8:29 pm on Jan 15, 2015 by Steven Millward
Highly localized social networks have a very bad reputation right now due to things like online abuse. This new startup is doing things differently.
3:09 pm on Oct 6, 2014 by Daniel Tay
Rewatching your favorite movie and TV show moments over and over regardless of your location - that's the dream.
6:00 pm on Sep 8, 2014 by Thomas Price
Possibly the world's most famous fighting game player, Daigo "The Beast" Umehara, stopped by Reddit today to answer questions and promote his new manga.
1:30 pm on May 14, 2014 by Enricko Lukman
With Vimeo now joining Imgur and Reddit on the blacklist, is this the start of Indonesia’s version of China’s Great Firewall?
5:05 pm on Apr 18, 2014 by Saiyai Sakawee
There are some Bitcoin enthusiasts who want to use ฿, the symbol for Thailand’s currency the Baht, as the sign for Bitcoin.
1:15 pm on Apr 2, 2014 by Josh Horwitz
Reddit’s AMA’s (“Ask Me Anything”) are more than just publicity tools for tech-savvy celebrities, or anonymous channels for fast-food employees to dish out trade secrets – they’re increasingly becomin...
9:00 pm on Oct 14, 2013 by Anh-Minh Do
QuanDiem represents a new wave of social media that is set to conquer Vietnam’s online landscape. It starts with voting on a topic before discussing.
4:00 pm on Oct 3, 2013 by Anh-Minh Do
The NSA's revelations are teaching us so much about what governments can do with technology, and how much information they can collect. Something Asians have long known.
2:30 pm on Jun 25, 2013 by Anh-Minh Do
Southeast Asia's got over 140 million Facebook users, and they ain't leaving anytime soon.
3:48 pm on May 7, 2013 by Anh-Minh Do
I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again for the readers: the future of technology startups is gravitating strongly towards Asia. And io9’s little map here makes that viscerally clear. The observation...
5:03 pm on Mar 21, 2013 by Anh-Minh Do
In October 2012, WeAreSocial calculated that Facebook had hit 8.5 million users in Vietnam to overtake local rival Zing as the top social network. Today Facebook is at 12 million. That’s one million n...
9:08 am on Jan 4, 2012 by Rick Martin
From here’s one to file under WTF… I just came across one of Reddit’s more remarkable subreddits  ever: reddit.com/r/Pyongyang. I can’t tell if this is real or fake, and since it seems to have spru...
11:00 pm on Jun 11, 2011 by Willis Wee
Sung-Bong Choi is the latest Asian to become a sensation on the web. His performance on Korea’s Got Talent was uploaded to YouTube on June 4 2011 and within 7 days, the video has gotten about 5 millio...
2:05 pm on Nov 24, 2010 by Stephanie Phua
Flowtown has released another infographic based on research by Michael Steltzer, founder of SocialMediaExaminer that gives us a good overview of how businesses are latching onto the marketing opportun...
9:05 pm on Aug 17, 2010 by Stephanie Phua
Viral marketing has become a trendy, low-cost way of getting a message out, but it definitely isn’t easy to come up with content that is infectious and hype-worthy. This post offers tips on how to get...
10:18 pm on Dec 8, 2009 by Willis Wee
Alright, these posters are not the usual motivational posters you see hanging around offices. In fact, the little quotes we see on them aren’t exactly motivating and might even be insulting to social ...
12:57 am on Sep 12, 2009 by Willis Wee
Often, we judge someone’s influence on Twitter by the number of followers he or she has. Although we should not solely use this to measure influence, it is to a certain extent accurate. For the fun of...
12:08 am on Aug 30, 2009 by Willis Wee
If you’re on the internet long enough, you would have come across this bookmarking site, Reddit. It is represented by an extremely adorable alien figure, which is probably the cutest icon among the ot...