Nulab, a collaborative software startup from Fukuoka, went global without traditional marketing or investors.
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.
19 of the hottest South Korean startups came to Tokyo looking for business partners – here’s our top five favorites
19 of the hottest South Korean startups came to Tokyo looking for business partners for Startup Alliance Korea. Here are the top five from their demo day.
This Korean startup’s founders left Google and LG to crush Dropbox, today they secured $1M investment
Employees giving up their highly-prized, stable, and well-paid corporate careers in Korea’s tech behemoths used to be incredibly rare. But the young team at ASD...
Senti can understand social media mentions in both English and Filipino.
Awesome chart shows 50 countries with homegrown tech titans, but only 13 of those nations are in Asia
An interesting report from the Economist yesterday crunched data from the World Startup Report and lists the top three most valued tech companies in numerous co...
Vietnam's got three categories of startup growth: gaming, ecommerce, and mobile. But there's one new wave coming and it's booking, here's why this is the case. ...
The budding telco startup has announced the investments of two new major stakeholders hailing from India and France respectively.
One of the biggest problems Benson Chang identified while running a restaurant was the lack of manpower to take reservations during peak periods.
GrabTaxi executive Natasha Bautista introduces us to the drivers of GrabCar.
Pokket is an Indian startup that has created a marketplace for consumers to get apps, games, and other digital content without paying a single cent.
The companies will participate in the Silicon Valley Founder Institute (SVFI) program, where they will meet and get feedback from some of the world’s top techno...
This minimalist writing app for Chinese bloggers looks a lot like Medium, and it just got seed funding
Jianshu (literally translates to "simple book") is a minimalist writing and blogging environment reminiscent of Medium and Svbtle.
A Chinese social network for mothers has secured US$20 million in series B funding to help it grow. LMBang already has 20 million registered users.
While GrabTaxi currently has the second largest fleet of cab drivers locally, it remains to be seen if they can replicate their performance with luxury car hire...
Goodpatch, a young design firm in Tokyo, is becoming the company of choice for many in the tech community. Its CEO, Naofumi Tsuchiya, dropped out of college to...
Viibar, a Tokyo-based startup, is on a mission to liberate technical professionals from the stifling world of industrial video production. Founded by Yuta Kamis...
Rainbow.dot lets game developers select different genres of artwork ranging from characters, items, to backgrounds.
Tech in Asia rounded up six Japanese crowdfunding projects, ranging from interesting to absurd, with time still remaining. Things get weird at number five.
Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent are racing to amass the broadest and highest quality library of educational courses.
Ray Teng, founder of safety wearable WaryBee, has a daughter and a son, and couldn't help but worry about their safety in lieu of kidnapping cases in Malaysia.
A group of Pakistani techies have today completed and published the Pakistan Startup Report 2014 and an accompanying Pakistan Startup Wiki.
Books, clothes, and electronics; these we have become familiar with in stores like Flipkart. Latest online marketplace Tolexo sells heat guns, drills, and so on
If nothing else, Juny “Acong” Maimun is a survivor. The 34-year-old founder and CEO of Indowebster sits relaxed on a chic blue sofa in the Indonesia Data Center...
Astroscale and Pocari Sweat's Lunar Dream Capsule will also be carrying an exclusive J-pop song to the moon.
Android/iOS app inLoyal stores all your loyalty programs in your phone, and lets you benefit from all the deals, discounts, and other rewards that brands offer.
iDreamsky translates and localizes artwork and other content for the Chinese market, then distributes it to Chine's myriad of third-party Android app stores.
With just four million internet users in the country, is it the right time to venture into Myanmar's tech space?
“55 percent of the files on Indowebster are illegal content,” explains chief operating officer Abang Suluh Husodo. “But the users love it. We evolved from sites...