India’s tech industry body Nasscom runs an initiative called InnoTrek that picks promising young entrepreneurs from India for a tour of startup mecca Silicon Valley to make useful connections.
Have you seen this very small and amusing detail in the revamped 'Silicon Valley' opening animation?
Silicon Valley tech veterans to help India’s Urban Ladder ramp up innovations in furniture ecommerce
Anand Rajaraman and Venky Harinarayan, co-founders of Junglee Corp and Cambrian Ventures, will help Urban Ladder improve mobility, data analytics, and product visualization.
Tokyo-based live-streaming service Twitcasting, launched in 2010, just broke 10 million users - without any love from Silicon Valley.
Wifigen allows customers to access public wifi hotspots for free in exchange for a Facebook like.
Navigating the startup seas as a new investor or entrepreneur can be tricky business; it’s all about how you approach unruly waves and, depending on your skills and expertise, it can be smooth sailing...
Private equity firms and venture capitalists are becoming more interested in exploring the lucrative potential of the region.
Netease has announced the establishment of a new US office and plans to release Chinese games localized for Western audiences beginning this year.
US investors, including Scott Nolan of Founders Fund and Sam Altman of Silicon Valley startup accelerator Y Combinator, participated in this funding round.
I hate running. But having a virtual coach tracking my metrics and giving me real-time updates has, somehow, made the process quite a bit more enjoyable.
APUS Group, a mobile startup jointly based in San Francisco and Beijing, just raised a massive US$100 million series B round less than a year after the company was founded.
US-based startup BlockCypher announced today that it has raised a seed round of more than $3.1 million, which the company plans to use to bolster its efforts to support the bitcoin ecosystem in Asia. ...
The new co-working space, which will be called Block 71 San Francisco, aims to “strengthen ties between startup ecosystems in Singapore and the US.”
Break out the coffee and energy drinks, an ecommerce-focused hackathon with huge rewards will pass through four Asian cities in 2015.
LeTV is taking this electric car thing very seriously, and it has already assembled some talent from places like Tesla and BMW in its Silicon Valley team.
Aditya Agarwal, the vice-president of engineering at Dropbox and a former engineer at Facebook, was in Singapore for an exclusive interview with Tech in Asia.