Vietnam is one of a handful of markets around the world where Google faces a strong rival in search. It's Vietnamese challenger is called Coc Coc.
Travel startup Triip, which won Tech in Asia's first ever Startup Arena battle in Ho Chi Minh City, battles again at Startup Asia Jakarta.
CocCoc, a Russian-backed Vietnamese search engine, just released its Mac browser. And it’s set on kicking Google out of Vietnam.
Vietnam’s startup scene is in an existential crisis. What does this mean for the young startups that want to build for the future? They should just go global.
Topica Founder’s Institute has just graduated its latest batch of startups. Three of them have already been funded. Can you guess which?
There's startups in Vietnam focused on the new frontiers of the internet and MegaNet is intent on becoming the Cisco of Vietnam, pioneering all new router technology.
The Vietnamese government, via the Ministry of Science and Technology, is intent on making a bigger impact on the startup ecosystem in Vietnam. It knows that innovation will key to the next generation...
If you want to build products and companies that can compete on the world stage, don’t pay attention to where you are from. Look forward.
HaiVL is one of Vietnam's most promising media startups. It cloned the 9gag funny image model and achieved 4 million uniqe visits per day within 2 years.
GrabTaxi is heading into new territory with GrabBike. The service now hosts motorbike drivers that you can call from your smartphone.
Come October 16, 6:30 pm, Tech in Asia will be bringing Do Tuan Anh, founder and CEO of Appota, to our Yangon Meetup session
mWork, over the last three years, has built a sophisticated mobile ecosystem around smartphone apps and games. Here's a closer look at what they do.
VinEcom is a US$50 million project under the auspices of Vingroup, Vietnam’s top real estate company. Vietnam's richest billionaire, Pham Nhat Vuong, is leading this project to become the biggest ecom...
Flappy Bird put Vietnam on the map. It underlined a little known fact about Vietnam, it has a burgeoning gaming market.
A new Vietnamese startup in the education space just secured funding from Silicon Valley-based investors.
Vietnam’s smartphone penetration recently hit 36 percent. That’s over 33 million people in 2014. What could this mean for the budding Southeast Asian tiger?
Triip.me, one of Vietnam’s new promising tourism startups is offering a tour of Vietnam’s startups. Lead by Ngan Sau, it gives a nice peek into what Vietnam’s startup ecosystem has to offer.