“The Singapore-based team has since grown to 80 staff members in less than two years,” says Twitter’s Aliza Knox.
China's newest meme: snap a photo of yourself while reaching behind your back and around your waist so that your hand covers your belly button.
In practice, the anonymous social network sounds a lot like Whisper, Secret, or Yik Yak, but this new app instead focuses on your voice.
Beijing-based SmellMe is adding O2O services to its app in addition to the social networking features for cats and dogs.
New Weibo 'radar' feature just gave me a coupon for McDonalds. Apart from that, it's not very useful.
The Path acquisition by Daum Kakao was big news earlier today, but both parties have little detail to share. Here’s what we know so far.
Path, the ailing social network that launched in 2010, has sold out to Korean tech giant Daum Kakao.
Once dismissed and reviled for being a simple hook-up app, China's Momo has changed a lot in the past couple of years. And now that's finally paying off.
Meet Valencia Randa, the woman who started one of Indonesia’s longest running social media campaigns
Blood4Life connects blood donors with those in need of transfusion. This campaign exists since 2009. Now it wants to transform into an independent platform.
Weibo hit 89 million daily active users in March, up 34 percent from the same time last year.
SocialShopWave offers a full suite of social commerce features that can be easily plugged into an online store, including social login, wishlists, and reviews.
While Facebook’s revenue from Asia is growing, the vast majority of that is from advertising. So what about in-app purchases and stickers...?
In Asia, the headline number is that Facebook now has 471 million monthly active users (MAUs) in Q1 2015. In terms of daily active users, it's 270 million.
An anonymous angel investor is helping SociaBuzz to grow its influencer marketing platform.
Now based in Seattle, the Chinese entrepreneurs have created Pixotale as a way for people to tell a story with a bunch of photos.
Quote Tweet might make Twitter's bite-sized info bits a little chunkier.
Facebook isn’t up to the task of local events, so this startup wants to make it easier for people to find things happening nearby.
27 percent of online shopping happens on social media here. Enough for a plethora of new businesses to form around the phenomenon.