IDOOH and Voyager Philippines will engage ridesharing passengers with freenet-supported digital content

IDOOH, a company providing a platform for Out-of-Home (OOH) media environment on vehicles in Philippines partners with Voyager Philippines for in-vehicle interactive content 

Singapore's BMFA Group invests US$25M in CoAssets's fund CASFAR

According to the terms of the contract, the US$25 million will be invested in 11 tranches of at least US$2 million each up to October 2019 

Singapore-based NEO Global Capital funds music blockchain startup Muzika

Muzika is a Korea-based blockchain startup with a unique rewards system for artists and users 

Alibaba's hospitality robot can deliver meals, take laundry to guests

Guests talk to the robot via voice command, touch and hand gesture, and its responses are driven by AliGenie, the software that powers Alibaba A.I. Labs’ smart speaker, Tmall Genie 

Briefing: Findings of CEO’s rape accusation has turned over to prosecutors

The case was originally denied by, who called it slander, but then later confirmed by the company 

Ping An targets Crazy Rich Asians with launch of wealth app in Singapore

Called Lu Global, the wealth management app targets the uber-rich of Singapore and is another step in Ping An's Southeast Asia ambitions 

India's dating app GoGaga selected for Facebook's FbStart programme

GoGaga is eligible to receive up to US$40,000 in free tools and services from Facebook and dozens of its partners, including Amazon, UserTesting, NameCheap, Animoto, Zendesk and AngelList 

Indonesian coffee startup Fore Coffee has bagged seed funding from East Ventures

Fore Coffee's seed funding will be East Ventures' third insider-incubated project after EV Hive and Warung Pintar 

Taiwan’s first ever political donation in Bitcoins

While this donation is largely symbolic, blockchain does present an opportunity to make political donations more transparent 

Unfazed by 3 failures, this 20-year-old is building a new startup, with some big names backing it

Success stories mean nothing and it’s just an indication that there’s a chance to succeed; behind it is a huge chance of failing, says Andy Chan