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Beatrobo offers a social music service where friends can listen to each other’s music.
Music listening is shared asynchronously by music playlists represented by robot animations walking in and out of friends’ rooms.
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With an 85% market share, Ookbee is Thailand’s largest e Book store on an i OS and Android platform.
Around 23 months down the track from launching its service, Ookbee now has 2.5 million mobile users and is growing by around 4000 people each day.
Price Area’s goal is to be the shopping search engine with the greatest pulling-power in SE Asia by 2015.
Currently it is expanding business with a focus on Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam and so on.
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