China’s market regulator said today that the government will regulate ecommerce more strictly in an upcoming clampdown on counterfeit products and poor customer service.
Indonesia’s first hardware hackathon gave rise to a smart water monitoring device that wants to help Indonesia manage water resources.
Alibaba recently led a US$60M round in Quixey, an ambitious startup aiming to redefine mobile search. But the two firms' relationship goes far beyond funding.
2014 is the year where Southeast Asia proved itself to be a worthy challenger to Silicon Valley, and people are beginning to take notice of it.
The investment will go towards strengthening its position as category leader in Malaysia, and expanding to two other countries in Southeast Asia.
A number of international media entities have entered India in the past few months to cash in on the rapid rise in smartphone and internet usage in a large market.
Xiaomi may not be planning to sell smartphones in the US this year, but that doesn’t mean the company lacks for ambition on the mobile phone front. In fact, it’s just the opposite. At a press event re...
There's a vacuum in Southeast Asia for ecommerce cashback sites. Shopback wants to fill it up.
Well-funded ecommerce companies in India are going beyond adding new categories, products, and sellers, by taking the acquisition route to get ahead in the race with competitors.
If Bangalore can produce a Flipkart and Ola, why can’t Kolkata have its own startup superstars? Here’s how Nasscom attempts to pull that off.
In response to the growing national conversation about pollution, Baidu and other search engines have provided a lot of information for users who search for "smog".
Not content with the traditional avenues of commerce and trade, the Pakistani province of Punjab wants to lead the way in tech and startups.
With the crushing inevitability of a lungful of toxins on a Beijing spring morning, China’s controversial documentary about pollution, Under the Dome, is this evening being scrubbed from the internet....
The Japanese tech giant spent years miniaturizing infrared LEDs and cameras that allow next-level biometric security to fit in mobile devices.
Once known as China's answer to Facebook, Renren is aggressively investing in startups abroad.
Dineout eliminates the pain of making phone calls or queuing for a spot at popular, crowded, and top-tier restaurants in Manila.