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Running

This Indian startup wants you to run right

New player in footwear wearable Stridalyzer’s sensor-fitted insole provides real-time data from your shoes to your smartphone to help you run injury-free Are you a professional sprinter or a marathon runner? Or do you run for the love of it and to stay fit? Whatever the motivation, running has its many benefits — from helping

Running

This Indian startup wants you to run right

New player in footwear wearable Stridalyzer’s sensor-fitted insole provides real-time data from your shoes to your smartphone to help you run injury-free Are you a professional sprinter or a marathon runner? Or do you run for the love of it and to stay fit? Whatever the motivation, running has its many benefits — from helping

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Dining out? Save time: Chope acquires queueing service Ticktok

Singaporean restaurant reservation platform Chope has integrated queueing service Ticktok. What’s the synergy between the two? Singapore-based restaurant reservations provider The Chope Group today announced its acquisition of Appic Technologies, a fellow local company behind queuing service Ticktok. The acquisition sum was not disclosed. For background, Ticktok is a service that helps restaurant patrons make the

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EasyVan launches in Bangkok as lalaMove; to give out free condoms

As part of its official partnership with Durex, EasyVan’s Thai brand lalaMove will give out free condoms this December 1 Come December 1 (World AIDS Day), Hong Kong-based delivery matching startup EasyVan will be delivering 100 condoms in Bangkok, Thailand for 12 hours, as part of its official partnership with Durex. However, instead of using

Finance

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Edu-mobile app developer QLL snags US$450K led by B Dash Ventures

Taiwan-based edu-mobile app developer will use the funds to seek out users in markets such as US, South Korea, Japan and Southeast Asia Taiwan-based mobile application development startup QLL (or Quick Language Learning) today announced receiving US$450,000 in a funding round led by Japanese investor B Dash Ventures, with participation from Incubate Fund, Pinehurst Advisors, Viling

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Wearable wireless mouse Mycestro is now publicly available

Tired of your clunky mouse? Mycestro offers an alternative that could be the future of peripherals Computers may have gotten smaller and more sophisticated over the years, but the mouse has stayed the same. This becomes problematic when you don’t have a flat surface or enough desk space for a mouse. That’s where Mycestro, a wearable

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Edu-mobile app developer QLL snags US$450K led by B Dash Ventures

Taiwan-based edu-mobile app developer will use the funds to seek out users in markets such as US, South Korea, Japan and Southeast Asia Taiwan-based mobile application development startup QLL (or Quick Language Learning) today announced receiving US$450,000 in a funding round led by Japanese investor B Dash Ventures, with participation from Incubate Fund, Pinehurst Advisors, Viling

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Echelon Malaysia: Three IPOs you need to know about

For many startups, IPO is the holy grail of exit strategies. Find out how three tech firms managed that feat at Echelon Malaysia IPO, or initial public offering, is a simple word that captures neatly both the desires and fears of almost every startup. Being able to bring a company to public attention, letting media and industry

Technology

Running

This Indian startup wants you to run right

New player in footwear wearable Stridalyzer’s sensor-fitted insole provides real-time data from your shoes to your smartphone to help you run injury-free Are you a professional sprinter or a marathon runner? Or do you run for the love of it and to stay fit? Whatever the motivation, running has its many benefits — from helping

Singapore

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This startup wants you to lose control!

A new Singaporean clothing portal with an interesting name — Controlled Commodity — celebrates individuality by adding its twist to classic pieces We all love our basic jeans and tees. They are timeless and classy. But the same can get drab and boring when you have most in office (we love the startup world!) dressed up like

Indonesia

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Indonesia partners with South Korea to implement e-government

Indonesia to speed up establishment of online government services with help from South Korea Apparently, Indonesia is still steps behind in implementing the e-government technology within its governance system that it’s even unable to keep up with other fellow Southeast Asian countries. According to E-Government Survey 2014 by the UN, Indonesia is ranked 106th out

India

Running

This Indian startup wants you to run right

New player in footwear wearable Stridalyzer’s sensor-fitted insole provides real-time data from your shoes to your smartphone to help you run injury-free Are you a professional sprinter or a marathon runner? Or do you run for the love of it and to stay fit? Whatever the motivation, running has its many benefits — from helping

Malaysia

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3 niche local demands met by Malaysian online stores

Catering to specific markets lets small e-commerce players stay competitive. Check out these Malaysian businesses addressing distinct needs The size of the e-commerce market in Malaysia is projected to grow to RM 5.76 billion (US$1.7B) in 2015, according to statistics from eCommerceMILO. With over 90 per cent of Malaysian web users shopping online, the market is largely driven

Thailand

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EasyVan launches in Bangkok as lalaMove; to give out free condoms

As part of its official partnership with Durex, EasyVan’s Thai brand lalaMove will give out free condoms this December 1 Come December 1 (World AIDS Day), Hong Kong-based delivery matching startup EasyVan will be delivering 100 condoms in Bangkok, Thailand for 12 hours, as part of its official partnership with Durex. However, instead of using

World

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AIA launches 12-week accelerator programme with Hong Kong’s NEST

Eight startups focussed on the wearable tech and healthcare space will be selected to participate in this exciting programme Insurance giant AIA has partnered with Hong Kong-based startup incubator NEST to launch AIA Accelerator, a 12-week programme targeted at startups in the wearable technology and healthcare space. A total of eight companies will be chosen to participate

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