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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

Momo buys Tantan, China’s Tinder, for over $600M as Chinese social networks consolidate

WeChat is far and away the biggest messaging platform in China at the moment, and that is helping to drive a push among the smaller players to get together for better scale. Today, Momo, the Chinese l

Alibaba posts record growth as mobile revenue tops desktop for first time

Alibaba saw record revenue growth in Q2 2016 as the company's Chinese retail marketplaces surged and revenue from its users on mobile overtook that of desktops for the first time.

Youku Tudou, One Of China’s Leading Streaming Video Sites, Launches Its First Hardware Line

Youku Tudou, already one of China’s largest streaming video sites, is moving into hardware as well. The company said that its first three devices—a WiFi router, smart TV box, and 15.6-inch Android

Xiaomi Partners With Youku Tudou, China’s Largest Internet TV Company

Just last week, fast-growing Chinese hardware maker Xiaomi announced that it plans to invest $1 billion in online video content to support its smart TV ecosystem. Now we’re getting a glimpse of how

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="">Wandoujia</a>, one of China's largest t

Baidu’s Video Site iQiyi Reportedly Buys PPStream To Intensify Rivalry With Youku Tudou

Shanghai-based video streaming platform PPStream has reportedly (link via Google Translate) been purchased by iQiyi, the online video unit of Internet search giant Baidu, for around $350 million to $4