It’s easy to register a business and call it a game startup, but how do you take it beyond a two or three-man outfit into a powerhouse studio more akin to Rovio or Supercell?
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.
The now-patented Sound Array is the core technology behind the ARCHT One, responsible for the thumping bass that can be heard from anywhere in the room.
The six startups presenting at the grand finale all looked promising and worth investing in, which is frankly rare for these types of pitch competitions.
Here's the story of how this born-and-raised Londoner arrived in the “Island of the Gods”, and started a business from scratch.
Finally, a Bitcoin wallet that everyone knows how to use.
Nota Inc., the Kyoto-based startup behind cloud-powered screenshot app Gyazo, boasts more than 8.5 million monthly active users.
Guangzhou-based Ehang aims to get its Ghost drone into the hands of an audience beyond the already-saturated market of RC flying hobbyists.
If you're just starting a website in China and looking for investors or advertisers, you may need to buy web traffic just to keep up with competitors.
Unlike most tech companies we know today, Xurpus did not take in any venture capital. The company will raise funds for the first time ever - through an initial public offering planned for this year.
The city of Osaka has laid the groundwork for a medical technology and startup hub, but can it stop the brain drain of talent to Tokyo?
Appvera is attempting to marry legacy desktop apps with the convenience of SaaS.
The Sun Microsystems co-founder spoke at a closed meeting with Itochu Technology Ventures executives and portfolio startup CEOs.
Topica Founder’s Institute has just graduated its latest batch of startups. Three of them have already been funded. Can you guess which?
Believe it. This YouTube program is being developed by Singapore's Infocomm Investments. Join as a contestant if you want to get a taste of VC life.
The crowdsourcing firm isn't the market leader but it will beat its rival to an IPO.
10 startups have created these really fun, smart gadgets. Three of them are crowdfunding right now.