The first thing I thought when I saw iBeezi demoed was, “Sure, but why?” The app works as a Chinese-language keyboard for smartwatches. A good amount of enginee...
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One of the biggest appeals of having a smarthome is getting rid of all of the freaking remotes. The air conditioner, TV, speaker system, cable box, Blu-ray play...
It’s no secret that being a teenager can be a harrowing experience. Your hormones are on the fritz, everyone else seems to be cooler than you, your self-esteem ...
We’ve all been there: you’re walking through heavy rain under the comfort of your umbrella. Yet you can’t help shake the feeling, “Wouldn’t it be nice to share ...
The DNA-testing startup from Hong Kong will launch its tests in Indonesia.
Startups are rushing to put the "hard" into hardware. This new gadget centers around a virtual reality girlfriend.
Shopline is a Hong Kong startup that's like a Shopify for Asia. Here's a catch-up with its CEO Raymond Yip.
Klook focuses on selling travel experiences and packages for tourist hotspots across Asia.
Every day, hundreds of thousands of people cross the border from Shenzhen, in mainland China, into Hong Kong. For many, this is a daily commute – and one that c...
As markets across Asia grow faster than those in Europe and North America, brands are facing the quandary of not understanding what consumers in Asia want.
This is how startups are helping us live with increasingly harsher atmospheric conditions.
Hiring Screen dramatically cuts the time required to screen candidate applications.
“Uber for vans” startup Lalamove today revealed that it has secured US$10 million in funding on top of the US$10 million series A it secured back in January.
Spas are a big part of many people’s lifestyles in Asia, yet the industry remains loosely regulated. Spa Monkeys wants to be the TripAdvisor for the niche.
Hong Kong’s fast-growing tech startup industry got a sizable boost today with news of US$1.49 million in seed funding for Lamplight Analytics
Julius Koehler and his business partner very nearly didn't run into each other, which means their new startup almost didn't happen.
Are you willing to connect a social media account in order to get free wifi? This startup is hoping you're cool with that.
The app provides do-it-yourself templates which generate customized legal documents for startups and corporates who would otherwise pay for lawyers.
"It's like Meetup.com for mobile," says the startup’s founder. It’s all about groups of up to six people connecting to do an activity together.
Gabriel Fong is a Singapore national who had a long career at Wall Street investment banking giants. He walked away from it all to work on startups.