If there was ever an inspiration for women in the tech industry, it’s Zhou Qunfei. This self made billionaire is the founder of Hong Kong based touchscreen manu...
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Earlier this month, the prestigious medical journal The Lancet sounded the alarm: smoking is set to kill one in three young Chinese men over the next few decade...
If you’ve been following us at Tech In Asia, you’ll know that we’ve been hosting interesting figures in Asia’s startup ecosystem with our Ask Me Anything series...
China's Ele.me has just announced a new B2B business called Youcai aimed at getting small restaurants the ingredients they need.
Different foods, same pair of chopsticks.
The time for fear is here! Check out these creepy technologies that Asia's tech industry is busy building to terrorize you.
It won't walk, run, or talk in that high-pitched anime voice. But you can hug it!
The Jakarta-based food discovery startup just got takeaway in the form of an $8M series B funding round led by Richmond Global Ventures and Gobi Partners.
Instead of giving you directions or controlling your music, Kirobo Mini is a conversation partner that helps you stay awake and aware.
No, this is not another Uber clone.
As the ecommerce market continues to evolve through research and client work we have put together the key elements of change for 2016 and how brand’s need to th...
Google’s parent firm has partnered with Indonesia’s top telcos to begin Project Loon in the country. If successful, balloons will deliver the web to rural areas...
Chinese phone maker OnePlus this afternoon unveiled a new budget smartphone that starts at US$249.
The ridesharing service is working with Singapore’s Disabled People’s Association and Levelfield to provide an effective service.
Telstra is looking to partner with the Philippines’ San Miguel to disrupt the duopoly of PLDT and Globe in the archipelago nation.
Nintendo and DeNA stock were down 10 and 15 percent, respectively, after Nintendo’s president unveiled their first mobile game.