The VC - PLDT Capital - will invest primarily in mobile engagement platforms, content, mcommerce, and digital services.
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Sad news for Evernote and the people affected, but this will give the company a chance to regroup and refocus.
UangTeman provides short-term micro loans online in Jakarta. It puts money in your account within 24 hours, but won’t break your legs if you can’t pay on time.
RedDoorz service helps the budget accommodation space that suffers from low online penetration. IT bagged funding from Jungle Ventures.
Anish Mampetta used to build robotic missile-guidance systems for military use. Then he became a father. Now he makes robocars for kids to learn tech through pl...
People can’t seem to agree on Singapore these days. Barely one month after Compass released their Startup Ecosystem Ranking 2015 report qualifying Singapore as ...
The Singaporean startup is a popular online destination for Asian-made short films, and is looking to capture new territories.
KebunBibit takes home the crown at the Tech in Asia Jakarta Tour pitch battle in Surabaya.
The next two faces you’ll see at TIA Jakarta 2015: Roger Egan of RedMart and Veronika Linardi of Qerja. Learn how they steered their firms through tough times.
A Hong Kong-based sextech startup is bringing adult toys for men up to speed with modern technology.
Paytm has 100 million active users for its wallet. It claims to carry out 75 million transactions every month.
When I hear “mind-controlled super-accurate robot arms with lasers on them,” the first things to flash through my mind are Terminator and Inspector Gadget. But,...
Rather than make it a standalone app that people would have to download, they created the Laiye concierge as a brand account inside the WeChat messaging app.
Their flagship venture, Zameen, is considered to be the dominant player in the space.
The partnership with TalkingData, which tracks users on 1.5 billion mobile devices, will improve targeting of mobile ads for InMobi.
Slurp’s iPad point-of-sale system allows food retailers to manage their menu and store sales information in the cloud.
Besides the new fund, Qualcomm will set up an innovation lab in Bangalore to provide engineering support to mobile internet companies.