founder and CEO of an app and community for fans of podcasts and spoken word content....

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China’s Southeast Asia obsession continues as JD expands to Thailand

[ad_1] One of JD’s self-driving delivery bots. Photo credit: JD. China’s growing interest in Southeast Asia’s tech scene continued today as JD, arch-rival to Alibaba, revealed it’s making a massive move into Thailand. The US$65 billion online retailer is setting up a US$500 million venture in Thailand...

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Xiaomi launches in Thailand after Chinese rivals make a big impression

[ad_1] Huawei vs Xiaomi. Photo credit: Tech in Asia. Phone maker Xiaomi is today launching in Thailand, resuming the Chinese company’s slow and patchy global expansion. Thailand, with its population of 69 million, saw 22 million smartphone sales in 2016, rising this year to an anticipated 25...

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Alibaba sees rocketing global revenue as Lazada grows

[ad_1] Image credit: Pexels. Alibaba, China’s top online shopping company, is now seeing the fruits of its recent forays outside of its home country. Jack Ma’s company pulled in a record US$389 million from its marketplaces outside China from April to June, it said this evening in...

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Xiaomi hails ‘return to rapid growth’ as it targets 100m phone sales in 2017

[ad_1] Photo credit: Xiaomi. Xiaomi had a terrible 2016 as Chinese consumers turned their backs on the budget phone brand. That led to it falling from first to fifth in the cut-throat China smartphone market. Only India seemed to still be in love with the upstart...

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Mobike gets $600m as global expansion shifts into top gear

[ad_1] Photo credit: Mobike. Bike-sharing app Mobike has raised yet another huge round of funding, the Chinese startup revealed this morning. This time it’s pocketing US$600 million, mainly from social media giant Tencent, maker of WeChat. The funding comes days after Mobike made its first move outside...

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For the first time, Chinese smartphones dominate India

[ad_1] China’s Oppo is going after mid-market buyers in India trading up from flip phones or budget smartphones. Photo credit: Oppo. In a major milestone, Chinese brands now dominate India’s fast-growing smartphone market – that’s according to the latest data from IDC. For the first time ever,...

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Brief: Tencent tunes into Southeast Asia with funding for popular karaoke app

[ad_1] On the internet, no-one can see you sing. Photo credit: paylessimages / 123RF. The news: Smule, maker of a bunch of music and karaoke apps, has secured US$54 million in a round of funding led by Tencent, the Chinese tech titan that runs WeChat. The San Francisco-based...

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