College kids are lazy, and if they can order something remotely, they will. Zhai.me hopes to take advantage of that.
The company has created an app designed specifically for mobile-first, enterprise chat.
Southeast Asian finance and insurance portal Compare88, the parent company of Indonesia’s CekAja just snapped up series A funding from Monk’s Hill Ventures.
Tech in Asia is coming to Hong Kong on March 10 for the third stop in our Tech in Asia Tour.
Koichi Saito has raised a new VC fund called KK Fund. Saito has partnered with Masahiko Honma from Incubate Fund and will focus on seed investments in Asia.
The attraction with Braintree's v.zero software development kit (SDK) lies in its ease of use. Developers can integrate the tool seamlessly into their app just by copying and pasting code.
The Japanese transport ministry has asked Uber to cease a ridesharing program that collects big data to improve the city's transportation infrastructure.
East Ventures' Southeast Asian fund and serial entrepreneur Edgar Chiu will help VideoSelfie increase its presence in Android-obsessed SEA.
Alibaba's proposed $315M fund poses a PR crisis for the Taiwan government.
With money entering the Asian startup ecosystem, new services spring up to address entrepreneurs’ needs. Growth Hacking Asia provides digital marketing advice for startups in the region.
The Apple Watch is not a good product. But beyond that, it shows that Apple has lost the high ground when it comes to forward thinking and innovation.
Alibaba today announced that its Aliyun platform, which started in China in 2009, is now adding a data center filled with servers in Silicon Valley.
It’s a similar situation to Xiaomi’s upcoming US debut – it’s all about ecommerce rather than smartphones.
Will apps make the web browser irrelevant? Or will they simply co-exist until the next disruption? Join us at the Tech in Asia Ho Chi Minh and Yangon meetups on March 17 and 27 as Huib Kleinhout of Op...
Korea-based mobile media group Yello Mobile’s acquisition spree continues, as it gobbles up majority stake in Indonesian adtech company Adplus.
Magic is the buzziest startup in the US right now. But if you look at its business model, it's actually better suited for Asia.
There hasn't been a year quite like 2014 for Asia's startup scene. It's about to get better.
Today, Indonesian jobs information site Qerja announced that after just eight months in operation, the company has secured a series A funding round the SB ISAT Fund, a collaboration between SoftBank a...