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We’ve expanded our news services in two ways using Substack:
- A weekly round-up of Asia’s technology news headlines; and
- An email newsletter service, sent direct to subscriber inboxes.
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And here’s a preview of the Asia tech newsletter format, from the December 13th weekly round-up:
• A deep-dive into the problems with electric vehicles and their battery systems, focusing on the impact on Indonesia’s nickel sector
• Taiwan’s TSMC confirms it will build two chip manufacturing plants in Arizona, more than tripling TSMC’s original investment to $40BN
• Australia: An overview of proposed Australia-wide drone deliveries, and the issues this raises
“…subscribers to the top 100 Chinese YouTube accounts at 169 million, with influencer channels accounting for 45% of that fan base. If YouTube is blocked in China, how is this possible?“
• Singapore’s Haulio digital haulier announces first overseas acquisition with controlling stake taken in Indonesia’s Logol, a logistics-focused platform
• Philippines: A-Labs launches $10M Web3 fund, with first cohort for its Archipelago Labs Accelerator Block set to run in 2023
• India: Gov’t is considering making ‘net and social media firms legally ‘accountable’ for algorithms deployed to tailor content based on browsing history and user profiles
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• Taiwan bans TikTok, Douyin and Xiaohongshu from public sector devices as it has been listed as ‘a product that endangers national information and communication security‘
• Huawei and Saudi Ministry of Comm’s and IT ink MOU with goal of a ’10GPS Society’, and with Huawei gaining a cloud computing region in the Kingdom
• Japan: Huawei switches focus to Japan’s smartwatch market as US limits bite, releasing devices for business users which don’t require cutting-edge semiconductors…
It might not seem that this would qualify as an email newsletter platform but, in fact, subscribers to Startup News Asia’s LinkedIn newsletter receive updates as a standalone email, as well as a link to the published LinkedIn post.
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