The RBI issued a circular cracking down on card-less payments, rumours are flying about Uber shutting in India. Here's what you need to know about the legal conundrum
Philippine smart phone company Cherry Mobile has introduced the Cherry Mobile Pinoy Appshop to give Philippine mobile app and game developers a less-competitive platform on which to sell their games.
Freelancer.com data suggests that freelancers should look to the booming 3D printing and internet of things industries for more lucrative work.
Startup hubs like to portray themselves as meritocracies but sexism is pervasive. To a man it may not be apparent. To a woman it can feel like a thousand cuts.
Most of us reading Games in Asia probably wouldn’t identify Garena as an internet company, but that’s just what The Economist has crowned it.
Nikesh Arora, a 10-year Google veteran, will leave Mountain View and join the ranks of Japan’s most aggressive telco. Arora will join the company in October.
Natali Ardianto used to be bad with people. But you would never guess it from the way he carries himself today. The loquacious, well-groomed co-founder and CTO of Tiket.com thinks back to his days at ...
Some Google services unblocked in China after last month’s crackdown [UPDATE: They’re blocked again!]
Today web users in mainland China are finding that some of Google’s sites and products are now unblocked and accessible.
19 of the hottest South Korean startups came to Tokyo looking for business partners – here’s our top five favorites
19 of the hottest South Korean startups came to Tokyo looking for business partners for Startup Alliance Korea. Here are the top five from their demo day.
According to Google’s communication manager in Singapore Robin Moroney, Indonesia’s presidential election has created a noticeable stir on Google’s Top Trending Topics, particularly when it comes to s...
Before Google's phone could arrive, Indian ecommerce leader Flipkart has pressed ahead by launching a range of budget smartphones, starting at about US$45.
Google I/O 2014 had a lot on display, including protesters raging against the megacorp Brin and Page built. Some of them were actually gaming related. Razer announced a new micro-console, Google decid...
GreatFire reports Google services have been almost completely cut off in the last four days, with no indication of if or when they might return.
GreatFire created a mirror site of Google similar to what the group did for The Wall Street Journal and Reuters Chinese sites when they were temporarily blocked
Rakuten Ventures managing partner Saemin Ahn shares many interesting insights on the Japanese investment scene.
Today, Google finally launched a Thai version of YouTube under a new local domain: YouTube.co.th.
Google has partnered with local streaming media services Tving and Hoppin to give users acccess to "tens of thousands of videos, movies, and popular TV shows."
Remember Occupy Wall Street? From a purely visual perspective, thoughts of that late-2011 social movement ought to conjure up images full of flourescent posterboard signage, folksy acoustic guitars, h...