Modbot is a Singapore hardware-modding and painting startup in Singapore. Would you guess its founder got into this because of competitive gaming?
Indonesia’s big conglomerate Lippo Group just launched its ecommerce site MatahariMall. It invested $500M and hopes to become the archipelago’s Alibaba.
Whistleblowing.jp uses multiple levels of encryption to allow leakers to contact reporters more safely. A controversial Japanese law could deter both.
Additionally, McClure gave pointers on how to build a startup, invest wisely, and build a startup ecosystem.
Convo's Shehryar Hydri speaks on what Pakistan needs to build a thriving ecosystem at Tech in Asia's first meetup in the country.
Digital nomad Pieter Levels sees it as a natural progression of the nomadic lifestyle, especially as more and more people are jumping on the remote work bandwagon.
Xiaomi's Mi4 and the Mi Note are like the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The looks and specs are very similar; the main difference is the size.
Amidst all the other Chinese New Year festivities, China’s WeChat users sent each other an astonishing 1.01 billion red envelopes.
Mitsubishi Electric's smart home prototype feels like science fiction come alive, with a heavy emphasis on the internet of things and high-tech appliances.
During a wide-ranging Q&A with a student-only audience, Peter Thiel shared his thoughts on artificial intelligence, fighting legacy players, and getting funded.
After years of being China’s number one smartphone brand, Samsung has now been deposed by Xiaomi. New data from IDC today reveals a painful drop for Samsung.
Printing is not a hot sector, but Raksul’s growth is turning heads. The startup’s revenue shot up five-fold in the past year.
A lack of patents is one big reason Xiaomi phones aren't coming to the US this year. But another is that Xiaomi's biggest competitive advantage in China simply doesn't exist in the US.
China’s top search engine is tracking Chinese New Year journeys and has created an amazing, real-time heat map showing the exodus from the major cities.
“As of today, we’re averaging between 120 to 150 job requests a day, with a total of close to 4,000,” says co-founder Jeffri Cheong.
Viber extended its lead over Line in the MAU race, while making investments to catch up in revenue as well.
With so much money going into the local tech scene, one wonders which Singapore-based internet companies are the grand winners in the race to get funded.