The Trade Desk, Inc announces that it is entering the Indonesian market, its sixth office in the Asia-Pacific and Japan region.
Cloud, telco spectrum, digitisation and artificial intelligence amongst the topics closest to Edwin Yapp’s mind in 2016
Spotify commissions market-research company TNS to compare the reach of traditional radio to music streaming.
New York-based music streaming service company Yonder Music has announced an exclusive partnership with XL Axiata in Indonesia, nearly six months after announcing a similar pact with XL’s sister company Celcom Axiata in Malaysia.
It’s getting the edge customers to burnish its enterprise credentials, but Google will need to work harder to get more traditional organisations, Edwin Yapp reports from San Francisco.
Chicago-based stock imagery startup StockUnlimited is attempting to make visual content easy and affordable for people to use, legally.
Spotify has unveiled the Musical Map: Cities of the World, an interactive visual guide of how people listen to music in different cities around the world. Meanwhile the online music streaming service is coming under increasing pressure to agree to a premium-only gated content approach as the deadline to renew contracts with the big three music licensing groups draws near.
Perhaps only Apple is able to pull off such a broad-ranging end-to-end platform that attempts to offer something for everyone, but all that comes at a price: Complexity.
The music streaming world just got a whole lot more competitive, especially in Malaysia, with a new player joining the ranks of Spotify, Deezer and Raku, reports Edwin Yapp.
While technology continues to develop, the ability of people and organisations to fully adopt new technologies have not kept pace – but this gap is an opportunity, writes KT Ong of Dell Malaysia.