Smartphones have already changed the way you grab a cab and buy your groceries; the next thing your phone is going to shake up is how you enjoy a concert.
Here’s a list of women who have broken through barriers and overcome obstacles to achieve success in Southeast Asia’s tech industry.
I’ll start: https://soundcloud.com/fabric/michael-mayer-fabric-promo-mix An ultra relaxing – no distracting vocals! – DJ set from German minimal techno legend M...
The portal wants to encourage growth of the music ecosystem.
Sound can change the way we see, this startup from Hanoi claims. Echoes invites creators to make sound maps for places around the world.
The Malaysian startup aims for the world stage.
Tokyo Digital Music Syndicates wants to make pressing a limited-run LP easy and affordable for indie artists and small record labels. But that's just the start.
Not content to move into just smartphones and smart cars, Chinese streaming video giant LeTV also just jumped into the music biz.
PurpleJamm is a no-frills website where independent artists can sell their songs. A portion of the proceeds from every sale goes to humanitarian works.
Do you miss the glory days of operatic Soviet-style Chinese propaganda? Fret not, because China's internet censorship authorities are bringing it back with this...
Despite not having any relevant experience, Foo and his co-founder Fabio Miceli managed to bring the idea from inception to product in about a month.
The new Xiaomi Note smartphone wasn’t the only new gadget Xiaomi revealed at its press event in Beijing today.
The social startup led by HKUST graduates nabs a minor boost to jumpstart growth.
Line Music, a joint venture with Sony Music Entertainment and Avex Digital, will focus on the Japanese market while MixRadio will appeal to a global audience.
Forget dancing to the beat. This Intel RealSense-powered app allows you to make the beat through body movements and gestures.
Samsung makes good smartphones, but its rap videos leave something to be desired.
A team of recent college graduates has built an app for people that love sharing what they're listening to.
This Steve Aoki-endorsed Q&A service helps Japanese fans and western musicians understand each other
AsQme allows Japanese audiophiles to pose questions in their native tongue and receive subtitled video replies from their favorite foreign artists.
Music streaming service Guvera is taking the fight to Spotify in a bunch of Southeast Asian countries.
If you're a fan of League of Legends and have ever played the champion Jinx, you owe it to yourself to check out this music video. Warning: it rocks.
According to Google’s communication manager in Singapore Robin Moroney, Indonesia’s presidential election has created a noticeable stir on Google’s Top Trending...
Guild Wars 2 may be slightly overshadowed by the non-stop barrage of MMORPGs hitting the market, but it’s still got a dedicated fanbase whom we’re sure will app...
Could the collective voice of a nation’s music fans, amplified by the internet, persuade a musician or band to fly halfway around the world to put on a concert?...
The Distant Worlds: music from Final Fantasy concert has once again made its way to Kuala Lumpur (KL) city in Malaysia.
Like most people, you probably kicked off the LPL summer season by watching the first LPL matches, But if you missed the opening ceremony then you missed this g...
Singapore-based band Stopgap proves that sometimes, gaming can actually be good for you, contrary to Asian parents' beliefs!
Crowdfunding in both China and the US, these headphones sync wirelessly so people can listen together
Dubbed "Arc", the headphones can sync up with other nearby Arc users' headphones to listen each other's music in real time, without lag or loss of quality.
Check out pictures of the Razer Adaro launch in Singapore, at Lowercase at Lasalle on April 30, 2014.