Philippine startup iSkwelahan allows schools to reach their students via SMS during time-sensitive situations such as when a typhoon strikes.
He terms 3Restart as a “learning positioning system” that puts learning priorities on track, while keeping the content engaging and fun yet as natural as possible.
Singapore is an excellent intellectual property hub for those who have the cash and able to fight to the death (legally), or well-connected.
This product made by Hyderabad-based Aayuv Technologies stores medical records of users online, uses analytics to track those records, and gives timely alerts.
Qork blends Reddit and Yik Yak to make a hyperlocal social network that’s useful and (hopefully) friendly
Highly localized social networks have a very bad reputation right now due to things like online abuse. This new startup is doing things differently.
Gift Card Indonesia will use the newly acquired cash to offer business-to-consumer products and expand regionally.
Their first product is Ampere, a wireless charging sleeve. Their second is a regional wireless charging network that could make flat batteries a thing of the past.
CTO Juniman Kasman argues Nexusguard is a much more feature-rich and robust solution than CloudFlare and other competitors.
Overseas Filipinos may now send money to their loved ones in the Philippines via Bitcoin for free. Transactions in large volumes will be required to comply with Know-Your-Customer rules.
The firm will target both seed and growth companies as it seeks to enter the virtual reality space.
US-based startup BlockCypher announced today that it has raised a seed round of more than $3.1 million, which the company plans to use to bolster its efforts to support the bitcoin ecosystem in Asia. ...
Asia's foremost financial hub will now play host to a fintech startup accelerator.
Companies, particularly large ones, subsidize their employees’ health insurance premiums. Outside this system, many self-employed individuals find that insurance is simply beyond their means.
This mobile-only startup delivers curated, healthy, and affordable lunch to office-goers.
Brainwars is gaining ground on the competition and the company behind it will be releasing more new games this year.
The Hyderabad-based startup offers a plug-and-play white-labelled toolkit for mobile app developers to launch referral campaigns and other growth hacks without having to code.
Not unlike Buffer and Hootsuite, this Chrome browser extension allows users to schedule and publish web content on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.