A startup with feet in Taiwan and Singapore is hoping its social media monitoring software will take off in Asia and Latin America.
Apple reveals record revenues and profits in newest financial report. A great deal of the growth was driven by soaring demand in China for the iPhone 6 and 6 Pl...
Fly? Karbonn? Cherry Mobile? These are smartphone brands you've never heard of, but they sell units in the millions. GMobi hooks up local OEMs with global app p...
More money for Taiwan startups.
Has your mola mola gone to the Indian Ocean and beyond? If so, see if you can get this earthworm to the mystical depth of 50 meters.
A four-man team from Taiwan has created a 320 gram arcade cabinet that plays old school Java-based games.
It's the "try-before-you-buy" scheme, but for apps.
If you're a fan of old-school JRPGs and possess an iOS device, you need to play this game.
Investments like these are not common in Taiwan.
At Tech in Asia, we are serious about unearthing the best startups across Asia. Apart from having great writers scattered across the region, writing about new i...
Singapore's GameStart and Taipei Game Show partner up for indie developer exchange.
When it comes to Bitcoin, I’ve always been an outsider looking in. Living in China, government crackdowns have made the cryptocurrency largely inaccessible, so ...
If you've ever wanted to live the life of an ocean sunfish, this game is for you. Survive, mola mola!
The makers of the world's most popular mobile utilities suite are offering funding for fledging Taiwan companies.
More money for the popular Twitch-esque live streaming website.
Where's the money flowing for earlier stage startups? By narrowing down the playing field to A rounds, you can get an idea (hint: China and ecommerce).
The taxi-hailing company bites the dust for the fifth time in Asia.
A Taiwanese ecommerce veteran is betting that app storefronts will topple the island's incumbents in online shopping.
Four Taiwanese college students turned a dorm room hobby into a US$1M Kickstarter success. But can the team deliver once the rubber hits the road?