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Here’s welcoming our interviewers and moderators to join the stage at Tech in Asia Tokyo 2015.
Alibaba today rolled out its much-anticipated Netflix-style subscription video service, called TBO.
Flipkart’s acquisition of FX Mart is their entrance into the world of online payment services.
Who woulda thought? Octagon, a creative technology startup from Bandung makes augmented reality apps to compete with the big guys.
Zomato makes investments in logistics startups Pickingo and Grab to add home food ordering to its repertoire.
The latest iteration of Beatrobo's PlugAir hardware uses sound waves to authorize ecommerce payments, just by plugging it into a mobile device's audio jack.
Meru claims to have completed more than 40 million trips across India.
A few weeks ago Tech in Asia covered the series A funding round of social app Yogrt. It raised US$3 million from Centurion Private Equity and Linear Venture. I ...
Taiwanese electronics producer Foxconn has reportedly abandoned its plan to build a much-anticipated phone factory in Indonesia.
Tweezar is bringing traders and consumers closer together, which should make diamonds cheaper.
We find out what makes Tech in Asia's sales and marketing team tick.
Jide Tech’s Remix Mini $20 portable Android PC made Kickstarter history today by being the first Chinese project to raise over 1 million dollars on the crowdfun...
A change in government policy could prove to be a huge boon for Tesla sales in China.
Indian payments firms are making it easier for users to complete transactions. But security remains a key issue in a country where fraud is prevalent.
Wang Xing, the founder of Chinese daily deals site Meituan, could be called many things, but original isn't one of them.
Online bus ticketing is heating up, and this company, which operates in Singapore and Malaysia, is why.