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Michael de Waal-Montgomery
Michael is one of e27's Singapore-based Correspondents for Southeast Asia. He is a British journalism graduate who has previously been published by The Next Web, South China Morning Post, Shenzhen Daily and Guangzhou Morning Post. He's on Twitter at @michaeldwm.
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Google eyes Asia with upcoming Nexus 6 smartphone

Google eyes Asia with upcoming Nexus 6 smartphone

NEWS, TECHNOLOGY, WORLD | 15 Oct, 2014

As evidence of the shift of power to Asia, Google plays to the booming market's demands by making the huge Nexus 6 'phablet' this year's flagship 

Tech startups get more media attention because they're 'fun'

Tech startups get more media attention because they're 'fun'

TECHNOLOGY, WORLD | 15 Oct, 2014

Netscape Co-founder Marc Andreesen thinks tech startups get special media attention because they're 'fun'. But is this a good thing? 

Lifelogging and the coming of Glass - Part 1

Lifelogging and the coming of Glass - Part 1

INTERVIEWS, TECHNOLOGY, WORLD | 15 Oct, 2014

In a 3-part series, Professor Cathal Gurrin of Dublin City University's School of Computing, who started his own lifelog 7 years ago, talks about merging of lifelogging and Google Glass 

Is Hong Kong's corporate culture bad for startups?

Is Hong Kong's corporate culture bad for startups?

BUSINESS, HONG KONG | 15 Oct, 2014

How does Hong Kong, with its results-oriented attitude, treat startups? A glimpse at its pros and cons 

Google Primer offers bite-size marketing lessons for startups

Google Primer offers bite-size marketing lessons for startups

NEWS, TECHNOLOGY, WORLD | 14 Oct, 2014

Google looks to give startups the best shot at success with its new marketing advice app Primer, available for free on iOS (and soon Android) 

Are we witnessing the rise and rise of Tencent?

Are we witnessing the rise and rise of Tencent?

BUSINESS, CHINA, FEATURES, TECHNOLOGY | 14 Oct, 2014

As Tencent battles Alibaba in the e-commerce space and moves to open a bank, are we seeing the unstoppable ascent of this Asian tech giant?