Today's top tech news, October 10: Amazon Web Services inked a US$1 billion deal cloud service

Also, Indonesian property developer Sinar Mas Land launches digital ecosystem hub in BSD City, and Cashfree partners with Ola Money 

Today's top tech news, October 8: Big money for ONE Championship and SoftBank Vision Fund

Also, Tencent invests in Brazilian fintech firm and ComfortDelGro plans a subscription service 

Singapore-based public transportation platform mobilityX raises Series A led by Toyota Tsusho

Toyota Tsusho Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, as the sole general trading company of Toyota Group, led the investment into the public transport digital platform 

LINE officially joins the decentralised community with 5 new dApps and a global digital token

LINE corporation's LINE will use internal blockchain technology to build co-creative relationships between users and service providers 

Today top tech news, September 26: SurveyMonkey succeeds in IPO, Sequoia backed student housing startup Stanza Living

Also, Chinese electric scooter Niu gearing up for IPO and Flipkart acquires Israeli analytics startup Upstream 

Remote fish feeding management startup Umitron raises additional US$2.7M funding

Umitron enables fish farmers to quantify the asset value of their produce and provides environmental data for risk assessment 

Today's top tech news, August 7: Alibaba to merge food, lifestyle platforms and raise US$3B for them

Also, Xiaomi's component supplier to invest US$200 million in India, and more 

Japanese startup Cinnamon opens Taiwan R&D centre with offer of free AI courses

Cinnamon plans to open five AI research centers across Asia with a goal of employing 500 AI engineers by 2022 

Paytm teams up with SoftBank to launch QR code-based payment services in Japan

In Japan, cash is still the mainstream payment methodology, with the current cashless payment ratio remaining at 20 per cent 

Today's top tech news, July 20: SoftBank aims for SenseTime, Google develops Android successor

Facebook has to delay Whatsapp Pay launch in India, while Alibaba invests in sports retail and media