A small team of expats in Hong Kong sources from the best and sells on the cheap - but is that all consumers want from a fashion brand?
Apple sees disappointing drops in revenue from greater China, its third largest geographic segment.
This startup saw a hot trend emerging in China and how perfect an opportunity it would be.
The founder of smart air conditioner startup Ambi Climate talks crowdfunding and machine learning with Tech in Asia.
A team of recent college graduates has built an app for people that love sharing what they're listening to.
Almost 20 financial services startups secured funding in September alone. Most of them were either P2P lending or investment startups.
From SMEs to universities, IP Nexus wants to streamline the process of protecting and monetizing intellectual property.
They call it HotelQuickly, not HotelSlowly.
As Hong Kong’s Occupy Central protests continue to gather momentum and attention, Hong Kong’s denizens are sharing photos of the moment on social media. But apparently, photos of the protests posted t...
As the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong continue to grow, people from all over the world are watching and debating the merits of the demonstration. But on Sina Weibo, where the discussion is decide...
A team of web-savvy activists is powering a comprehensive aggregator for all-things Occupy Central
According to Twitter, Hong Kong's protests have so far generated over 1.3 million tweets from participants, eyewitnesses, and supporters from around the globe.
Protecting customer data and transferring it around Asia is not as complicated as it appears.
This is what industry analysts refer to as "crappy timing."
FireChat, which purports to be an "off-the-grid" messaging app that lets people communicate sans internet connectivity, saw a surge in downloads yesterday in Hong Kong during mass student demonstratio...
Instagram’s block in China is likely due to the democracy reform protests in Hong Kong. Yesterday saw tens of thousands of peaceful demonstrators fill the streets.
Note-syncing app Evernote now has more than 30 million users in Asia, reveals the US startup’s CEO, Phil Libin.