Focusing on Android apps, this study shows which primary global app markets share similar characteristics and which ones have more unique consumer tastes.
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 space startup has raised some dough from some heavyweight Japanese investors.
Digital nomad Pieter Levels sees it as a natural progression of the nomadic lifestyle, especially as more and more people are jumping on the remote work bandwagon.
Cricly, a new Android app, lets you look up live cricket scores on your phone’s lockscreen. This solves the hassle of locating an app each time you need a score update.
Five early-stage startups in Hong Kong have emerged to offer the exact same service: on-demand storage for your junk. It's not a new model, but it's a good one. How might this competition evolve?
Stayzilla has something for every traveler: from hotels, homestays, and peer-to-peer rentals a la Airbnb to guest houses, jungle lodges, and boat houses.
Mixi spent $14.8 million on Muse & Co., a flash-sales fashion startup for Japanese women.
During a wide-ranging Q&A with a student-only audience, Peter Thiel shared his thoughts on artificial intelligence, fighting legacy players, and getting funded.
US investors, including Scott Nolan of Founders Fund and Sam Altman of Silicon Valley startup accelerator Y Combinator, participated in this funding round.
Chinese K-12 learning and teaching platform 17zuoye has just raised a bucket of cash from some of Asia's most famous investors. Perhaps it's because the site's users have increased more than 7x in the...
Chinese nails and makeup app Helijia has just announced it has raised $50M in additional funding.
Israeli startup Extreme Reality's tech has allowed the Chinese companies Xiaocong and Qihoo 360 to add motion gaming to their console without increasing the cost for consumers.
Wooplr lets users discover fashion and food products they like, find what’s trending around them through photographs, and recommend those to their friends and the community.
In the last three years, close to a hundred Philippine startups have received funding from investors and these startups are leading the way in innovation.