Sakay.ph brands itself as ‘the Google Maps or Waze for commuting,’ only better.
Murphy, who’s half-Filipino, and his co-founder Evan Spiegel lead Forbes’ 2015 list of the youngest billionaires in the world.
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He terms 3Restart as a “learning positioning system” that puts learning priorities on track, while keeping the content engaging and fun yet as natural as possible.
The Hyderabad-based startup offers a plug-and-play white-labelled toolkit for mobile app developers to launch referral campaigns and other growth hacks without having to code.
Simply put, a shared bill is a royal pain in the butt to settle.
Holaa! A new mobile app from India identifies callers and blocks spam. It’s a challenge to Truecaller
Made in India by local developers, Holaa! claims to help smartphone users manage their calls better.
Amid opposition from taxi operators, Philippine transportation regulators are holding public consultations on how to regulate Uber operations in the country in the hope of finding a middle ground.
The free Android-only app claims to give its users “up to 50 percent more use out of their data plans."
Here’s 13 Vietnamese mobile app studios that are available for client work. They come from all backgrounds to build mobile apps for foreign and local clients.
Factors such as good follow-through by the organizing committee, and experienced, hands-on mentors, can make all the difference.
It secured US$150,000 in funding from Sweden- and Singapore-based angel investor Bilbros just last week.
To date, he has been bootstrapping Invoice2go's operations for over 12 years.
It has been acquired for an undisclosed amount by India-based Altruist, a mobile social networking services provider that has its presence in several markets across Europe, Africa, and Asia.
She wants to help other children to increase their own family time.
This startup wants to make Singapore’s rigid, expensive education system accessible and free to everyone
Edusnap wants to make the simple act of asking questions free of charge for all students.
Thailand is a country where mobile penetration has exceeded its population. With a population of 66 million, the nation has 90 million mobile subscriptions growing at a rate of 36 percent. Research fi...
Mobile technology has provided language learners with various apps to ease the awkwardness of practicing a foreign tongue. Waygo and Flitto help the China and Korea-bound with automated signage transl...