VNG, Vietnam's top consumer tech company, just announced that its chat app, Zalo, just hit 30 million registered users.
ConnectNPay’s first product, mobile wallet Mywallet Plus, was born out of a need for a fast and secure bills payment system that caters even to the unbanked in Myanmar.
Amitabh Bachchan has invested in global cloud storage service firm Ziddu at a valuation of $71 million.
Serial entrepreneur Deepak Ravindran’s newest baby is Lookup, an instant messaging app that connects users with local shops, restaurants, and even police stations.
Paybill.io is on a fast track to expand globally, allowing quick, easy, and anonymous bill payments for people working abroad.
Motorcycles might seem scary to some, but GrabTaxi’s VP of marketing Cheryl Goh is clear that passenger safety is “of utmost importance” to the company.
Adrian Vanzyl, CEO of Ardent Capital, is preparing to take Indonesia by storm with aCommerce, office supplies, women’s apparel, and cash back shopping tech.
New numbers on China's mobile broadband market show it's probably hit 50% penetration, but growth is slowing.
The Chinese version of the Xbox One is getting a price drop, but will it be enough to turn flagging sales around?
Contrary to popular perception of Rahul Yadav being a loose canon, he appeared well-reasoned in a rapid-fire grilling, which covered the whole gamut from controversies to company practices and his out...
Since about 2013, Indonesia's "big three" have become serious about digital innovation. Telkom and Indosat each have strong programs, while XL Axiata lags behind.
The startup projects a run-rate of over US$10 million in the coming months; aims to keep the growth streak alive with two acquisitions since March 2015.
Can Fove's affordable eye-tracking technology - promising a deeper, more emotional gaming experience - differentiate it from billion-dollar rival Oculus Rift?
Compass, formerly called Startup Genome, is compiling the second edition of its ambitious ranking of startup ecosystems worldwide. They need your help.
The startup raised funding from Peesh Venture Capital whose limited partners are mostly stakeholders of some of the large universities in the US.
An "internet for the poor," as some critics have called it, is still far more beneficial than no internet at all.
FPT, Vietnam's largest tech company, with revenues over a $1 billion per year, is now opening its own $3 milion-per-year seed fund, FPT Ventures.