Moai's Aquatrek is an aquatic robot with an IP camera that can clean your aquarium and monitor water quality.
Startups are Tech in Asia’s bread and butter. As Asia’s startup ecosystems grow, we’ll be here to document both their successes and failures. From seed-stage bootstrappers to multimillion-dollar exits, every startup worth its salt deserves a chance to be heard.
This Hong Kong startup wants to help employers find the right candidate more easily while simultaneously helping applicants become that perfect candidate.
How do you get fluent in a language? It's not about taking classes, it's about talking with native speakers and getting practice.
Sleepace, maker of a gadget that monitors people’s sleep, revealed today that it has secured US$7 million in series B funding.
The Kat Walk treadmill wants you to get up, get down, and get jiggy with VR. It supports popular games like Crossfire and GTA
With an amazingly thin board and a neat remote controller, this electric skateboard will keep you busy until your hoverboard arrives.
Xu Xiaoping's full speech on how to pitch to investors is now available, so we've translated it in full.
Famed Chinese angel investor and Zhenfund founder Xu Xiaoping shares his two keys to successfully winning over investors with your startup pitch. They're not wh...
In China, one new startup is eschewing Magic's reliance on SMS - so last century! - in favor of WeChat. They've come up with WeSecretary.
This China-based startup is working on a social app that's about private moments of authenticity, not blasting the image of your "best you" to the masses.
An IMAX for your pocket? That's how PaPa is presenting its portable projector, and investors are buying in.
Point-of-sale startup Bindo is ready to ride on China’s ecommerce growth.
Beijing-based VC firm Keytone Ventures, which joined Innospark's series B round, will help the indie dev reach further into the lucrative Chinese market.
The startup is seeing a rapid increase in bookings, and with the money it’ll expand aggressively in China and Southeast Asia.
Nice changes direction and broadens its horizon in an effort to attract more users and move beyond its homeland of China.
The Shanghai-based startup designs and produces 3D-printed press-on nails and then sells them around the world.
Rage faces, Obama’s “not bad” face, something that looks like Dick Butt - welcome to China's oddest (and most fun) new social app.
China is still a country where people prefer to pay up-front – often with wads of cash. But that's not stopping startups from offering loans and microloans.
It’s not a controller, it’s not a hub, and it’s not just for notifications. But this startup thinks the ELLA Assistant is a helpful addition to any household.