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After the rolling-out for a string of smartphones this year by mobile manufacturers like Xiaomi, Meizu, Smartisan and Coolpad, the recent release of iPhone 6 is...

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As one of the eight outstanding Chinese startups that TechNode brought to TechCrunch Disrupt SF this year, Beijing-based Sensoro is the developer of Yunzi,...

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Hobbyists, DIY-ers and even startups interested in dabbling in wearables or BLE devices could have something new to experiment with – Atomwear, a micro,...

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  Jimu Box JimuBox (Jimu means building block in Chinese), an online peer-to-peer lending service, announced today it has raised US$37.19 million in Series B...

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As cloud service levels tech battlefield, startups are competing with giant companies from the same starting line. (Please click here for Part I of...

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We brought 9 startups to San Francisco last year to join TechCrunch Disrupt. And this year, 8 startups founded by Chinese young entrepreneurs forms...

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Chinese users are totally different from Western users. Shocking, I know. Mind = blown. The problem is that this is so obvious that most startups with foreign founders tend to gloss over this fact too quickly and don’t take into consideration just how different the users, and thusly the market, can actually be. So no matter how badass you think you are, how driven you are to succeed, you better reign in the optimism and do your homework because China will hand you your ass faster than you can Snapchat a picture of it as a momento of that time you had the world by the balls.

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Over the last year, the wearable industry has started to realize that mere function is not sufficient to capture the market – form is...