"Build it and they will come" is the misconception many entrepreneurs have when creating products. Here's how to fix it. Based on Paul Graham's essay.
Drones delivering goods and letters? SingPost could be the first to make it happen in Singapore.
So, GrabTaxi launched a marketing campaign that was definitely eye-grabbing. Problem is, it was controversial. People interpreted as crass and worse, sexist. Th...
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It also announced a 30 percent return on investment to date. The new fund is over three times the size of its previous one.
And no, there was no riot in the streets.
Meet the towering figures among Southeast Asia's tech startup founders.
Sad news for Evernote and the people affected, but this will give the company a chance to regroup and refocus.
China's most used ride-hailing app Didi Kuaidi announced an investment in Indian equivalent Ola. It now owns a stake in every major Uber rival on the planet.
Hello TIA community, I’m Terence, the managing editor of Tech in Asia. I turn caffeine (and sometimes alcohol) into words. I come up with the editorial strategy...
Can't stand the Singapore haze? Here are apps that check the PSI readings, as well as purifiers, filters, and masks to keep out the dust.
The Singapore-based venture capital firm gets a larger warchest. It will invest in vertical ecommerce and enterprise startups in Asia.
Publishers are lamenting that Apple is out to get them with ad blocking. But there's a bright side.
As App Annie grew, it changed. In fact, it's almost a different company every 18 months. Here's how the CEO ensured it didn't fall apart.
3:30 pm on Sep 9, 2015 by Terence Lee
Imagine downloading George Clooney to your phone to fulfil your sexual fantasies. That's what Singapore startup Vibease wants to do.
2:38 pm on Sep 9, 2015 by Terence Lee
Om Malik is a well-known figure in the tech journalism world. At Tech in Asia Tokyo 2015, he shares his thoughts on the media, the tech bubble, and unicorns.
12:34 pm on Sep 9, 2015 by Terence Lee
Netflix's entry puts pressure on telcos StarHub and SingTel, as well as startups like iFlix and Hooq. But it's unlikely to make a real dent.
10:39 am on Sep 8, 2015 by Terence Lee
We break down Tech in Asia's investment data to see what they can tell us about the next hot opportunity - as well as what they don't tell us.
3:34 pm on Sep 1, 2015 by Terence Lee
We find out what makes Tech in Asia's sales and marketing team tick.
9:10 am on Sep 1, 2015 by Terence Lee
Online bus ticketing is heating up, and this company, which operates in Singapore and Malaysia, is why.