PressPlay offers passengers a wide selection of entertainment in the form of movies, games and songs while they are traveling in bus.
Xiaomi’s India boss, Manu Kumar Jain, today announced new ways for Indian consumers to buy its smartphones or tablets, including via Amazon.
Quikr, a classifieds site that’s one of India’s best-funded startups, today revealed that it has secured a further US$150 million in funding. This is its eighth major round of funding, which now total...
PropTiger will use the startup’s expertise to build a design studio that will innovate for better user experience.
My life is full of words beginning with C, says Yuvraj Singh in his memoir. The latest one is ‘capital’ because the cricket icon from Chandigarh is now a VC.
It doesn’t matter where the software-maker is based, in California or Coimbatore. The sales model of Software-as-a-Service evens the playing field, and puts Indian startups on a roll.
The startup gives villagers access to specialized doctors through its mobile health clinics.
Zoomcar offers a hyperlocal self-drive service. The app enables users to unlock the rented car in the nearest parking lot, and drive away without need for human intervention.
With TinyOwl, Yepme, and FreeCharge as sponsors, cricket has come a long way from the Reliance World Cup in 1987. And so has the Indian tech startup ecosystem.
Bluegape, backed by angel network ah! Ventures, generated over 200 listicles per day on its platform.
Gobi’s latest fund is anchored in Singapore, and its partners have been talking to a number of Indian entrepreneurs who have shifted their base to the business-friendly island.
Freshdesk, one of India’s coolest startups, wants to “save” smart engineers stuck in dull IT jobs. One such engineer, who was “saved” last year, explains how a hackathon changed his mindset.
Food ordering and delivery app Swiggy has raised INR 120 million (US$2 million) from Accel Partners and SAIF Partners. Swiggy app accepts orders from users and has 150 delivery personnel who pick-up t...
CoCubes, backed by Ojas Venture Partners, claims to serve over a million students from 2,600 colleges and has 450 recruiting firms on board.
Unitus is holding a series of competitions for edtech startups in India. Two winners from each competition get an opportunity to pitch for seed funding of US$160,000.
The tech play will increase the ratio of home deliveries and make the orders per store rise two-fold, says the Indian food startup’s founder in an exclusive chat with Tech in Asia.
Six Indian startups, shortlisted from nearly 200 applicants, went up on stage in Bangalore to make their pitches to a multi-national panel of investors from Japan, Indonesia, and India.
Snapdeal acquired RupeePower, which will be integrated into Snapdeal’s newly launched financial services marketplace.