Legendary American creator of comic book characters Stan Lee, who gave us Iron Man and Spiderman, created Chakra, a superhero born in Mumbai, for Graphic India.
IDG Ventures, an early investor in Baidu, Ctrip, and Tencent, has just invested in Indian startup Tripoto, an online destination for travel stories and itineraries.
There was no other company doing retargeting - the almost eerie technology that ecommerce companies use to lure a potential customer who strayed out of a site without completing a transaction - when V...
Angel investors from the US, India, and Singapore have just invested in wWhere, a map-based app that aims to solve a range of location-related problems people face everyday.
Frilp - a combo of ‘friends’ and ‘help’ - uses advanced algorithms to suggest the shops or services you need, based on recommendations from friends on your social networks.
TechHub and iSPIRT collaborate to present the UK as a platform for Indian startups looking to go global. Five startups were chosen to visit The Landing, a co-working space.
This Bangalore-based startup, founded by a doctor, is building an app-based academic support system for doctors, and it just got seed funding from Kae Capital, Teruhide Sato, and GSF.
Qyk helps users hire services like pest control, salsa lessons, and pet training, as well as professionals like tax consultants, wedding photographers, and architects.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi yesterday announced it will open 100 ‘service and experience stores’ across India, including Hyderabad, Chennai, and Bangalore.
Mobile innovator Paytm now has biz tycoon Ratan Tata in its corner to take on India’s ecommerce leaders
Alibaba’s financial affiliate Ant Financial has a 25% stake in Paytm, and now Ratan Tata who heads US$100 billion Tata group of companies has also picked up a minority stake in this mobile commerce in...
India has 67 million diabetics, second only to China’s 96 million. Part of the reason for the rise of diabetes is lack of monitoring. DiabetOmics aims to change that by developing painless tests.
Tiger Global and Sequoia Capital have just made a big bet on this Bangalore-based mobile gaming startup. Here's why.
Rocket Internet’s online food ordering service Foodpanda revealed today that it has secured US$110 million in funding – far and away its biggest investment to date.
Xiaomi’s MiPad, which comes with a 7.9-inch 1080p HD screen, will cost INR 12,999 (US$207), while the Redmi 2 (with a 4.7-inch 720p HD screen) is pegged at INR 6,999 (US$112).
Private equity firms and venture capitalists are becoming more interested in exploring the lucrative potential of the region.
With an eye to over a billion future smartphone users in India and Southeast Asia, App Annie has a new office to reach out to app developers in the region.
An unseemly spat has broken out between two leaders in the Indian startup ecosystem after Sequoia Capital hired an employee from Housing.