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Masayoshi Son gave a radical keynote at SoftBank World 2015, unveiling Pepper for Biz and predicting that the singularity will arrive in 2018.
Instead of cashbacks or discount coupons, Gigato rewards users with data for using some of their favorite apps.
China has a ton of mobile gamers, but its much smaller PC crowd are still mostly the ones forking out the dough.
Moai's Aquatrek is an aquatic robot with an IP camera that can clean your aquarium and monitor water quality.
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Grey Orange builds robots for warehouse automation of logistics and ecommerce companies for quicker deliveries.
A Vserv-Nielsen study details the profiles and behaviors of different segments of smartphone users in India.
Honestbee and RedMart are shaking up online groceries in Singapore. But their approaches are fundamentally different.
Belancer has its eyes firmly set on bridging the gap between local employers and freelancers.
Manish Chopra and Satish Mani, co-founders at Zovi, announced today they’ve raised US$50 million to launch a new venture, Little. The round was led by PayTM and...
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The Singapore-based venture capital firm will use the new fund for seed and series A investments in consumer-facing internet and mobile startups.
Silicon Valley is a huge inspiration to entrepreneurs around the world, including Asian founders. But will the Valley’s way of doing things work in Asia?