Indian ewaste recycler Attero, one of the nine innovators picked by NASA, has raised $16.5 million in series C funding.
Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) is set to build 400 electric car charging points in 120 cities across China. This will be done in partnership with China...
People in Pakistan are waking up to find Instagram is blocked in the country.
The top three competitors will win S$24,000 (US$19,000) in total, and they could join a three-month SingTel incubation program to bring thei...
Luxola’s makeover app lets you toy with foundation, blushers, lipsticks, nail colours, and even dabble in multiple eye-lining techniques v...
MyDoc offers a web and mobile service where patients can consult doctors online and seamlessly share their personal health data.
How the crazy talented Saito brothers are giving back to Japan’s startup scene (#StartupAsia preview)
Daniel and William Saito, venture capitalists and serial entrepreneurs, will speak at Startup Asia Tokyo.
EventRegist - co-founded by former Yahoo, Microsoft, and Google employees - is a one-stop-shop for event planning.
Crystal Horse has invested in Lenza, Travelog, Tripzilla, and Kluje.
Adding to the list of tropical destinations for entrepreneurs to grow their businesses, Blue Startups is a US-based tech accelerator that se...
Tencent’s and Baidu’s $814M joint venture with Wanda signals the coming tide of in-store WeChat payments
China's largest tech corporations are rushing to penetrate an industry that's historically not tech-savvy - brick-and-mortar retail.
Alibaba has an edge in terms of the number of merchants already on board its Taobao marketplace, but WeChat has an advantage in its huge mob...
Discussion: Is it time for Japanese corporations to get involved in the startup scene? (#StartupAsia preview)
Where is Japan’s startup ecosystem heading? Find out here!
Mix has lots of photo filters and several layers of special effects that can be applied on the same image (if you so wish).
An association representing the local taxi industry is calling for action against Uber.
The series A round is led by Vertex Venture Holdings, a subsidiary of the Singapore government-owned Temasek Holdings.