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...
Uber put Ola and other local on-demand taxi services in India under intense pressure in a price war after entering India in 2013. TaxiForSure found it hard to keep up, so a merger works out better for...
The huge growth potential of tech startups as vast swathes of Indians get online is persuading Japanese investors to overcome their instinctive reluctance to enter a chaotic market like India.
Alibaba and Tencent ramped up the taxi-booking battle in China by incorporating the startup services in their own mobile apps.
Netflix will arrive in the fall, but the Japanese market is not easy. Can it avoid the traps that doomed Hulu?
Uber already has an uphill ride, trying to comply with radio taxi license rules in India. And now the road’s getting steeper with two of its main rivals merging.
What a start to the year. There have been new investments in Indonesia companies every week of 2015 so far, and this week’s announcement according to DailySocial is mobile app Dealoka raising an undis...
China-based taxi hailing app Kuaidi Dache confirmed today that it has secured US$600 million in funding.
The latest robot companion from Japan craves attention, like a cross between a Tamagotchi and one of those dolls from home economics class.
Advitiya Sharma came to Mumbai from Jammu & Kashmir, known more as a hotbed of terror than a launch pad for tech. But he’s the man behind Housing, a trailblazing real estate portal in India.
While the established tech giants continue to design most of the country’s hardware, this year saw several strong entries from domestic startups.
The rumored investment is now confirmed and is even bigger than expected.
The team now has a considerable war chest to accelerate GrabTaxi's rapid expansion in Southeast Asia.
The Japanese conglomerate is even targeting startups in Southeast Asia.
Tokopedia CEO William Tanuwijaya may not have the prestigious background you’d expect from a powerful startup founder, but he's the real deal.