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The visual tech is included in the Indian ecommerce company’s mobile app, aimed at fashion shoppers.
It is also partnering with online travel planning agencies to allow travelers to plan trips based on the location of eateries.
Indonesia’s Kakatu app has some nice features - including self-recorded video messages - to help parents limit their kids’ time spent on gadgets.
An IMAX for your pocket? That's how PaPa is presenting its portable projector, and investors are buying in.
One lucky startup from Indonesia gets to travel to the Tech in Asia Tokyo 2015 Conference in September, all expenses paid. But which one? Read on to find out.
Zenatix’s backers include bigwigs like Google’s southeast Asia head Rajan Anandan, Snapdeal founders, and former UTC head Zubin Irani.
BankBazaar sells financial products like insurance policies, loans, and credit cards.
Pal+ receives renewed investment from partner Asiasoft and continues development of the rebadged social network.
Point-of-sale startup Bindo is ready to ride on China’s ecommerce growth.
Five Kansai area startups pitched for a chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip to our main event in September.
The IITians’ Gozoomo secures followup funding of $5 million from SAIF Partners to restore faith in buying used cars in India
The Uber-like app HandyHome connects users with only brands’ authorized service centers.
Rakuten paid more than US$3.48 million for the tour marketplace. Expect more of such deals in the online travel space in the future.
Uber has launched its services in seven more cities in India. It was announced today that Uber will now be present in Mysore, Bhubaneswar, Coimbatore, Indore, V...
Cloudcherry is the latest of the Chennai-based SaaS companies to come into the spotlight, with its first external funding from Chennai Angels and IDG Ventures
A collaboration between the two investors aims at South Korea’s burgeoning fintech scene.
After retiring from as the head of Tata Group, the $100 billion conglomerate, he has taken an active interest in the tech startup space.
RailYatri raised an undisclosed pre-series A funding led by Helion Venture Partners along with Omidyar Network.
The founders believe citizens can draw inspiration from a fictitious superhero, eventually driving social change.