Philippine reports citing unnamed sources say the world’s richest man was at the International Rice Research Institute for a two-hour visit.
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.
At an event today in Singapore, Samsung revealed launch dates for the new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge phones across Asia.
Xurpas boosts its product portfolio by snapping a stake in MatchMe, which runs a real-time, multiplayer platform for mobile games.
America has a slew of organizations for high net-worth individuals to join if they’re interested in funding startups. Here’s are a few in Southeast Asia.
Kickstart now eyes the more developed startups that have validated their markets and are looking to expand.
Duriana gets ammunition to compete with Carousell.
FlipTrip removes the headaches of trip planning by helping you find a destination, search for adventures, and book accommodation and transportation - all in one go.
Xurpas buys a significant stake in PT Sembilan Digital Investama, a mobile content development and distribution business in Indonesia.
US$100 phones used to be awful. The original Xiaomi Redmi changed that when it appeared in 2013. But can the new Redmi 2 still compete in 2015?
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.
Post and sell do-it-yourself projects on the app. You can also earn more from the sale of materials used in your projects.
The round was led by Singapore-based venture capital firm Monk’s Hill Ventures. Existing investor 500 Startups also participated.
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.
Rocket Internet’s Amazon-esque Lazada saw more than US$350 million in consumer purchases in 2014.
Freelancer.com says web-related jobs in the provinces have been increasing over the years - at least in the case of the Philippines - thanks to the emergence of freelancing platforms.