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With this acquisition, Jugnoo wants to get a faster entry into bigger cities with taxi aggregation.
NewsHunt, an app for newspapers and ebooks, will now show online shopping recommendations to users.
Practo has uncorked a Genii to help it to become an all-in-one health app. Here’s what the Genii will do.
Quipper School allows teachers to manage classes, create and distribute assignments, and analyze each student’s performance digitally.
Rakuten paid more than US$3.48 million for the tour marketplace. Expect more of such deals in the online travel space in the future.
Transcosmos formed a new subsidiary in Thailand where it will transfer all assets of MetroDeal Holdings.
Simplilearn started off as a project management blog and has now gone ahead to provide short-term certification courses.
The South Korean mobile media group gets a Thai foothold with the acquisition of Adyim Online Agency.
Following a February investment, Rocket Internet’s Lamudi acquires local real estate portal PropertyKita in a bid to strengthen its foothold in Indonesia.
The investments, acquisitions, and partnerships are meant to digitally facilitate its buyers and sellers, as well as strengthen its logistics capabilities.
India’s real estate-related startups continue booming with this latest acquisition.
Realty BI will conduct due diligence, back-end research, and project monitoring for new home buyers.
Path, the ailing social network that launched in 2010, has sold out to Korean tech giant Daum Kakao.
The tech savvy of Bidstalk combined with the sales prowess of AppLift hopes to match up to the likes of Google and Facebook in the online advertising stakes
Even though Snapdeal eyes the mobile commerce space, it has no plans of following Myntra and forcing shoppers to use only its app.
Tappy, a location-based chat app out of Vietnam has just been acquired by gaming platform Weeby.co for an undisclosed sum.
Acquisitions are not always what they appear to be. We look at the facts behind the Gushcloud buyout and analyze what this is all about.
DramaFever CEO Suk Park discusses life under SoftBank, his big deal with Nikesh Arora, and the company's quest for great Asian content.
The startup projects a run-rate of over US$10 million in the coming months; aims to keep the growth streak alive with two acquisitions since March 2015.