Blaze Automation can help users control lighting, temperature, and home theatre. It helps regulate the consumption of utility services and reduce the overall bi...
With the acquisition, Freshdesk gets access to natural language processing technology from Frilp.
EasyFix plans to expand its geographical reach to 15 cities in India. It will also build tools to improve delivery turnaround time.
It’s China’s biggest ever tech investment in the US - prestigious Tsinghua University is investing US$3.8 billion into hard-drive maker Western Digital.
Wydr will allow real-time catalogue sharing, network building, deal discovery, order processing, and reach expansion through unique chat-enabled tools.
Eywa Media measures consumer response and engagement across different media for marketing purposes.
SoftBank invests in a US$1 billion round of funding for San Francisco-based SoFi.
Sequoia India is also an investor in Craftsvilla.
RedDoorz service helps the budget accommodation space that suffers from low online penetration. IT bagged funding from Jungle Ventures.
The Singaporean startup is a popular online destination for Asian-made short films, and is looking to capture new territories.
The startup partners with local grocery stores to take their inventory online, and helps customer in the locality order from those stores.
Paytm has 100 million active users for its wallet. It claims to carry out 75 million transactions every month.
Rather than make it a standalone app that people would have to download, they created the Laiye concierge as a brand account inside the WeChat messaging app.
Unlike Facebook M, Helpchat wants to take a hyperlocal approach to personal assistance with running errands.
Express Bike Wash says its machine can do complex washes in a matter of minutes, and is now leaping into Jakarta’s vibrant and growing motorbike market.
The Japanese company behind fashion ecommerce darling Zozotown is leading this investment round.
The little telco that could is getting a new boost to enable small cell LTE technology and competitive mobile data bundles.
The Singaporean startup is also considering some acqui-hires to fuel expansion.
Collaboration and project management tool Teambition has secured US$12 million in series B funding, the startups has revealed.
This is Practo’s fourth acquisition after it secured a blockbuster funding of $90 million led by Tencent.