The company behind Phroni, Linkify, and Linkplaza will use the new funds for deeper research into "entity linking."
Following the success of the China vs Korea Masters competition, Netease has teamed with e-Sports Square to bring us the China-Japan Hearthstone Challenge.
Eight startups will take the stage to present to a panel of judges at Startup Asia Tokyo 2014.
The money is great. But are the terms?
Will Japan be able to marry its strong history of hardware innovation and build mass appeal for the next generation of software-based technology firms?
Japan’s Adways did not let a setback slow it down. Now it is in 11 countries.
Rovio’s top man in Japan gambles on new role at Beatrobo, a tiny hardware startup that hopes to reinvent the mixtape for our digital era.
Uzabase's SPEEDA database boasts 100 percent coverage of listed companies in Asia, plus info on roughly 600,000 unlisted companies with an Asian focus.
Discussion: Is it time for Japanese corporations to get involved in the startup scene? (#StartupAsia preview)
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How the crazy talented Saito brothers are giving back to Japan’s startup scene (#StartupAsia preview)
Daniel and William Saito, venture capitalists and serial entrepreneurs, will speak at Startup Asia Tokyo.
EventRegist - co-founded by former Yahoo, Microsoft, and Google employees - is a one-stop-shop for event planning.
Japan’s traditionally placid job market is heating up and BizReach is ready for a new wave of job-seekers.
To avoid spending taxpayer money, Mineyuki Fukuda is using domestic crowdfunding platform ShootingStar to go abroad.
The chat app is going to roll out four of the services by the end of 2014.
GMO Internet Group is the Japan leader for online payments, web hosting, cloud storage, online security, and domain names.
Some of Tokyo’s top entrepreneurs and VCs come together for a dynamic debate.
After a 9gag clone showed promise, the team decided to become Japan’s BuzzFeed.