Venkat Potluri and Ganesamurthy were directors at Flipkart in charge of onboarding and managing sellers. It gave them an inside view of the problems sellers fac...
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A Japanese entrepreneur created a special sensor kit that allow anime-themed body pillows to talk (and moan) when touched.
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.
Anup Mohan’s latest venture Styl, an app for booking appointments at salons, secured funding on a paper plan.
Now there’s no need to go wild at the airport as you try to spend those foreign coins and notes.
Baidu’s MoboMarket Android app store has released their Q2 2015 Indonesia Mobile Data Report, outlining app consumer habits, patterns and trends in Indonesia.
The OnePlus 2 makes a superb first impression right out of the box. But our test threw up plenty of bugs and highlighted a few compromises.
Safe drinking water is something that many of us take for granted, but there are billions of people worldwide who simply don't have access to it.
Indian counterparts to Amazon and Uber are desperately hiring top rung Indian talent from the US in the hope they will keep them in the race which has escalated...
Popular shopping marketplace Tokopedia has come a long way since it was founded by two first-time entrepreneurs.
Today his founding team runs three complementary ventures.
Tokyo startup UPQ hopes to revitalize Japan's struggling consumer electronics industry with affordable gadgets sold direct to consumers.
On Tuesday, Chinese state media service Xinhua reported something interesting: soon, China will station police officers in the offices of some of China's bigges...
ConfirmTkt uses machine-learning to help travelers in India nab a confirmed train ticket.
IndoorAtlas wants to become Google Maps for shopping centers, train stations, and other enclosed structures by utilizing their unique magnetic fields.
The “Make in India” campaign seeks to overturn decades of protectionism. And Xiaomi seeks to replicate in smartphone-hungry India what it has done in China.
Logistics is undergoing a sea change. Here's the story about the people who are making it happen.