Ten media and technology startups will be selected to participate.
Michelle Phan shot to fame with her make-up tutorials on YouTube. Now she's a startup powerhouse. Her next move is going from the US to Asia.
A legacy publication is betting on good-old subscriptions to take it global.
Citizens are trying to resist efforts by the government to actively monitor the internet and block content arbitrarily.
Blogs from Pakistan are reporting that the telecom authority blocked the blogging platform on the eve of National Day because of “security issues.”
Youku and sister site Tudou now get 900 million views each day and have 150 million daily active users, the company revealed today.
Legendary American creator of comic book characters Stan Lee, who gave us Iron Man and Spiderman, created Chakra, a superhero born in Mumbai, for Graphic India.
Ecommerce titan Rakuten is doubling down on its struggling Kobo ereaders by acquiring an ebook marketplace called OverDrive.
The website has about six million unique users a month hitting 40 million pageviews. It's now eyeing India for expansion.
Like its American counterpart, the video-on-demand startup will offer unlimited access to TV shows and movies from all over the world - with a twist.
A number of international media entities have entered India in the past few months to cash in on the rapid rise in smartphone and internet usage in a large market.
With money entering the Asian startup ecosystem, new services spring up to address entrepreneurs’ needs. Growth Hacking Asia provides digital marketing advice for startups in the region.
Social Media Week Jakarta is a hot spot for the industry this month. Here’s what we learned from BuzzFeed’s VP of international, Scott Lamb.
Whistleblowing.jp uses multiple levels of encryption to allow leakers to contact reporters more safely. A controversial Japanese law could deter both.
Notey has hints of being a throwback to web 2.0 with some modern skinning. Can it survive in the Buzzfeed era?
Founded by three IIT dropouts Azhar Iqubal, Deepit Purkayastha, and Anunay Arunav, the startup crunches news stories into crisp 60-word skeletons for busy readers.
The internet is breaking up into niche communities with domains like dot love and dot app, and this creates new possibilities.