Right now feels like a bit of an awkward stage in wireless tech – wifi is everywhere, but many devices still don’t take advantage of it. Most external hard driv...
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The ecommerce giant has set aside a hefty fund for internet companies across the straits.
Taipei-based Appier provides insights in cross-screen user behavior using artificial intelligence.
After getting a tour of Gogoro’s flagship store in downtown Taipei, I reached a conclusion about the company’s electronic scooters: they’re geekcycles. What els...
Sequoia India is also an investor in Craftsvilla.
Linqapp Live connects you in real time to translators who can help you over a voice call on the spot - for less than a dollar.
A startup in Taiwan has created an add-on gizmo for the iPad Mini that allows farmers to analyze boar sperm. Yes, boar sperm.
Hi TIA! I am a co-founder and managing partner of Infinity Venture Partners, an early stage VC focused on seed and series A investments in Japan and Greater Chi...
Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, is the latest stop on our eight-city tour across Asia to meet fledgling startups.
A startup is applying some Apple-esque design principles to make this smart water fountain for cats more appealing both to kitties and to humans.
Pal+ receives renewed investment from partner Asiasoft and continues development of the rebadged social network.
Why a foreign startup might choose to base their tech development team in Taiwan, and their candid views on the pros and cons behind such a decision.
A Taiwanese entrepreneur has global ambitions with this new collaborative design platform aimed at small businesses.
At a livestreamed event in Taiwan this afternoon, smart scooter startup Gogoro revealed the launch date and price for its sleek electric bike.
HWTrek, a Taipei startup that connects hardware makers with experts to help build marketable products, today announced it has completed a US$4M series A round.
The HeadStart Taiwan Program and Taiwan Startup Stadium mark the island's first serious effort at improving regulations for startups.
A Taiwan-based startup is taking esoteric paleographic research and making it accessible to Chinese language learners. Trust us, it's a big deal.
The POS startup has munched up some cash.
The investment will see the two teams merge their staff and technology.