With 1.5 million users around the globe, Nulab's Cacoo service aims to expand even further with increased security and business-specific sharing options.
Everyone's Uber will share ride data with a local university and the Fukuoka City government in order to improve transportation infrastructure.
Forget dancing to the beat. This Intel RealSense-powered app allows you to make the beat through body movements and gestures.
Unless you live in Japan, finding Fukuoka on a map might be difficult. But the city's mayor wants to put it on the global startup map.
Nulab, a collaborative software startup from Fukuoka, went global without traditional marketing or investors.
HalalMinds uses a barcode scanner to let users verify if a product is halal - an especially useful feature for those who can't read Japanese.
Fukuoka-based Glue believes that its new in-browser video chat service, 1meeting, could someday take on the likes of Skype.
Based in Fukuoka, Japan, Cacoo is an online collaborative design service which we have featured a few times before. With over 700,000 users worldwide, the service has rolled out a number of fun featur...
This weekend in Fukuoka, Japan’s answer to South by South West, Myojo Waraku, took place, spotlighting artists, music, and up-and-coming startups as well. As a part of the ‘startup showcase’ on day tw...