Filipino startup bags prize at Dubai hackathon
MaroonStudios is the only Asean startup to win.
MDEC-sponsored AngelHack sees 370 participants
The AngelHack KL 2016 24-hours hackathon, held from June 4-5, saw 370 participants, up 25% from last year’s event, according to sponsor Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation.
Keeping cultural traditions alive: There’s an app for that
CultureGuru is an app that keeps its users aware and informed on their cultural traditions and festivities, as well as a mobile marketplace to purchase festive supplies. Lum Ka Kay speaks to CEO Lim Feng to find out more.
Gwen Yi wants to change the lives of 30mil people
Social entrepreneur Wong Gwen Yi wants to change the lives of 30 million people before she is 30 years old, she tells Goh Thean Eu in San Francisco.
IoT potential excites Telekom Malaysia
Telekom Malaysia’s Italian chief technology and innovation officer, Giorgio Migliarina, shares with Karamjit Singh why he sees strong opportunity in delivering IoT services
The thing about hackathons
Just too many hackathons in Malaysia, with results that lead to nowhere? Benefits go beyond just creating startups, say participants and organisers I’VE always wondered about hackathons, and the role they play in the startup ecosystem.
Owe$ome at the Valley, and lessons therein
Team Owe$ome, which won the leg of AngelHack in early June with its debt collection app, went to Silicon Valley to compete in the international edition, placing third among the 35 global startups it went up against. In this, the second of a two-part article, Owe$ome ‘creative head and idea founder’ Joann Soon talks about her experience in the Valley.
Owe$ome and AngelHack: Devil’s in the details
Team Owe$ome, which won the leg of AngelHack in early June with its debt collection app, went to Silicon Valley to compete in the international edition, placing third among the 35 global startups it went up against. In this, the first of a two-part article, Owe$ome ‘creative head and idea founder’ Joann Soon talks about her experience in both hackathons.
‘Owe$ome’ Malaysian team at AngelHack looking for sponsorship
Owe$ome, the team of Malaysian developers which won the local leg of AngelHack, touted to be the world’s biggest hackathon, is seeking sponsorship and support from individuals and organisations as they prep to compete against the world’s best in Silicon Valley.
AngelHack, world’s biggest hackathon, comes to Malaysia
1337 Ventures, VLT and Startup Mamak are bringing AngelHack, touted to be the world's biggest hackathon competition, to Malaysia.