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The Good, The Bad, and the Weird: Korean Startups, Samsung, and the Galaxy Note 7

(The original article can be located here.) There was an explosion. And the remnants were swept under the rug. Then another explosion. And the remnants were swept under the run again. Then the rug caught fire and now the house… Continue Reading →

Simplistic File Management

Importance of File Management File management applications are extremely popular amongst Android users accruing nearly a billion downloads in the Google Play Store. What these applications do is allow you to see exactly what is on your device and have… Continue Reading →

What Is Wi-Fi Direct?

Wi-Fi Direct, A Primer Wi-Fi Direct allows two devices to establish a direct wireless connection without using Wi-Fi or cellular data. The transfer speeds will rival that of a strong Wi-Fi connection while being much faster than Cloud-based applications as the files are… Continue Reading →

Introducing Send Anywhere 4.0

If you are reading this and have an Android device, then you should go here and download the newest version of Send Anywhere, Send Anywhere 4.0. Here is a list of what’s new with the product. Wi-Fi Direct Now, Send Anywhere… Continue Reading →

What is Korean Hyper-Consumerism?

The original article can be found here. What is Korean Hyper-Consumerism? The wonder drug for Korean startup growth, domestic hyper-consumerism, is pivotal in the development of the startup market and for this reason deserves a more in-depth analysis than the… Continue Reading →

Send Anywhere in InvoiceBerry Blog

Send Anywhere got a recent mention in the InvoiceBerry Blog which you can locate here.  Go ahead and read 🙂

4 Things Learned at Tech in Asia: Tokyo

Things have been pretty quiet on the blog front as of late as Send Anywhere traveled to Tokyo for Tech in Asia: Tokyo and followed that with a weeklong celebration of Chuseok (mid-Autumn festival). To ease back into the blogging… Continue Reading →

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The Hits Keep Coming

Below is the conclusion in the blog series tackling issues facing the Korean startup industry. You can read the original article here. More Pitfalls for Korea’s Startup Future and How To Fix Them In my last post, the groundwork was… Continue Reading →

Tech in Asia: Toyko, Here We Come!

That’s Right, Send Anywhere is Coming to Tokyo! Send Anywhere will be in Tokyo September 6-7 for Tech in Asia: Tokyo and we want to meet you! If you are coming, let us know by commenting below or emailing us… Continue Reading →

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