Nintendo is going mobile. But it's 2015: isn't it too late for the Japanese gaming giant to jump on the mobile gaming bandwagon?
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.
More and more players are entering the mobile payments space in Southeast Asia yet most consumers aren’t biting. That’s about to change.
Tim Cook hailed “Apple’s most successful year ever” as it pulled in US$234 billion in revenue in the 12 months from October 2014 to September 2015.
The taxi-hailing service celebrated its 2nd anniversary in India on Friday.
Bolo.me is bringing live streaming - which has previously been mostly used for gaming and entertainment - into the world of cross-border ecommerce.
Apple may have picked its spot for its first ever retail store in Singapore.
Buying coffee... buying groceries... paying utility bills... WeChat wants to help you do all that along with being a social network. But how good is it?
Tencent's mobile money transfers just got slightly more expensive for power users. Guess who's not happy about that change?
Momolay is a mobile-first entertainment and social news startup that’s rapidly gaining a wide audience in the once military junta-controlled Myanmar.
It’s been a big year for food delivery startups in India. 31 startups have raised US$161.5 million in investment capital in what has been called a US$6 billion ...
Moneytree is all about helping people manage their spending.
Uber CEO and founder Travis Kalanick said today that China now accounts for 30 percent of all Uber rides around the world.
The mobile industry has seen a tremendous change in the past few years. On one hand, we have the established phone manufacturers demanding a premium price for t...
Voodoo raised US$1 million to help people compare prices on their phones.
OnePlus founder Pete Lau calls it the next big step for the Chinese phone maker.