Uber has single-handedly shaped the startup scene in Asia this year.
Co-working space Conclave is Indonesia’s newest hub for tech entrepreneurs. Situated near Jakarta’s central business district, the building’s concrete and wood interior is the kind of place one would ...
Vimala Defense Warlords is one of the best looking games out of Indonesia, but is it the most fun to play?
While there was plenty not to like about China’s web and tech realms in 2014, it was undoubtedly another year of major milestones and notable achievements.
China's biggest game company has set up a new partnership to give it another window into Japan's mobile gaming market.
Baidu is reportedly about to sink $600 million into Uber. But with the company embroiled in a safety scandal and PR faux pas, is this the kind of partnership Baidu really wants?
One Bitcoin remittance service, Rebit.ph, shares it has booked a spike in value of transactions since October.
Philippines consumer tech company Xurpas has acquired a stake in Manila-based Altitude Games.
The second annual event at Keio University featured 10 startups from Japan and around the world, but pair of hometown heroes finished on top.
The Philippines’ Justice department tells telcos to deliver what they promised: unlimited means unlimited.
A group of young students from Lahore, Pakistan, decided they want to make access to public transport easier within their city and developed an app named Travely.
Sony relied on Palo Alto's World Innovation Lab to make the product happen.
Shinichiro Obata, CEO and founder of Byking, was working in Capcom before he left to form his own studio. Why did he do it?
Lalamove's Blake Larson talked about moving Asia's logistics industry at a meetup event in Taipei.
2014 had some pretty awesome indie mobile games. Here are 16 of them.
Uber vows to put its house in order, but the question is how taxi apps that connect commercially licensed drivers with their customers should be regulated.
It’s Cyber Monday, and should you be in the mood for power shopping online in Indonesia, there’s no better day than today to explore local ecommerce sites.
Is it a security measure, or is it protectionism? I'm inclined to side with the latter.
One Tesla driver in China took matters into his own hands by plugging his Tesla Model S into a utility pole.
In this guest post, Indonesian tech luminary Andi S. Boediman explains what Indonesia needs to do to build on its vast market and huge potential.
JD, China's second-biggest ecommerce company after Alibaba, today announced its fourth quarter 2014 earnings report.
The startup helps small-medium businesses and accountants come together in a shared online ledger, and it just bagged seed funding from an aggressive local VC.
Cheers adds a new dimension to social messaging: aside from texts and multimedia content, users can send ‘gifts’ - or their equivalent amount - right into a friend’s digital wallet.
The BesTV subsidiary in charge of China's Xbox One didn't have a great 2014, financially speaking. And ecommerce numbers suggest its 2015 could be even worse.
Where should China's charitable giving go? Is enough of it coming back to China? Is Jack Ma taking his money overseas? In a new blog post, Ma fires back at critics and the media.
The localized content provider hopes to dethrone Google Play on Android in Indonesia, and it just got a fresh hit of capital from a Japanese VC firm.
DataStreamX believes it can become the go-to marketplace for real-time data. Now it just needs to sign on some customers.
Indonesia’s big conglomerate Lippo Group just launched its ecommerce site MatahariMall. It invested $500M and hopes to become the archipelago’s Alibaba.
The 10-month old company has netted its second funding round and serves 600,000 users.
Line Taxi is taking advantage of a key partnership with a local taxi company’s army of cars, expanding its reach far beyond that of Uber’s.
The new app, called Airtake, preserves precious space on your mobile by not storing the photos on your phone at all. It's easy to get 100GB storage for free.
Pakistan makes the headlines of international news for all the wrong reasons, which is a pity given the number of opportunities present.
Bitcoin enthusiasts in China exchanged a total of RMB 10 million (US$1.6 million) in Chinese New Year gifts using the cryptocurrency.
The telco-backed marketplace is approaching its one-year anniversary, and CEO James Lee lets the public in on how much has been invested to date.