US-based startup OneSignal (formerly GameThrive) just got a big boost with funding from the VC arm of Rakuten.
If you're on the fence about our Tech in Asia Singapore 2015 conference, here's one good reason to hop off: Kevin Hale.
April Fools' Day has everyone at Tech in Asia a bit paranoid about getting duped by fake stories.
The accelerator is bringing Startup School to Asia, but that is not all. It wants more Asian founders to join its program in Silicon Valley.
Glassjar launches this week as an app aimed at the US market. The startup is currently incubated at Y Combinator.
The company has created an app designed specifically for mobile-first, enterprise chat.
US investors, including Scott Nolan of Founders Fund and Sam Altman of Silicon Valley startup accelerator Y Combinator, participated in this funding round.
“With Zip Phone's technology we'll be able to build a very bandwidth efficient voice calling stack which we believe is very important for a market like India,” Hike founder Kavin Bharti Mittal tells T...
There are many reasons for startups failing, but the 10 that came up most often provide useful signposts for everyone involved with the startup ecosystem. Entrepreneurs share why their startups failed...
You will never see Kevin Hale wax poetic about Asia's smartphone penetration or its cheap labor. The YC partner believes in smart people first, market potential second.
Panelists at Startup Asia Tokyo from Beenos, Movida Japan, Y Combinator, and 500Startups dig into ten key ways that Japan’s startup ecosystem is so different from the Silicon Valley.
Will Japan be able to marry its strong history of hardware innovation and build mass appeal for the next generation of software-based technology firms?
Kimono puts the power of data analysis into the hands of anyone. No coding required.
Taking part in the discussion are Taizo Son, CEO at Movida, Kevin Hale, partner at Y Combinator, and Dave McClure, founding partner at 500 Startups.
In a short span of two years, Fukuyama and his team have turned AnyPerk into one of the startups to watch in Silicon Valley.
Latest data has been telling us that Asia leads the world in terms of internet growth, in almost every significant category. But can Asian startups meet that demand?
Two weeks ago, the entire Strikingly team hung out at Block 71, the epicenter of Singapore’s tech startup community. Here on a workaway trip — think work and vacation combined — the Y Combinator start...