Votiro was founded by two veterans of the Israel Defense Force’s elite intelligence unit. Now, they are bringing their experience to Japan.
Apple reveals record revenues and profits in newest financial report. A great deal of the growth was driven by soaring demand in China for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
This Hokkaido startup made a name for itself with eco-friendly hardware, powered by wireless data and connected to mobile devices. Years later, its founder realized he was an IoT pioneer.
KDDI splits its latest investment between the US and Japan as it exercises the fund it made last summer.
The 7th edition of the accelerator’s demo day was a strong bounce back from a lackluster 6th edition. The organizing team used the theme of “0-1” to guide the selection process.
The company thinks it can build a $100M business in three years. With a proven track record and strong allies, that might not be so far-fetched.
18 teams are vying for the top prize, but Hakuto is moving into the top class. The extra cash is nice but the December 2016 deadline remains.
How do you get your app pre-installed on almost every Samsung Galaxy device sold in East Asia? Easy: you work at Samsung for 10 years first, of course!
Jay Winder came from Australia with no degree and unable to speak Japanese. Now, his startup is on the rise and funded by Naval Ravikant and Dave McClure.
When you think of custom cars, the Toyota Prius is probably one of the last that comes to mind. In Japan, however, hybrids and EVs get the tuner treatment.
Shakr, the first South Korean venture to land investment from 500 Startups, plans to open a new office in Tokyo before the end of the first quarter.
SmartNews, now number one in both US app stores for the news category, is making it look easy for Japanese startups to expand into the US - it's usually not.
For the first time, a Prime Minister of Japan selected their favorite startup. Abe picked a good one too.
Apple’s iPhone is on a roll in a number of important Asian markets, according to a new report from Counterpoint Research.
Digi-Capital says major gaming corporations and small indie studios will thrive in the coming years, but mid-tier companies will feel the squeeze.
The studio behind Survive! Mola Mola! picked the sunfish for its fascinating quality: the largest bony fish in the sea is also very fragile.
Dropbox says that the Israeli office will be used as a base for “aggressive hiring” in the region.
Managed by Hiroshi Sasaki of Incubate Fund, the firm has already invested in five startups.