In this guest post, Indonesian tech luminary Andi S. Boediman explains what Indonesia needs to do to build on its vast market and huge potential.
Social Media Week Jakarta is a hot spot for the industry this month. Here’s what we learned from BuzzFeed’s VP of international, Scott Lamb.
Additionally, McClure gave pointers on how to build a startup, invest wisely, and build a startup ecosystem.
Focusing on Android apps, this study shows which primary global app markets share similar characteristics and which ones have more unique consumer tastes.
Browsing through the names and slogans of Asia’s tech startups, you see a lot of weird stuff. Every company wants to set itself apart, so that it can have a unique domain name and also to stand out in...
Beijing’s mayor just said it’s ‘not a liveable city.’ Here are 5 startup hubs in China that are much nicer
Every major city in China succumbs to pollution on some level, but there are other startup hubs in China to consider.
Here are the best locations in Asia for a budding digital nomad.
Metaps has released a report on the mainland China mobile app market, but that’s not all you need to break in.
While there are many guides out there for how to crowdfund a startup, we wanted a more on-the-ground perspective from Asian startups who’ve weathered the storm.
PCH founder Liam Casey cites Shenzhen as the most exciting city to steer creativity and innovation in building consumer electronic products.
Our guide on how and where to buy electronics like phones, cameras, computers, and games in Hong Kong.
Many companies avoid Japan because the sales culture is rumored to be excessively arcane. What if that assumption is completely wrong?
Digital nomads - it's a trend and movement that's growing exponentially. Here's some advice for going the entrepreneurial route in Southeast Asia.
IPOs aren't just for the big boys. If you’re making money, Japan’s startup-friendly Mother’s Index offers a shortcut to IPO.
Staying on the right side of the law takes some time but it is worth the wait.
Chinese investor Ran Wang, the CEO of ECapital, says the downturn will be more of a market correction rather than a full-on bubble burst.
The Sun Microsystems co-founder spoke at a closed meeting with Itochu Technology Ventures executives and portfolio startup CEOs.