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.
Expedia has sold off its entire 62.4 percent stake in eLong, worth US$671 million. US$400 million of it was picked up by China's Ctrip.
Mocar sends out mechanics to do light repairs and thorough maintenance in three Chinese cities.
Talkpush, a service that helps companies automate the phone screening of candidates, wants to be the answer to the deluge of job applications.
Once dismissed and reviled for being a simple hook-up app, China's Momo has changed a lot in the past couple of years. And now that's finally paying off.
Taboola is responsible for those “You might also like” or “Around the web” recommendations you see on so many websites.
Oneteam announced today that it has secured seed funding just three months after starting up – and before the product is even launched into closed beta.
A life-changing accident inspired this developer’s first hit game. Dolphins are inspiring his second
The upcoming game, Plunge Free Dive, is designed to highlight the plight of New Zealand's Maui’s dolphin, a rare subspecies that’s critically endangered.
Smartphones are now a common tool in China, owned by the average Zhou, just like washing machines or rice cookers. Here are 3 things that could happen next.
Chan started 9gag in his native Hong Kong because, at that time, “Facebook was not popular in Hong Kong,” he says.
Taylor Swift’s community of hardcore fans is no accident. Here's how you can use Swift's tactics to engage with and encourage your users.
Easy Ship this afternoon emerged as the winner of our Startup Arena contest at Tech in Asia Singapore 2015.
A former Rocket Internet executive is bootstrapping this startup that's aimed at ecommerce merchants and anyone who send parcels across the region.
One of the co-founders at Eatigo calls the startup an "anti-Groupon". Is this the best way to shake up the restaurant industry and give eaters discounts?
Space debris threaten many of the things we depend on here on Earth. With governments unwilling to clean it up themselves, startups are stepping up.
Want to get fit but hate the idea of being tied to one gym for a whole year like some kind of hamster on a wheel? This kind of subscription could be the answer.
Have you seen this very small and amusing detail in the revamped 'Silicon Valley' opening animation?
Photos show Uber’s office in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou being raided by authorities last night.
US$99 gets you one FlexPV wheel/motor that you can slap onto anything - a bike, a buggy, or even a shopping cart.
Chinese tech titan Tencent today unveiled its Android-based OS that’s designed for use across smartphones, game consoles, wearable tech, and smart home gadgets.
“It’s a great opportunity for us. Lots of network effects,” explains Freelancer deputy CFO Christopher Koch of the deal.
Available only in two cities right now, Diandao has just secured US$5 million in series A funding to assist with its growth.
Barry Freeman, Jimubox CFO and co-founder, tells Tech in Asia that the earlier tie-up with Xiaomi helped the startup see a big boost in traffic.
While Facebook’s revenue from Asia is growing, the vast majority of that is from advertising. So what about in-app purchases and stickers...?
In Asia, the headline number is that Facebook now has 471 million monthly active users (MAUs) in Q1 2015. In terms of daily active users, it's 270 million.
India’s Zomato today revealed that it has acquired US-based NexTable for an undisclosed sum.