Apple today confirmed a raft of new release dates for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus around the world.
Which Asian countries do you think are your top ranking ones when it comes to game revenue? Data from Newzoo, October 2014.
500 Startups announced today it elected two new managing partners, Bedy Yang from its operation in Brazil and Latin America, and Khailee Ng, the firm’s venture partner in Malaysia, who oversees the So...
Coda Payments announced new partnerships this morning with several Southeast Asian telcos. The mobile payment company’s fresh roster of partners includes Globe Telecom in the Philippines, Indosat and ...
Some 20 armed uniformed police and immigration officials arrived at PunSpace in the late afternoon saying they would detain anyone who could not show their passports.
Protecting customer data and transferring it around Asia is not as complicated as it appears.
Thanks to budding digital nomad Pieter Levels, several options are available for the picking at his crowdsourced guide Nomadlist.io.
The startup aims to own the whole supply chain. Investors include US rapper Nas.
Techies in Jakarta often don’t know what to make of eFishery. The Bandung-based startup for commercial aqualife has a concept that is uncommon to say the least. The company doesn’t fall into the ordin...
Note-syncing app Evernote now has more than 30 million users in Asia, reveals the US startup’s CEO, Phil Libin.
Here's some bad news: you'll be experiencing these depressing dial-up web speeds for another twenty days before the cable is fixed.
Two years ago Ardent Capital set out to create Southeast Asia's first trans-national ecommerce giants. Now, it just got funding from one of Indonesia's biggest holding companies.
Asiasoft will be handing publishing rights for the Singapore and Malaysia English RO2 service back to Gravity.
What is being in a game accelerator like? Southeast Asia's first game accelerator, Mseed, shares the pros and cons of being in a game accelerator.
Here's a quick guide to the past exits that have happened in the region.
Rather than an outsourced development shop, Chok Ooi describes Agility as a startup product development company that partners and works with their clients closely.