“If you can get ahold of Facebook’s product roadmap, it’s a giant WeChat clone,” says William Bao Bean. “China is behind in a lot of different areas, but one ar...
Social media keeps on growing in Asia. Besides the perpetual growth of mainstream sites such as Facebook, up-and-coming startups are also jumping on the bandwagon, aiming to become leaders in their respective markets. With tough competition in the region, social media is becoming a numbers game, driven by compelling new features. At Tech in Asia, we aim to uncover all these goings-on in Asia’s social scene.
Flipkart’s founder Sachin Bansal has come forward in support of Snapdeal in the wake of consumer backlash
The app, backed by Weibo, now has 5 million active users each day. And it's now a unicorn.
Decision comes in the wake of 'security reasons'.
This messaging app allows you a private corner to interact with those you care for most. Vietnamese authorities find it too private and want to shut it down.
AppVirality has a plug-and-play DIY dashboard to make growth hacks easier for app developers and marketers. It just raised fresh funding from prominent angels.
Facebook also hit an important milestone in terms of daily active users.
With Carro, car sellers are assured of a sure sale, while buyers need not worry about being sold lemons.
Sit up and take notice! Ecommerce firms have launched an advertising blitzkrieg in India this Diwali.
There are now 130 million active Facebook users in India. But Zuckerberg knows there could be so, so many more.
Line added only one million monthly active users (MAUs) in the three months from June to September. That's really bad.
A quick guide to selling on WeChat, China's most popular chat app.
The Facebook founder stopped in at IIT Delhi for a Q and A today.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg was at Beijing's Tsinghua University on Saturday where he gave a 22-minute speak entirely in Chinese. English subtitles included.
The Philippines is in the midst of a political transformation, and this change is best exemplified by the past month’s social media explosions.
A Singaporean fintech startup wants to be a part of the payments revolution in one of the most promising markets in Southeast Asia.