Yat Siu thinks that serial entrepreneurs are a special breed - people who have many ideas, and are “easily distracted.”
There’s an app for that. It’s become less of a company slogan and more of the mobile generation’s mantra. Dozens, even hundreds of new apps are released every day, and only a very small percentage ever see the daylight of success. Still, we continue to see the innovation of mobile apps infiltrate our daily lives, replacing tedious tasks and entire industries alike.
A survey conducted by the ACWF found that the more couples use smartphones in the evening, the less happy their marriages are.
An app targeted at China's dancing grannies - the old ladies who dance in groups in supermarket parking lots and parks - has just raised a seed round.
Those who believe in an idea enough to startup have to first come to terms with living without pay cheques. But for Indians, that is not all. They also face social stigma.
Line earned US$236 million and increased its monthly active user count to 205 million between January and March.
Here’s why CommonFloor’s founder, Google’s India boss, and Amazon’s India chief love this food startup
What do the co-founders of CommonFloor, TaxiForSure, and Yo! China have in common with the MD of Google India and country manager of Amazon India?
This Tokyo-based startup used its prior experience in messaging and real-time video editing to release a launch-day app for Apple Watch.
In particular, a new four-seater category called GrabCar (Economy) will be added at a cheaper price point.
Another quarter, another period of record-breaking growth for Apple in Asian markets, and in China in particular.
Grab has designed an app for restaurateurs to track the delivery. With fresh funding, it will double the fleet of delivery boys to 1,000 to enter another city Pune.
To counteract negative user experiences, Google is removing non-mobile-friendly results from mobile search in favor of websites that give a better experience to users.
This PR ploy allows Chinese tech companies to get some press attention by connecting themselves with a global brand like Apple.
More than the investment itself, a thumbs up from the chairman emeritus of the Tata Group adds to the Xiaomi mojo which has already cast a spell over India.
In 2016, China is expected to blow past the US for the first time , hitting US$7.7 billion in mobile gaming revenues to become the top market for mobile games.
With founders Lei Jun and Lin Bin in attendance, Xiaomi VP Hugo Barra shows off the thinner Mi 4i, which comes in 5 colors.
Like a room without a roof.
Meet the anti-Snapchat. It's a video diary that stores your memories for later viewing.