Today's top tech news, January 22: Snow raises US$50 million from Sequoia and Softbank

Besides Snow, there are new rules to govern ride-hailing in Indonesia and a Grab-oBike partnership 

More details emerge on early stage funding round for Indonesian agritech startup Sayurbox

Sayurbox is set to open its first offline store at a high-end shopping mall in Central Jakarta 

Google, Temasek to participate in Go-Jek's US$1.2B funding round

Chinese online platform Meituan-Dianping is also joining the round, which will also see Go-Jek's existing investors KKR and Warburg Pincus participating 

Indonesian HR, accounting platform Sleekr raises funding from Japanese counterpart Money Forward

However, Money Forward cited no plan to introduce the Sleekr platform to the Japanese market 

Car advertising is wildly popular in Indonesia. Here is how PayRide aims to do it differently

Based in Surabaya, PayRide is one of the many Indonesian startups enabling car owners to use their vehicle as a "moving billboard" 

Bukalapak to build R&D centre for machine learning, drone delivery in 2018

Bukalapak chooses Bandung as the location of their upcoming R&D centre, set to launch in mid-2018 

Absence of better data management makes Indonesia an "unstructured nation"

Indonesia can become a prominent contender as a Digital Economy powerhouse 

[Updated] Wantedly announces operational cessation in Indonesia

Wantedly promises to return to Indonesia with an improved product 

These 13 startups have made it to the second batch of Plug and Play Indonesia accelerator programme

Plug and Play Indonesia offers seed funding and other benefits for the startups 

Meet Titip Doa, the app that will get strangers to pray for you during Hajj pilgrimage

Titip Doa was inspired by a common habit among Indonesian Muslims of asking pilgrims to pray for them as they depart to Saudi Arabia for pilgrimage