Startup News Asia

Asia's tech startup news

Asia’s startup news, daily

LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook
& mobile app

Daily, ongoing news updates are Startup News Asia’s backbone,
allowing us to deliver timely information and to create a growing dataset for monthly startup news collections and quarterly news publications in print.

Mobile LinkedIn Twitter Facebook

ICYMI: Google and Mozilla announce plans to encrypt users' browsing data when they visit websites with Chrome or Firefox with addition of DNS over HTTPS system #technews #privacy #webdev #cybersecurity #infosec

Sri Lanka: Lankan Angel Network partnered by US' Ford Foundation, gaining $300K grant for programs boosting entrepreneurial ecosystem, focusing on income and gender inequality #srilanka #startupLK #socialimpact #LKA

ICYMI: Google to impose new restrictions and review process on which Android apps can track your location in the background #tech #mobileapps #privacy #technews #google

Taiwan's CoolBitX crypto wallet and security startup raises $16.7M to make cryptocurrency more banking regulations-friendly #taiwan #crypto #fintech #bankingtech #startupTaiwan

Apple may be made to reveal censorship requests from China, as 2 major shareholder groups back proposal to force company to make human rights commitments #china #technews #censorship #govtech

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South & Southeast Asia
Australia & New Zealand

Startup news app

Get the Startup News Asia mobile app (Android)
from the Google Play Store here:
• Get ongoing, daily news updates on Asia’s tech startups
• Share news items with colleagues, networks and beyond
• Built-in QR scanner, and scan and news item history

News via LinkedIn

Part of Startup News Asia’s audience is the established professional in key technology and innovation industries, – LinkedIn lets us deliver directly to this audience.

Tech news on Twitter

For Startup News Asia, Twitter is a perfect fit, providing
a short-form, at-a-glance platform for reporting on the Asia-Pacific and Australasian startup scenes.

Startup news on Facebook

Startup News Asia was built explicitly to avoid the
overheads of in-house editorial, commentary and public conversation in favour of one-way news delivery and, so, FB is a secondary news platform for  us.

Startup news app for Asia

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