This comes just two weeks after the two signed an agreement for a 50-50 venture for online and mobile payment solutions.
The internet is breaking up into niche communities with domains like dot love and dot app, and this creates new possibilities.
Smart of the PLDT group welcomes the year 2015 with this surprise for its subscribers.
Before we turn the page to 2015, let’s take a refresher on events that made headlines in the Philippine tech and startup scenes this year.
The Philippines’ Justice department tells telcos to deliver what they promised: unlimited means unlimited.
The controversial cyber law has even convicted people who were using private platforms such as Path, BBM, and SMS!
Leading online freelancing platforms share what they think are challenges their industry must address: slow Internet, high taxes, skills mismatch.
Underwater communications is slow, unreliable, and expensive. Subnero wants to change all that.
Have you heard? Bolt just cut its main internet quota by half - but prices remain the same.
The internet across Southeast Asia is going to experience yet another delay on the internet with the cable getting cut once again.
The second major internet outage this year hits Vietnam and gamers are not happy.
While a democratic country, Indonesia’s internet regulations inhibit freedom of speech. To set things right, the law needs to be reformed.
Most of us reading Games in Asia probably wouldn’t identify Garena as an internet company, but that’s just what The Economist has crowned it.
Here's a cheatsheet of venture capital funding in tech startups to give you a picture of what has been happening in India the past four quarters
Sony has pissed me off this week and my PS4 might be going for a swim if it doesn't shape up. Next generation my ass.
This afternoon, Thailand’s second biggest mobile telco company, Dtac, revealed that it saw a big surge in mobile data usage as the coup enters second day.
At 10:30am local time this morning, representatives of Thailand’s internet service providers were summoned to meet with the leaders of the military coup.
Speaking at Startup Asia Singapore, Rita Ngyuen, CEO of Squar.asia, explains how Myanmar is ready for a technology revolution.