Today's top tech news, April 26: Uber aims for US$80B-90B valuation in IPO

Apart from Uber, we also have updates from Hijabenka, Deal Street Asia, and SelenaGO 

Game Theory behind Lyft's IPO: Implications for Uber, Didi and Ola

Much like Uber in the US, Didi and Ola suddenly find themselves losing market share to other companies in their market 

Malaysian cybersecurity firm Securemetric raises US$4M through IPO

Securemetric and its subsidiaries offer digital security products and solutions mainly across Southeast Asian countries 

Portable wifi rental service startup Passpod officially listed on IDX, raises US$3.2M

Passpod is the first startup under IDX Incubator program that went on to become listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) 

Kresna Graha Investama’s subsidiary “DIVA” is set for IPO, ready to offer 30% of new shares

Kresna Graha Investama's subsidiary, DIVA, prepares for IPO by giving up 30% shares to public, targeting fresh funding up to IDR 800 billion (US$ 53 million) 

Thailand's aCommerce to go for IPO in 2020; expansion to Vietnam on the anvil

The e-commerce enabler is considering to list either on the Singapore Stock Exchange or Stock Exchange Thailand 

What China’s history of overseas tech IPOs says about the current wave

The number of Chinese tech IPOs is expected to rise in the near future in Hong Kong and the US 

This Philippine-based startup is going head-to-head with Eatigo; raises US$2.3M via IPO

Yield management for restaurants is still a nascent space, and BigDish believes it can get a slice of the pie 

E-sports video streaming site Douyu planning a US IPO

After spurning Hong Kong, the IPO is expected to raise between US$600 million and US$700 million 

M Cash subsidiary NFC Indonesia debuts on IDX at US$0.19, raises US$21M

Following the footsteps of Kioson and M Cash, NFC Indonesia becomes the third local tech startup to list on the stock exchange