Frrole developed tools for generating deep insights by analyzing data on social media.
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.
Very tough to sleep most nights of the week. Weekends don’t mean anything to you anymore. Closing a round of financing is not a relief. It means more people are...
The fledgling startup wants car owners, renters, and drivers to find each other and strike deals in Indonesia. It’s using tourist-laden Bali as a petri dish.
Startups are about growth Paul Graham’s essay in 2012 called “Startup = Growth” makes a big point in the first paragraph: A startup is a company designed to gro...
Are you willing to connect a social media account in order to get free wifi? This startup is hoping you're cool with that.
China Telecom connections to international sites have slowed to a glacial pace. Is this really a technical problem, or is Telecom pushing users towards a higher...
The Xfers founders are looking into how to make life simpler for sellers and buyers on places like Carousell.
India funding round-up: BigBasket, OneAssist, Scripbox, Allygrow, Green India Building Systems, Sheroes
Over US$5 billion of venture capital funding flowed into Indian startups last year. This year, the deals are coming thicker and faster. So we thought it would b...
Townista hopes to be the first thing that pops up in people’s minds when they think of a place to hang out or something fun to do.
The program has piloted operations in Pakistan and Nigeria, and plans to expand to other countries.
One month after launching operations in June, budget stay aggregator Wudstay bagged US$3 million in funding. Now, it has gobbled up a much older rival Awesome S...
Dating apps usually aren’t so attractive to investors. Yogrt, which mixes dating with gaming, is an outlier.
Tree Planet is winning over consumers, nonprofits, and corporate sponsors while tackling hunger, desertification, and concrete jungle grayness.
Video curation site Vidinterest is still rolling after overcoming an earthquake or two.
Speedrent connects landlords directly with renters for faster and less costly transactions.
Ecommerce has exploded like a bomb all across Asia. But while the technology has brought big money to internet sectors throughout the region, it also can also b...
Morikawa Akira left Line in April, and now he’s back to square one with a video platform startup that might just shush the haters.
Their first attempt in 2012 was rejected. However, they didn't give up hope.
GrabCar will be cheaper than a taxi. Unfortunately, the service area is limited for now