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Asian programmers may be a common sight in Silicon Valley, but foreign entrepreneurs are practically a rarity, says Valley-based accelerator.
The two co-founders of the Singapore-based short film streaming platform say their success so far has been partly due to their process of resolving conflict, and their lean methodology in building up the site.
As an entrepreneur with multiple startup ideas, an eternal question is whether to pursue a product or service. Factors to consider include identifying the problem, scalability, margins, errors and finances.
The additional manpower will contribute to Square's goal of tripling the size of its engineering team in New York City within the next year.
The processor giant buying Hacker League, a private organization that plans and organizes hackathons. Examples of previous events have not been limited to enterprise customers either.
Tech companies in London's Tech City are creating jobs and generating millions in investment, according to Google.
This week saw the first residents join the Greek Campus as the Egyptian capital seeks to build the heart of a new IT ecosystem.
Belgian firm Right Brain Interface is raising funds to acquire more channels for its cloud-based TV-recording platform Bhaalu, which is set to make its Asia debut in Singapore early 2014.
Flowics, by Argentinian startup Zauber, has entered the Indian market and is working closely with Twitter India to provide enhanced user engagement through social hubs.
Everyone is shopping today -- even Apple.
Result of an investigation. PR stunt. Holiday cheer. Call it what you want, but Salesforce.com is trying to make everyone happy following a controversial conclusion to the Dreamforce hackathon.
One of Yahoo's most popular products is fantasy sports leagues, so it's quite possible we could see SkyPhrase's AI technology piped in there.
Among the most talked about strategies are drawing community insights, addressing pain points and customer feedback and getting the wireframe right.
The Bangalore-based startup is one of the first success stories in India’s missed-call business tapping in this unique phenomenon.
Get "online" without a data connection via SMS with the browser by Bangalore-based startup, Innoz.in, which seeks to connect the unconnected poor with featurephones to the information riches of the Web.