As millions of people across the world are denied their natural right to freedom of speech, Lantern may offer them hope.
These Pakistani brothers skipped college, taught themselves to code, and built a site that attracts 100M monthly visits
If there was one thing they wanted to do, it was entrepreneurship. But their startup, Tune.pk, took a long time to make it into the limelight.
Michelle Phan shot to fame with her make-up tutorials on YouTube. Now she's a startup powerhouse. Her next move is going from the US to Asia.
The search giant continues to reach out to China, even if its consumer-facing presence there remains minimal.
The offline feature will allow users to download a movie over wi-fi at home, and then watch it offline on a mobile device, thus saving on data usage.
The new law finally brought politicians to the internet but what good is a one-way conversation?
Any content which does not adhere to the guidelines set by the Film Censorship Board will be censored.
Hint: Popular video streaming sites such as YouTube will be affected.
Rewatching your favorite movie and TV show moments over and over regardless of your location - that's the dream.
YouTube offline will resolve one of the main pain-points for budget smartphone users in India - unreliable and unaffordable downloads.
“We’re different from YouTube because you dictate what’s going to happen,” explains Thomas Damek, founder of Zeemi.tv, which went live just last month in Jakart...
Singapore doesn’t have Netflix (Toggle doesn’t count), so Microsoft has done the next best thing with the Starhub TV Anywhere streaming app.
Asia’s first region-wide FIFA Online 3 tournament has been announced! Sponsored by FIFA Online 3 developer Spearhead, the three-day long invitational will take ...
If nothing else, Juny “Acong” Maimun is a survivor. The 34-year-old founder and CEO of Indowebster sits relaxed on a chic blue sofa in the Indonesia Data Center...
“55 percent of the files on Indowebster are illegal content,” explains chief operating officer Abang Suluh Husodo. “But the users love it. We evolved from sites...
We project that China has 29.4 million people who watch or participate in eSports - nearly just as big of a market as the US.
Today, Google finally launched a Thai version of YouTube under a new local domain: YouTube.co.th.