Amid the daily deals fatigue, Loco is taking a different approach.
Capital Kuala Lumpur
Internet Penetration Rate 67.5%
Literacy Rate 93%
Country data primarily sourced from World Bank's Data Bank.
The restaurant booking app has seen healthy growth and seated 130,00 to date. It's now eyeing expansion into Vietnam and the Philippines.
Getting ripped off by currency exchange stores is commonplace. A new app gives you the power to end that.
Almost a year after Go-Jek launched a courier service attached to its on-demand motorcycles, GrabTaxi’s GrabBike follows suit.
Malaysia’s MaGIC Accelerator Program held its demo day this week where 50 startups from across the region pitched their business ideas to over 150 investors.
The Singapore-based VC is building up its Southeast Asia portfolio with new and old startups in ecommerce, marketplaces, and mobile services.
Did you know a lot of the region’s billionaires from other industries are moving into tech? Find out who they are!
iProperty is a pretty big fish as one of Southeast Asia's leading online property portal businesses. Now, it's about to be bought by an even bigger fish.
Could the startup also alleviate vehicle insurance companies’ headaches?
More and more players are entering the mobile payments space in Southeast Asia yet most consumers aren’t biting. That’s about to change.
The Malaysian startup curates tech people and lets recruiters compete in a weekly changing talent pool. It’s now building tribes in Singapore and Thailand.
Ever since Magic launched in the US and grabbed headlines, startups around the world have been evolving and adapting the idea of a mobile butler service.
The fintech sector is booming worldwide, and investors are thrilled to jump on the bandwagon.
The Malaysian VC firm’s pre-accelerator program Alpha Startups will come to the Philippines in November.
Rocket Internet's H1 2015 financials reveal a lot about Lazada, Zalora, Jabong, and Foodpanda.
The airline’s chairman Tony Fernandes reveals a plan to launch an ecommerce arm, saying they’re an internet company after all.
Slurp’s iPad point-of-sale system allows food retailers to manage their menu and store sales information in the cloud.
Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Tokyo are the last stops on the Tech in Asia Tour. Startups, get ready to pitch for honour, glory, and a free pass to Tech in Asia ...