Zweena (www.zweenahealth.com) is an online Personal Health Record (PHR) service for consumers to manage and protect their health records.
There is a new generation of Brazilian tech innovators that is making Silicon Valley sit up and take notice.
Entrepreneur Finder (www.EntrepreneurFinder.com) is a free interactive resource for entrepreneurs, skilled professionals, students and investors to find each other and designed to help startup companies grow.
From passwords and the Internet of Everything to nation state cyber warfare and jumping mobile malware, this infographic from WatchGuard helps you gain some security perspective for 2015.
One of the exhibiting startups at Echelon 2010 was pepperconn. We talk to Adrian Teo, founder of pepperconn, about his startup, entrepreneurship and his thoughts on the burgeoning social media scene.
Contributing writer Caroline Yeung speaks to Felix Chang, managing director of data recovery company Adroit Data Recovery Centre (ADRC), about data recovery and loss.
At first pass, review sites can seem overwhelming, especially if you notice negative feedback about your bar or restaurant. With a little time and effort, however, you can turn these sites into a great tool for getting more customers in the door.
Founded by mompreneur Nicole Townend, Teddy Needs A Bath! is a first-of-its-kind washer and dryer bag for stuffed toys, allowing you to safely wash them yet keep them protected.
Touted as the world's largest loyalty and card program network, Giift.com allows users to combine many of the card programs available globally onto one platform, and keep track and manage their accumulated rewards such as points or air miles in one place.
Yoursphere is an online social network that is centred around safe and fun rewards-based interactive content and activities for children and young people up to the age of 18, with features dedicated to guarding youth privacy and safety.
Singapore-based travel startup, Qiito (www.qiito.com) lets its users compile and build a personalized travel journal, complete with images and location. Users can also peruse and "adopt" travelogues compiled by others, making the sharing of travel experiences a lot more social.
Melbourne, Australia-based architect Sue Lee Seng may spend her formal hours designing buildings, but she puts some of her free time into RIAH, her hairdressing "business" that contributes 10 percent of revenue towards the non-profit organization Operation Stitches.
All Deals Asia scouts all the best shopping, entertainment and lifestyle deals available in Southeast Asia and aggregates them on one single website.