Aliababa just splashed a bunch of cash on China's oldest video streaming giant. Why?
Bolo.me is bringing live streaming - which has previously been mostly used for gaming and entertainment - into the world of cross-border ecommerce.
Letv, a Chinese tech company known for everything from smartphones to streaming video, today announced plans to delve into the car hailing business. The investm...
China’s NCA has issued a ruling requiring unlicensed content be removed from online music outlets with remuneration set to begin in two months.
Singtel’s Netflix-like service will be launching in the country this May.
The service will be launching throughout 2015 in key Southeast Asian territories.
Coming from AirAsia X, Azran Osman-Rani wants to shake up the internet TV space in Southeast Asia.
Square Enix's DiveIn service is bringing FF7 and 13 to your smart phone through streaming. But despite smooth performance, we have some reservations.
Singapore doesn’t have Netflix (Toggle doesn’t count), so Microsoft has done the next best thing with the Starhub TV Anywhere streaming app.
After months of speculation, popular streaming service Twitch recently announced that it was being acquired by online retail giant Amazon.
Ximalaya, a Shanghai-based audio-streaming startup, recently closed a series A funding round of $11.5 million. According to the company’s official release (hat-...
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Sony fans can finally stop griping about the lack of backwards compatibility on its latest console. The company is finally making good on its acquisition of Gai...
The Xbox One and the PS4 are remarkable machines, even if I did say you shouldn’t buy either one of them. Both of them have all kinds of interesting sharing opt...
Here's why I think these startups won't succeed, and why I would advise any tech entrepreneur against the music industry.
Have you ever wanted to listen to North Korea’s English-language propaganda? Until now, your only option was to buy a shortwave radio or listen to edited clips ...