Finally, a Bitcoin wallet that everyone knows how to use.
Custom notebook builder Aftershock PC has answered its customers' demands: the Tremor and Hypergate desktops are now available.
Appvera is attempting to marry legacy desktop apps with the convenience of SaaS.
Believe it. This YouTube program is being developed by Singapore's Infocomm Investments. Join as a contestant if you want to get a taste of VC life.
Crowdfunding is like Batman: full of cool gadgets, seeks justice when the law falls short. But it’s not enough.
Crowdfunding is not the magic solution to the inefficiencies of the law.
Shopping for gadgets can be a pleasant experience in Singapore, if you shop at the right places.
Car rental startup iCarsClub and PPzuche, which spans Singapore and mainland China, has raised US$60 million in series B funding, the team confirmed today. The investment comes from IDG Capital Partne...
Cradle will be investing in three to 10 local tech startups with each partner over the next two years - to the tune of MYR 500,000 (US$150,000) apiece.
Asiasoft has been a mainstay in online gaming in Southeast Asia for the past decade, but how did it get to where it is today?
Singapore’s first Playstation 4 game, One Upon Light, is better as a short demo than a full game.
PropertyGuru doesn't offer real search. It's essentially a classifieds site where real estate agents pay for ads. 99.co is addressing that problem.
The Japanese conglomerate is even targeting startups in Southeast Asia.
Based on real match results, FootballHero is a game that wants to hone your ability to predict matches.
Fancy some tips on growing your own gaming startup? Join us this November 11 for our next Singapore Games in Asia Meetup, featuring Juha Paananen, Head of Studio at Nonstop Games, a King studio.
The pharmaceutical industry in the Philippines is beset with problems: it’s fragmented and prices are high. Farouk Meralli creates a startup addressing both.
Singapore-based studio Secret Base’s side-scrolling, zombie beat 'em up gets a few needed updates in time for Halloween.
Project Ara, which is reimagining smartphones, is coming to Singapore via a developer conference.