IndoorAtlas wants to become Google Maps for shopping centers, train stations, and other enclosed structures by utilizing their unique magnetic fields.
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China’s leading on-demand laundry startup, Edaixi, this week revealed it has secured US$100 million in series B funding.
Even though India has recycling facilities, it still has a big garbage problem. Saahas wants to change that.
The Singaporean company will bolster its presence in Southeast Asian markets and up its hiring and acquisition game ahead of a potential IPO.
The Bangalore-based startup makes a Square-esque gadget that attaches to a smartphone and allows retailers and merchants to process credit card transactions on ...
I'm in the bull's eye of this Indonesian startup's target group, so I agreed to join a trial.
Practo is on the cusp of hyper growth and global expansion. The varied experience of marquee investors, especially Tencent from China, will be invaluable for th...
Znapin throws fun challenges at people to take selfies and videos. Users can also challenge their friends to take up the challenge in private or public.
Get the skinny on the startups that raised funds in India today.
Trip on Halal hopes to leapfrog more established Muslim-focused startups with a strong mobile strategy and a leg up in the MaGIC Accelerator Program.
With 10 million downloads in its first month and 96 percent of players outside of Japan, Brain Dots solidifies Translimit as a mobile gaming hitmaker.
Logistics is undergoing a sea change. Here's the story about the people who are making it happen.
Here’s what we learned about corporations in the startup ecosystem and the rising of mobile in Southeast Asia, from our panels of experts.
Practo, a doctor discovery app for India, has raised a series C round led by China's Tencent, an internet giant known for its mobile service WeChat.
"It's like Meetup.com for mobile," says the startup’s founder. It’s all about groups of up to six people connecting to do an activity together.
Fuller conquered the Japanese Android data analytics market with its free applications. Now it’s headed to Silicon Valley.
“They’re sitting on a gold mine of user data, superior to what’s been accumulated by the likes of Facebook or Google,” Zeotap co-founder Projjol Banerjea tells ...
Appvigil scans apps to detect vulnerability and loopholes and provides recommendations to fix them.
500 Startups and Malaysian partner MaGIC unveil the first batch of seven startups that will undergo the 10-week Distro Dojo growth program in Cyberjaya.