Copycat. It's a word that has almost become synonymous with China's tech scene over the past decade. But is that fair? Why do Chinese companies copy?
Once again, Amazon is slower than Alibaba and its many Chinese rivals.
MySnappyCart set out to be the Instacart of Hong Kong, but the city is proving to be a whole different animal than those tamed in the West.
Didi Kuaidi is giving away a fortune in free rides across China in the hopes of weakening its competitors.
Uber is going green in China with a deal to run hybrid electric cars in one Chinese city.
Even though Snapdeal eyes the mobile commerce space, it has no plans of following Myntra and forcing shoppers to use only its app.
In India, HOOQ competes with video-on-demand platforms of large media houses like Times Internet, Zee Entertainment, and Star India.
Twitter’s livestreaming app is coming to Android, becoming accessible to millions of phones across Asia.
Japanese startup that can 3D print human tissue takes home top prize at the 2015 Asian Entrepreneurship Award
Cyfuse Biomedical is the first Japanese company to win the award. It can 3D print human tissue in as little as two days.
With fresh funding, the startup will add in-app payment and home delivery.
The startup claims to be a more social version of Wimdu, but explicitly targets Indonesian university students headed abroad.
After tackling the recruitment industry in Japan, this entrepreneur is making hiring and job search free
Tokyo-based BizReach changed the way Japanese companies and potential employees connect. Now the startup is connecting them for free.
As China’s young people get priced out of property, a new startup idea: ‘tiny apartments as a service’
They're cramped and there's no sofa, but several startups see a big future in their tiny serviced apartments.
The fresh funding will be used for product development and expansion to newer verticals and cities.
Social media allows interaction between businesses and consumers. Why not television?