CyberAgent Ventures Invests $1 Million in Taiwan’s iPeen

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Japanese investment firm, CyberAgent Ventures has recently invested $1 million in Taiwan’s iPeen for 20 percent stake, valuing iPeen at $5 million. iPeen is one of the largest user generated restaurant review websites […] Related posts: Japan’s DOCOMO Invests $175 Million In Tata Teleservices of India NTT DOCOMO, Japan’s mobile operator giant, has announced today that… East Ventures Jakarta Ventures …

A Creative Facebook Campaign for Medal of Honor

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It has been a long time since we last received a creative and effective Singapore-based digital campaign. In this post, we’ll feature Euro RSCG’s Facebook campaign for EA’s Medal of Honor. Enjoy: Objective […] Related posts: Taiwan: “Take my Medal? I’ll Hack your Website!” Update: The referee isn’t Korean. He is a Filipino but… Google and Facebook Join ‘It Gets …

Groupon wants China

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What’s next for Groupon after rejecting Google’s $6 billion mouth-watering offer? ‘More expansion’ is the answer. Groupon has recently acquired 3 group-buying sites based in Singapore and Taiwan and is looking to expand to larger markets in Asia. “We’ll continue to expand geographically and on the subscriber front,” Rob Solomon, Groupon president and chief operating officer, […] Related posts: Benz …

Taiwan: “Take my Medal? I’ll Hack your Website!”

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The ongoing Asian Games in Guangzhou, China, is filled with stories. But so far, no story is as controversial as Yang Shu-Chun’s. On November 17, Taiwanese contestant, Yang, competed in the Taekwondo semi-final and was significantly ahead in the game. Victory seemed certain. 9 to nothing (9-0) was the score when the Korean referee suddenly brought the […] Related posts: …

Palm is For Sale

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Palm, the smartphone pioneer, is on the block. The company, which in recent years has been eclipsed by the iPhone (and to some extent by Google’s Android OS), failed to make much of a comeback with its most recent Pre and Pixi phones. Now Bloomberg reports the inevitable: Goldman Sachs and Qatalyst Partners have been tasked with finding a buyer …