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This new startup wants to add value to the US$2 billion local retail market.
Over 2 million Muslims perform the obligatory pilgrimage each year. Hajj Guider wants to assist them.
Its flagship product, the Real-Time Adjusting Pump System (R-TAP), will lead the way in making this goal a reality.
Bhabha entered the profession accidentally. Now he’s not looking back.
The pharmaceutical industry in Pakistan is worth over $2 billion, but it’s full of counterfeit products. This startup wants to end that.
Facebook isn’t up to the task of local events, so this startup wants to make it easier for people to find things happening nearby.
The informal economy is a thriving industry in Pakistan, but is a dangerous model to encourage. Startups want to change that.
After one year of operations, the Rocket Internet-backed startup now looks to capitalize on its key learnings from the industry.
There was no other company doing retargeting - the almost eerie technology that ecommerce companies use to lure a potential customer who strayed out of a site without completing a transaction - when V...
The site lets users anonymously publicize information about salaries and worker treatment, a disruptive concept in a nation with little business transparency.
Peng T. Ong of Monk’s Hill wants to give Indonesia more tech talent, backs computer science scholarship
One of its backers is Singapore’s well-known entrepreneur and investor Peng T. Ong.
Indonesia’s first hardware hackathon gave rise to a smart water monitoring device that wants to help Indonesia manage water resources.
At MWC 2015 in Barcelona this week, the students showcased its solution to reduce traffic accidents using an app and gadget combo to ensure drivers are alert.
Makerspaces are where designers, tinkerers, and crafters meet. Cutting-edge tools accelerate prototyping, and awesomeness ensues. Jakarta now has several of these spots.
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.
The Modi government’s initiative to make India a manufacturing hub got a boost with critical parts of the Chinook helicopter being produced in Bangalore for the first time.
An aluminum and carbon fiber car, coupled with advanced vibration resistance technology, allows Mitsubishi's new elevator to travel 1,080 meters per minute.