Makerspaces are where designers, tinkerers, and crafters meet. Cutting-edge tools accelerate prototyping, and awesomeness ensues. Jakarta now has several of these spots.
DataStreamX believes it can become the go-to marketplace for real-time data. Now it just needs to sign on some customers.
Modbot is a Singapore hardware-modding and painting startup in Singapore. Would you guess its founder got into this because of competitive gaming?
It lowers the costs of analytics and optimization for manufacturing, allowing smaller firms to invest in it.
There are three ways in which founder Maheshswaran Suresh Kumar believes Sourceguru will do better than the incumbents.
Singapore continues its push to modernize the economy. Startups can benefit from this.
This space startup has raised some dough from some heavyweight Japanese investors.
CoAssets claims to have completed millions worth of crowdfunding projects, with a revenue of US$ 733k in the first year.
Online recruitment has remain unchanged for years. Glints wants to change that, and in the process impact higher education too.
With so much money going into the local tech scene, one wonders which Singapore-based internet companies are the grand winners in the race to get funded.
Singapore got its first taste of drones working as waiters this week as a restaurant in the city unleashed its autonomous robot staffers.
The startup now has US$6 million in revenue, a customer base of over 500 firms, and a team of three PhDs and four computing science Master's students.
The Xiaomi MiPad is priced at S$299 (US$220) in Singapore, and a comparable RM 799 in Malaysia.
Om nom nom! Foodpanda just snapped up six rival sites across seven countries in a huge acquisitions spree.