While Facebook’s revenue from Asia is growing, the vast majority of that is from advertising. So what about in-app purchases and stickers...?
In Asia, the headline number is that Facebook now has 471 million monthly active users (MAUs) in Q1 2015. In terms of daily active users, it's 270 million.
Is this enough to stop apps from taking over the world and bleeding telcos dry?
BuzzFeed VP Scott Lamb explains there’s more to making content go viral than one-liners, listicles, and hyperbolic headlines.
People have been asking for a web interface for the extremely popular messaging service, and it is finally here. But does it live up to the hype?
Get an instant snapshot of where the various chat apps are.
For those of you who’ve been living on the moon, bitcoin is an unregulated digital currency that provides a way for folks to transfer money to each other over the web without using a bank or financial...
Tapp is a new short-form communication mechanism where one can send up to 100 customizable characters and / or emojis with a single tap. You can also have private conversations
While imperfect, Whatsapp's introduction of the encryption feature should be lauded.
At a Mobile Marketing Association forum event in Jakarta today, Indonesian telco XL Axiata released data that confirms WhatsApp is the most dominant chat app used by its domestic customers. Based on s...
WhatsApp has introduced a new fix that lets your friends see whether you've read their messages. This is how to get around it.
Hike and WeChat fill TVs with commercials, but WhatsApp stays on top with 70 million active users in India
WhatsApp added 20 million new MAUs in six months since it announced hitting 50 million active user mark in India.
WeChat, while it attracts the brightest spotlight from the west, actually has about half the users as its older PC-born brother, QQ Messenger.
In partnership with New York's Collaborative Fund, Line will give six US startups the stage for a chance at investment or a tie-up.
Haptik lets users get instant help for queries regarding products and services of 180 companies using a WhatsApp-like messaging channel.
Free messaging app Hike, the Indian answer to WhatsApp, has just raised US$65 million in funding. Founder Kavin Mittal tells Tech in Asia his plans.
Telecom companies in India want regulatory body to bring back the revenue they're losing out as users shift to free apps like WhatsApp, Hike, and Skype.