Between Dianping itself and a couple of other investments, Tencent has China’s growing food delivery sector on lockdown.
Its flagship product, the Real-Time Adjusting Pump System (R-TAP), will lead the way in making this goal a reality.
Blisby has seen some incredible traction in past months, and so getting a stellar line-up of investors onboard was a piece of cake.
Tokyo-based live-streaming service Twitcasting, launched in 2010, just broke 10 million users - without any love from Silicon Valley.
Now based in Seattle, the Chinese entrepreneurs have created Pixotale as a way for people to tell a story with a bunch of photos.
Ecommerce marketplace Snapdeal acquires mobile top-up site FreeCharge to create a mobile user base of 40 million, which they want to increase ten-fold in a few years.
Kuaile Shidai, which runs Qufenqi, has secured almost US$100 million in series D funding led by Kunlun Worldwide, a Chinese online and mobile game publisher.
FirstCry follows a hybrid retail model with about 100 franchisee stores across 85 cities across the country.
Qingchifan, a location-based app for meeting up with strangers for dinner dates, has raised a series B round of funding from Vertex Ventures and Sequoia Capital
Sakay.ph brands itself as ‘the Google Maps or Waze for commuting,’ only better.
It's hard to believe, but once the devices are paired, any image or text that is copied on one device will appear right away on the other.
PressPlay offers passengers a wide selection of entertainment in the form of movies, games and songs while they are traveling in bus.
With 80 million monthly unique visitors, 9gag is a viral media powerhouse that’s now embracing mobile gaming.
Japan’s leading tech-focused business association put on a pitch contest. In addition to an $8,500 prize, the winner comes to Tech in Asia Singapore 2015.
PropTiger will use the startup’s expertise to build a design studio that will innovate for better user experience.
My life is full of words beginning with C, says Yuvraj Singh in his memoir. The latest one is ‘capital’ because the cricket icon from Chandigarh is now a VC.
It doesn’t matter where the software-maker is based, in California or Coimbatore. The sales model of Software-as-a-Service evens the playing field, and puts Indian startups on a roll.
The startup gives villagers access to specialized doctors through its mobile health clinics.