Razmig Hovaghimian, the co-founder and CEO of Viki who sold his startup to ecommerce giant Rakuten on September 2013, has quite a story to tell.
Korean chat app company, Kakao, has disclosed that its 2013 revenue hit $203 million, netting $59 million in profits.
So all the buzz was for nothing. Kgame isn't new Tencent IP at all, it's just the Chinese version of Lost Saga.
Ever wanted to play Diablo 3 on a Game Boy? Me neither, but this guy in South Korea did!
Kingdom Under Fire II English service used to be just a dream. Now, it's reality, with a launch scheduled for April 2014!
It’s not just Samsung’s newest flagship phone that’s debuting today – the Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches and the Samsung Gear Fit are hitting the same markets right now.
Corsair hosts the first ever Corsair Asia Cup with 12 qualifying teams and 8 invited teams.
As Coinplug gets another $400k from Silicon Valley, South Korean investors miss out on their country’s bitcoin craze
Does this mean that Korean VCs are missing out on the next big thing, or have they made the smart choice to avoid bitcoin?
Pocket is now aiming at an ever bigger swathe of new users by adding in Chinese and Korean to its mobile apps and website.
Seoul-based Malang Studio, maker of the cutesy AlarmMon app, revealed today that the startup has secured KRW 2 billion, which is US$1.9 million, in funding to grow its app development business.
What a surprise! The North Korean Arirang AS1201 that was shown off last summer is actually, it now turns out, a made-in-China smartphone. Here are the photos to prove it.
Moglue's clever tech has been acquired by two companies, but the ebook creation tool and service no longer exists.
Smilegate, Korea-based maker of hardcore online games such as Crossfire, this morning announced a $112 million buyout of 20 percent of social gaming company Sundaytoz (123420:KOSDAQ).
God bless Twitter – it’s a breaking news haven, a 24-hour virtual networking event, a help-desk line, a job search tool, an RSS feed, and many, many other things all rolled into one. But one of the be...
Chinese web and game company Tencent is boosting its mobile gaming prowess today by paying US$500 million for a stake in South Korea’s CJ Games.