Those who believe in an idea enough to startup have to first come to terms with living without pay cheques. But for Indians, that is not all. They also face social stigma.
An Indonesian hardware startup tries to break into the global market for services based on Apple’s iBeacon technology.
Chinese tech titan Tencent today unveiled its Android-based OS that’s designed for use across smartphones, game consoles, wearable tech, and smart home gadgets.
Imagine the day when scanning your face, waving your phone, or using some kind of a wearable are the new norms of paying for goods and services.
FitHo, which has just been acquired by Practo, automatically suggests custom diets and exercise regimes to users based on their lifestyle, fitness requirements, and food preferences.
Like a room without a roof.
With the fresh funds, the startups plans to expand to 12 cities in the US by the end of the year.
The shift to mobile-only is optional for now, but an Alibaba representative tells Tech in Asia that two million merchants have already opted for this.
Medix was launched in the Philippines in 2013 as software-as-a-sevice for dental practices, but recently developed an electronic medical record platform.
Both the hyperlocal grocery delivery services are in expansion mode, one from Gurgaon near Delhi in the north, and the other from Bangalore in the south.
The Hong Kong based startup makes money by selling virtual goods on its girly games.
Ecommerce marketplace Snapdeal acquires mobile top-up site FreeCharge to create a mobile user base of 40 million, which they want to increase ten-fold in a few years.
Sakay.ph brands itself as ‘the Google Maps or Waze for commuting,’ only better.
Conglomerate San Miguel has concluded agreements for the rollout of its mobile telecommunications network in the Philippines.
Xurpas buys a significant stake in PT Sembilan Digital Investama, a mobile content development and distribution business in Indonesia.
The Philippines leapfrogs Vietnam, which drops to the fourth spot, according to the IDC.
Philippine budget phone maker Cherry Mobile overtakes South Korean giant Samsung as the leading smartphone vendor in the Philippines in 2014, IDC reports.
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