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Silicon Valley coder wants to defend Indonesia’s democracy with election vote counter and neat data visualizations
This website wants to act as API to the presidential election counting needs in Indonesia.
GrabTaxi executive and part-time model Natasha Bautista shares what it’s like to be an attractive woman in tech.
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Duolingo, the language-learning app that’s translating the internet, arrives in Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, and Indonesia.
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Miyabaobei originally opened its shop on Taobao, China's biggest online shopping marketplace.
Kawal Pemilu looks to be the most professional crowdsourced team counting votes in Indonesia’s troubled 2014 general election.
Chinese streaming video portal iQiyi yesterday launched its own in-house film production studio, iQiyi Pictures.
As Indonesia’s democracy is on the verge of crisis, hackers and fakers attack crowdsourced vote counts
Indonesia’s General Elections Commission has done something unprecedented: releasing the ballot documents out in the public.
The Portuguese-language version of Baidu, dubbed Baidu Busca, currently covers web, images, and video searches.
The Chinese developer of Dolphin, a popular web browser for Android and iOS, has sold a 51 percent stake for US$91 million.