VentureBeat: Lenovo, Asus, and Tencent launch mobile game phones with Sentons GamingBar virtual buttons

Sentons has teamed up with Lenovo, Asus, and Tencent to create gaming smartphones with virtual buttons, which use controllers that sense gestures such as presses, swipes, and taps.

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Bloomberg: Gojek Acquires Payments Startup Moka for $130 Million

Indonesia’s ride-hailing and food-delivery giant Gojek has acquired a mobile point-of-sale startup

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Indoor Air Quality – Getting it Right

As I write this the government is agonising over whether to move from the ‘Rule of Six’ plus selected regional

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The Business Times: Construction tech startup Novade completes Series B funding

CONSTRUCTION tech startup Novade has completed its Series B funding with lead investors SIG and Vulcan Capital, the

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The Business Times: Wavemaker closes third South-east Asia fund at US$111m

SINGAPORE-BASED deep-tech investor Wavemaker Partners closed its third South-east Asia fund on June 19 at US$111.5

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Bloomberg: Singapore’s Wavemaker Closes Venture Fund at $111 Million

Wavemaker Partners LLC, an early-stage venture capital firm, has closed its third investment fund for Southeast Asia

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Bloomberg: Intuit Agrees to Buy Singapore Inventory Software Maker

Intuit Inc. has agreed to acquire TradeGecko, a Singapore-based inventory and order management software platform for

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