Edwards believes that, in the midst of tough competition, Honeycombers has managed to find a sweet spot that edges out most of its media counterparts.
Taboola is responsible for those “You might also like” or “Around the web” recommendations you see on so many websites.
The entry of the seasoned journalists will bring top-level international media expertise to Rappler, equipping the social news startup for expansion in other markets in the region.
Chan started 9gag in his native Hong Kong because, at that time, “Facebook was not popular in Hong Kong,” he says.
This network of city news sites aims to take advantage of its first-mover status in places like Yangon, and discovers video as revenue source.
Ten media and technology startups will be selected to participate.
Coming from AirAsia X, Azran Osman-Rani wants to shake up the internet TV space in Southeast Asia.
A legacy publication is betting on good-old subscriptions to take it global.
Legendary American creator of comic book characters Stan Lee, who gave us Iron Man and Spiderman, created Chakra, a superhero born in Mumbai, for Graphic India.
The website has about six million unique users a month hitting 40 million pageviews. It's now eyeing India for expansion.
Like its American counterpart, the video-on-demand startup will offer unlimited access to TV shows and movies from all over the world - with a twist.
Whistleblowing.jp uses multiple levels of encryption to allow leakers to contact reporters more safely. A controversial Japanese law could deter both.
At Tech in Asia, we’re always looking for that special startup – the ones with real innovation, a solid team, and tackling a market at the heel of a growth curve. Startups too want press coverage, oft...
BuzzFeed VP Scott Lamb explains there’s more to making content go viral than one-liners, listicles, and hyperbolic headlines.
As a freshman in University, I’ve often been told that the people of my generation have short attention spans. While this may not be true of all of us, it certainly can be said for a lot of the people...
More money for the popular Twitch-esque live streaming website.
Re/code, the tech blog that’s home to All Things D emigres Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg, is now available in Chinese.