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Indonesia is a tricky market. Though it has immense potential growth over the next decade, the country is comprised of over 10,000 islands, with diverse languages and cultures in many different areas, so reaching out to these people has its own sets of challenges. The tech infrastructure is still growing, too. But where many might see a hindrance at first glance can turn out to be opportunities for savvy players
What is the motivation of evil? Indonesia’s Tinker Games is looking to solve that puzzle in its proposed new game, Pale Blue.
Having the mindset to start a business is good, but having the mental strength to bounce back after several failed ventures and really make it in the end is something else entirely.
Save the world one instance at a time when the Phantasy Star Online 2 English service launches later this month!
Pixel Marathon is an endless runner from Indonesia’s Tinker Games, and boy, does it look good! But can its gameplay keep pace with how great the game appears to be? Read on to find out!
With Vimeo now joining Imgur and Reddit on the blacklist, is this the start of Indonesia’s version of China’s Great Firewall?
The running game just got an overhaul in NHN Entertainment Singapore’s newest Southeast Asia exclusive, Puzzle Run.
BlackBerry finally launched its affordable BlackBerry 10 smartphone, the BlackBerry Z3 (a.k.a. BlackBerry Jakarta) today in Indonesia.
Indonesian indie horror game DreadOut has finally been released. Now, should you buy it? Watch our review to find out!
In this thriving market, there are a lot of marketplace options that you can find on the web. Below, Tech in Asia has listed five of the key players (in no particular order).
The objective of this new program is to try stop so many teenagers dropping out of Indonesia’s upper high school system. Over five million middle and high school graduates do not continue their educat...
So Nintendo is going to look at emerging markets. But does it know what exactly to look at? We give you the lowdown on what Asia really needs from Nintendo.
Covering a wedding planner, online directory, forum, and ecommerce, Weddingku is looking to be a one-stop solution for all wedding ceremonies in Indonesia.
Are you into horror games? Then get excited, because one of this year's most promising looking titles is coming next week.
Currently Orori sells various jewelry products including wedding rings and pendants. You can also buy diamonds, gold bars, and gift packages on the site.