One of Asia's favorite chat apps, Line, announced today that it will offer support for the Apple Watch. And yes, it will support stickers (but not as many as you want).
After growing Line into a global phenomenon, Akira Morikawa is ready to start from scratch.
Six months after cancelling its previous bid, Line has a new CEO and a host of new services.
Line Taxi is taking advantage of a key partnership with a local taxi company’s army of cars, expanding its reach far beyond that of Uber’s.
Consumers in Thailand are using Instagram stores to discover products and then discuss the sale via Line.
The Japanese chat app continues to flesh out its lifestyle services suite.
The business accounts are now available in 17 languages. There is a paid option for individuals and organizations who want to connect with large fan bases.
The investment gives Line access to a pipeline of young female stars.
One year after getting bought by Naver, Gogolook continues to look for growth.
BuzzFeed VP Scott Lamb explains there’s more to making content go viral than one-liners, listicles, and hyperbolic headlines.
Gree lost $65 million in the latest quarter as the former mobile gaming heavyweight searches for a hit game and revenue outside of its core business.
Line, the popular messaging app with 181 million monthly active users at the last count, is set to launch online grocery deliveries across Southeast Asia.
That's growth of 126 percent year-on-year.
Line is branching into HR with the help of a local recruiting firm. The new service will go live in February.
Only a week into the new year and already the storyline for Tech in Japan 2015 are coming into focus. Yes, there is more than just Line Taxi.