Edwards believes that, in the midst of tough competition, Honeycombers has managed to find a sweet spot that edges out most of its media counterparts.
Singapore may be a small country, but it certainly doesn’t lack for entrepreneurs. Thanks in part to startup-friendly legislation and in part to its gutsy, worldly populace, the nation is home to tons of interesting tech startups, including some which serve the local community and others that offer services branching out across southeast Asia and the world.
CEO and mentors announced as the fintech startup accelerator gears up for September kickoff.
ConnectNPay’s first product, mobile wallet Mywallet Plus, was born out of a need for a fast and secure bills payment system that caters even to the unbanked in Myanmar.
Amitabh Bachchan has invested in global cloud storage service firm Ziddu at a valuation of $71 million.
The Singapore accelerator calls for applications for its program as it mulls possibly moving the entire program online.
Startups and small businesses should spend less time hiring and more time building their products and services. That’s the simple idea behind Singapore-based StaffOnDemand. A startup itself, StaffOnDe...
Intel and Singapore’s government aim to support this scheme for small- and medium- based businesses and startups.
Both want to correct the “force of habit” that bigger and more traditional real estate developers are used to, which is to dump huge sums of cash into offline advertisements.
Nana can be slipped under a mattress to monitor a baby’s vitals. Parents learn more about their infant’s sleep and develop healthy sleep patterns.
Zopim co-founder and CEO Royston Tay speaks at the Tech in Asia Singapore 2015 conference.
TradeHero lets users trade virtual money based on real-world stock market data. CEO Dinesh Bhatia takes the stage in Singapore to share his story.
Technical advice from the experts.
The internet of things startup moves closer to production and launch.
How about a robotics kit that teaches kids to build robots as well as program them? And what if it comes bundled with robot activities that gamify science, technology, engineering, and math concepts?
VRG takes a holiday in Southeast Asia.
Applications are now open for participants across the region.
It will run from June till November, culminating in a demo day, and will focus on startups that are "directly impacting the community of persons with disabilities."
Intellihelper takes a leaf out of the pages of Japanese role-playing games by layering voice-guided, interactive tutorials that take the user through a website’s features a step at a time.