Seoul-based WAHA Offices - a serviced office and business incubator hybrid office solutions targeted at startup companies - last week opened its third location, after its first in Seoul's Gangam district and its second in Singapore.
Customer engagement solutions provider Emarsys today official announces in Asia the availability of Predict, a self-learning, intelligent marketing engine that creates individually tailored recommendations to site visitors based on online behavior analysis and predictive technology that's built into its eMarketing Suite marketing dashboard product.
Here's an infographic from the folks over at AdNear that shows some of the numbers behind the Chinese New Year shopping trends in Singapore.
After being unseated last quarter by Indonesia, China has regained its spot as the source of observed attack traffic in the third quarter of 2013., according to Akamai's latest State of the Internet Report.
Singapore-based upstart broadband provider MyRepublic has announced MyGigNation, an initiative to attract and entice local independent developers to create, build and test Gigabit-level applications.
Japan-based electronic commerce and Internet service provider Rakuten has today announced the official commencement of its operations in Singapore.
Spotify's recent move to give free access across all mobile devices is likely to spark off another frantic phase in the music streaming app wars, right after competitor Deezer revealed that it has more than doubled the number of its paid subscribers in a year.
To help spearhead its aggressive growth across Asia, social stay marketplace travelmob recently introduced an iOS app that helps hosts to manage their reservations and listings quickly, as well as assist travelers in booking their accommodations from more than 20,000 properties across Asia Pacific while on the move.
Think that the word 'responsible' is the most accurate description of your professional career? Well, according to online professional social network LinkedIn it so happens that almost everyone else does as well.
Hotel chain Westin returns to Singapore with The Westin Singapore, a 305-room property located right smack in Singapore's Central Business District.
Singapore's largest online car rental marketplace Drive.SG launches a mobile application to tap on smartphone-using customers.
Philippines' Department of Transportation and Communication’s (DOTC) recently conducted a app challenge that invited developers across the country to create applications in a three-month hack-at-home competition to develop an app that will ease commuting in the megacities of Cebu and Metro Manila.
The Singapore infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF) earlier this month celebrated over 40 innovative technology solutions - across various categories including the best start-up, cloud solution, digital media, e-government, and infocomm productivity - at an awards ceremony that attracted over 290 submissions in total.
According to the latest 2013 Norton Report by Symantec, the number of online adults in Singapore who have experienced cybercrime has decreased from 48 percent in 2012 to 37 percent this year, but the average loss per victim has skyrocketed by 75% at S$1,448 from S$826 in 2012.
American business magazine Forbes has announced its list of "The Best Small Companies in America" for 2013, with Questcor Pharmaceuticals, Inc topping the rankings of 100 small businesses based on earnings growth, sales growth and return on equity in the past 12 months and over five years.
A recent study by IT management software provider SolarWinds of 150 150 IT decision makers at Singapore SMEs reveals challenges surrounding BYOD at the workplace.
Research compiled from messaging threat protection service provider Cloudmark’s Global Threat Network places the United States as the top country in the world in terms of volume of email spam, followed by Brazil and France. Asia Pacific countries rated fairly low on the global scale when it came to volume of email spam sent, but they do exhibit a high incidence of spam among total emails sent.
The recession is hitting the economy hard, and a study is finding that it's impacting attitudes on entrepreneurship quite differently across different generations.
Just a week after Tech in Asia (Techinasia.com) completed its acquisition of fellow Singapore-based blog SGEntrepreneurs (SGE) for an undisclosed sum, today it announced that it has also acquired Indonesia-based gaming blog GameSaku from Apps Foundry.
If you're a nonprofit, take note - global software giant Microsoft is making Office 365 for Nonprofits available to qualifying nonprofits and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) through its software donation program.
One of Asia's biggest regional technology and startup blogs just got bigger - Tech In Asia (Techinasia.com) just announced its acquisition of fellow Singapore-based tech blog SGEntrepreneurs (SGE) for an undisclosed sum.
StarHub yesterday introduced a new converged technology solution called SmartPipe that combines high-speed fibre broadband, voice and IPTV services targeted at small and medium businesses.
Payment solutions provider NETS has launched a location-based mobile application called NETS Savers that helps users discover special deals from its network of merchants across the island.
Today Evernote announced a strategic tie-up with local telecommunications provider StarHub, who will give its new and recontracting post-paid subscribers from today a complimentary one-year Evernote Premium subscription.
Hidden on the eight floor of an industrial building in Kennedy Town, Innovation Lab is the China's Special Administrative Region latest co-working space exclusive to the Western District and has targeted startups in its sights.
Jacksonville, Florida-based and healthcare technology-focused business accelerator Healthbox has identified seven companies that will be selected to participate in its inaugural 4-month accelerator program.
Singapore-based accelerator Joyful Frog Digital Incubator (JFDI Asia) has revealed that over 300 digital startup teams have applied for its second accelerator program for this year, competing for just 12 places in this intake.
National Instruments has announced the opening of National Instruments Academy & Innovation Nucleus (NI-AIN), a shared services lab facility in Technology Park Malaysia comprising over RM20 million (~US$6.25 million) worth of hardware and software technology tools that's developed as an incubation center for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) working on high-value design and engineering services.
According to Akamai's State Of The Internet for the first quarter of 2013, Indonesia surged to an incredulous 2nd place as an originator for attack traffic, contributing around 21% of global malignant web traffic.