The famous US-based bitcoin startup may be ready to help Asia solve its financial inclusion problems. But first, it’s holed up in Singapore’s safehouse.
The app puts money into shoppers' bank accounts when they photograph receipts. It also sells their shopping data to big companies in Indonesia.
Taiwanese electronics producer Foxconn has reportedly abandoned its plan to build a much-anticipated phone factory in Indonesia.
With soaring smartphone penetration in emerging markets, the ad industry is about to change. PopSlide gives away free internet in countries like Indonesia.
Bulletinboard is a brand new mobile app that lets teachers and parents communicate instantly about students’ progress. Here’s how it hopes to school them.
Go-Jek’s Nadiem Makarim says logistics is the key to everything. Here’s the backstory on one of Indonesia’s hottest tech startups and its CEO.
The Russian company lets you read as many ebooks as you want for a flat monthly fee. It will now go head-to-head with local names like Scoop and Wayang Force.
The deal is part of Global Health and Travel’s bid to strengthen its foothold in Asia, ramp up its mobile offerings, and become more than just a media firm.
With an expanded business model, the cloud-based HR software company now aims to serve large corporates as well as Indonesian SMEs.
The fledgling startup wants car owners, renters, and drivers to find each other and strike deals in Indonesia. It’s using tourist-laden Bali as a petri dish.
It may look like a playful vending machine, but this last mile delivery startup is actually a super sensible logistics solution for a chaotic city like Jakarta....
The app provides do-it-yourself templates which generate customized legal documents for startups and corporates who would otherwise pay for lawyers.
Trip on Halal hopes to leapfrog more established Muslim-focused startups with a strong mobile strategy and a leg up in the MaGIC Accelerator Program.
Regulators make progress on epayments sluggish, and thereby give dominance to banks and telcos in Southeast Asia. But that’s all about to change.
If you want to sell online in Indonesia, you’d be a fool to ignore mobile commerce. Here’s a list of some of popular local apps anyone can use.
While the western media world gradually came to know UGC, emerging markets like Indonesia are immediately thrust into the deep end as internet access ramps up.