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Report: Smartphone usage set to overtake time spent watching TV in China

2018 is the year that smartphone usage eclipses time spent watching TV in China, and it’s all down to the growth of digital video platforms, according to a new report from eMarketer. You’

Baidu’s streaming video service iQiyi falls 13.6% in Nasdaq debut

The streaming video service iQiyi, a business owned by China’s online search giant Baidu, dropped 13.6% in its first day of trading on the Nasdaq — closing at $15.55, or down $2.45 from it

Baidu’s video business iQiyi to raise up to $1.5B in US IPO

Baidu’s iQiyi video division is set to become the latest Chinese tech company to go public in the U.S. after it filed to raise up to $1.5 billion via an IPO on the Nasdaq. The service was starte

Netflix is playing down the significance of its first major distribution deal in China

Netflix has played down the significance of its first major licensing deal in China, news of which was announced this week. The company’s share price surged nearly six percent after it announce

Crunch Report | Self-Driving Company Waymo Launches Public Test

Today’s Stories  Waymo begins first public on-demand self-driving service test in Arizona Google tweaks Search to help combat ‘fake news’ Facebook shows Related Articles and fact checkers b

Netflix enters China via licensing deal with top video streaming service iQiyi

China has long eluded Netflix . The company officially gave up on its original plan to enter the country last October in favor of licensing deals, and now it has inked its first major deal to give it

Baidu’s iQiyi video service raises $1.53 billion

Baidu is charging up its video content push after iQiyi, its YouTube-style service in China, raised $1.53 billion from the sale of convertible notes to investors. The deal appears to end speculation

Lost in translation: Streaming in China

The rapid growth of streaming is taking the globe by storm, but no country seems to have the market potential for OTT video streaming quite like China. While the United States OTT market is beginning

Xiaomi And Shunwei Capital Make $300M Strategic Investment In iQiyi, One Of China’s Largest Online Video Platforms

Xiaomi, which announced earlier this month that it plans to invest $1 billion in online video content, has been very busy spending that money. The hardware maker confirmed today that it and Shunwei Ca

Chinese Internet Giant Baidu Enters The Smart TV Wars With Launch Of TV+

Baidu, the Internet giant that operates China's largest search engine, has <a target="_blank" href="http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-09-03/baidu-s-iqiyi-to-sell-tcl-smart-tvs-to-compete-with-alibaba

Mobile Video Consumption Is Increasing Dramatically In China

Android users in China are becoming increasing avid consumers of mobile video, according to a new report from <a target="_blank" href="http://www.wandoujia.com">Wandoujia</a>, one of China's largest t

Baidu Confirms $370M Purchase Of PPS, Underscoring Online Video’s Importance For Internet Companies Around The World

After weeks of rumors, Baidu finally confirmed today that it has acquired the online video business of Shanghai-based PPS for $370 million. PPS will be merged into iQiyi, Baidu’s video platform