China's biggest ridesharing app has invested in its biggest food delivery startup.
China's O2O food delivery platforms have grown quickly - perhaps too quickly.
RedMart spent the last few years perfecting its groceries delivery business in Singapore. Now it wants to expand to Hong Kong, and perhaps beyond food products.
Online taxi startups continue to attract significant investor interest.
At the beginning of this year, there were a lot of dedicated O2O car wash services. Now, there's basically just one.
While China's economy has struggled and slowed down over the summer, the country's ecommerce growth looks set to remain strong.
China's Ele.me has just announced a new B2B business called Youcai aimed at getting small restaurants the ingredients they need.
No, this is not another Uber clone.
Jakarta’s congested streets need more people switching to public transport. The Go-Jek Busway link-up could help.
The Singaporean startup is getting investment with a Bay Area flavor.
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.
GrabTaxi’s private car service is now present in all Southeast Asian cities also covered by Uber. It’s on a path to outgrow the global rival on its home turf.
China today saw a huge tech merger with the official confirmation of a deal to bring together daily deals and food delivery startups Dianping and Meituan.
Snapdeal just made a big move that’ll allow you to try on a pair of shoes in a store and then buy them online.
Origami, one of Japan's most-funded startups, is leveraging its successful online-to-offline shopping app to provide in-store payments.
Rather than make it a standalone app that people would have to download, they created the Laiye concierge as a brand account inside the WeChat messaging app.