Looking at Tech in Asia’s database, here’s a list of startups that have received financial backing in their bid to fill the gaps in healthcare.
Cheerleading media routinely talk of edtech raising millions to transform the lives of millions in India. The truth is it’s one of the most poorly funded sector...
New data from GSMA shows India is on track to have nearly 700 million smartphone connections by 2020, more than four times the level in 2014.
A comparison of the ecommerce scene in India with that in China, Japan, and Southeast Asia shows that we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg for Indian ecommerc...
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Xiaomi’s budget Redmi now has a fingerprint sensor but its priciest phone doesn’t… What’s going on!?
Investments in China’s tech companies and startups “soared” in the first half of the year, says a new report this week from PricewaterhouseCoopers.
A surge in India’s internet user base, which is one-and-a-half times its size last year, will make it the second largest in the world, next only to China.
Facebook also hit an important milestone in terms of daily active users.
Letv is taking Xiaomi's flash sales model and using it to creep up on China's biggest smartphone startup.
China's ecommerce market is growing like a weed on steroids. But even at this advanced stage, fake products are still a serious problem.
At the beginning of this year, there were a lot of dedicated O2O car wash services. Now, there's basically just one.
While China's economy has struggled and slowed down over the summer, the country's ecommerce growth looks set to remain strong.
Line added only one million monthly active users (MAUs) in the three months from June to September. That's really bad.
Tim Cook hailed “Apple’s most successful year ever” as it pulled in US$234 billion in revenue in the 12 months from October 2014 to September 2015.
The Forbes’ China Rich List for 2015 is out now. Here are the 10 richest tech bosses in the country. The list finally includes one woman.
All signs point to a year of less-than-impressive growth from China's once-white-hot smartphone startup.