2015 looks to have been another stunning year for Southeast Asian startups. According to Tech in Asia’s database, total venture capital funding from Q3 of 2014 ...
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Despite the pressure and early criticisms, the Jokowi administration is on track to reform Indonesia, says trade minister at Tech in Asia Jakarta 2015.
Japanese outsourcing firm wants a piece of the ecommerce logistics pie in Southeast Asia. So it invested in Anchanto to battle SingPost.
Unlike Tinder, LunchClick has zoomed in on helping you get into serious relationships.
Paralyzed by the paradox of choice? This guide can help you pick the right stand-up desk.
Standing desks are the latest fad, but do they really offer health benefits? Here's a look at the facts and some practical advice.
iProperty is a pretty big fish as one of Southeast Asia's leading online property portal businesses. Now, it's about to be bought by an even bigger fish.
I could not believe what I was reading.
There's no real reason to regulate Uber in Singapore. If taxi companies become obsolete, let them die.
Apple may have picked its spot for its first ever retail store in Singapore.
Battling head-on against a tech giant is not normally what startups do. But Teewe believes it can beat Google to the living room of families around the world.
Pirate3D has suspended operations, and is now raising money to claw its way back.