Emma Lee, reporting for TechCrunch;
Didi Chuxing’s deal to acquire Uber China seemingly left the Chinese ride-hailing giant as the last man standing and therefore sole winner of China’s vast ride-sharing market. However, Didi’s success has also served to open new opportunities for other competitors. It would seem that there’s no way for a single company to gobble up the entire market as a whole, even if it’s Didi.
Xbox Live will soon be open to all developers via the Xbox Live Creators Program – no concept approval required! You will be able to rapidly publish your game to Xbox One or Windows 10 through a short and simplified certification process.
The Xbox Live Creators Program will let any game developer create and publish Xbox games. Indie or solo game developers can directly publish their games to the Xbox platform. There is a $19 USD to $99 USD one-time registration fee needed to enroll for the program.
If you’re an Apple Developer, the Xbox Live Creators Program looks very much like the Apple Developer Program.
Corrie Driebusch and Maureen Farrell, reporting for Wall Street Journal;
Snap Inc. priced its initial public offering above expectations Wednesday, as investors clamored for a piece of the biggest technology IPO in the U.S. since Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. made its debut in 2014.
Snap fetched $17 a share in its offering, the company said, confirming an earlier report by The Wall Street Journal. That gives the parent of popular disappearing-message app Snapchat a market value of nearly $24 billion. It was also above the $14 to $16 a share Snap had targeted, indicating strong demand for an IPO that has captivated investors and analysts since the company confidentially filed for the offering late last year.
Edd K. Usman, writing foe NewsBytes Ph;
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) is intensifying its venture into space technology with the recent creation of a new program called Space Technology Development (STD) which has an allocated budget of P258 million.
Php 258 million or around $5.127 million (USD) is relatively small compare to the budget of neighboring countries with similar space program.
- $2.4 billion for Japan
- $500 million for China
- $1.4 billion for India
- $366 million for South Korea
This is pretty much the best way to be in the news, specially today is the last day of 2017 Mobile World Congress.
The image perfectly match the purported S8 phone in the leaked video the other day.
We still have 28 more days before the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2017 – Unbox Your Phone, which will be held in New York this 29th of March. By that time, the only thing that Samsung will need to do is to just make every leaked information about the phone official.
MTI (My Taxi India) is a complete car rental solution for local, outstation or holidays tour. Within few years of its launch, MTI already has the largest ISO 9001:2008 certified taxi network in India, or local, outstation or holidays tour. Within few years of its launch, MTI already has the largest ISO 9001:2008 certified taxi network in India, with over 15,000 + taxis operating across 120+ cities. Unlike other on-line car rental companies in the country, the company follows an affiliate business model, whereby it works with on-board taxi fleet operators across the country.
The startup was founded in 2013 by CEO Anshuman Mihir.
Sainul Abudheen K, reporting for E27;
Gurgaon-based MyTaxiIndia (MTI), an online platform to book outstation taxi and cab rental services in India, has raised strategic investment from UAE-based investment and holding company Zain Group of Companies.
The startup was founded in 2013 by Anshuman Mihir (CEO). MTI is an outstation taxi and cabs service provider, focussed on servicing both one-way taxi and package-based outstation taxi service segments. Its services are available in more than 120 cities across India with 10,000-plus routes, including Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Agra, Chandigarh, Pune, Manali, and Shimla.
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Anisa Menur A. Maulani, reporting for E27;
Australian startup incubator and consultancy Pollenizer, which is often dubbed as industry pioneer in the country, announced to staff and investors on Tuesday that it is going to shut down.
Currently employing 22 people, the company will start to cut down its number to zero by the end of June.
It’s always sad to read this kind of news.
Judith Balea, reporting for Tech in Asia;
Singapore-based TotallyAwesome, which allows brands to put their wares in front of children, is banking on that growth. Today, the company announced it raised US$2 million from UK’s serial investor Nigel Wray to support is expansion.