Crowdfunding hits for smart gadgets made in India are rare, but this in-car heads-up display looked a winner.
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Jack Ma is auctioning another painting. How much do you think this one will go for?
It also announced a 30 percent return on investment to date. The new fund is over three times the size of its previous one.
Marvelstone plans to follow the lead of Wework and Y Combinator to acquire co-working spaces and support startups.
And no, there was no riot in the streets.
With the acquisition, Freshdesk gets access to natural language processing technology from Frilp.
Run Run Super V is a 2D action game that allows players to form their own ranger squadron and battle with evil forces.
Among others, ad-tech startup Eywa Media raised money today to connect ads across your phone, computer and television.
The trend of Indian startups hiring high profile executives to help them scale up and compete with global rivals continues. Meet the latest recruit.
EasyFix plans to expand its geographical reach to 15 cities in India. It will also build tools to improve delivery turnaround time.
It’s China’s biggest ever tech investment in the US - prestigious Tsinghua University is investing US$3.8 billion into hard-drive maker Western Digital.
Wydr will allow real-time catalogue sharing, network building, deal discovery, order processing, and reach expansion through unique chat-enabled tools.
Eywa Media measures consumer response and engagement across different media for marketing purposes.
Sequoia India is also an investor in Craftsvilla.
China's government sees big money flowing into its internet industry over the next three years.
Origami, one of Japan's most-funded startups, is leveraging its successful online-to-offline shopping app to provide in-store payments.
Rocket Internet's H1 2015 financials reveal a lot about Lazada, Zalora, Jabong, and Foodpanda.
The VC - PLDT Capital - will invest primarily in mobile engagement platforms, content, mcommerce, and digital services.
Sad news for Evernote and the people affected, but this will give the company a chance to regroup and refocus.