Saheli Roy Choudhury is a reporter for CNBC.com. She reports on technology news in Asia Pacific, with a focus on artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, and cybersecurity. She also covers India and writes on market moves in the region.
Before moving into this role, she was a news assistant and wrote the daily Asia Pacific market report.
She holds a Masters degree in journalism from Columbia University.
The expansion will heat up the rivalry between two current market leaders Southeast Asia — Go-Jek and Singapore-based start-up Grab.
There are three things that payments companies must do to convince people to make the jump from using cash to digital payments, according to Sri Shivananda, senior vice president and chief technology officer at PayPal.
Zuckerberg will meet with European officials following reports that a firm was able to access user data from Facebook.
Sony has reached an agreement with a consortium of Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Investment to acquire all its interest in EMI Music Publishing, for $1.9 billion.
Prince Constantjin of the Netherlands said that ultimately companies that comply with the GDPR will be seen as more trustworthy.
J.P. Morgan said 5G is still in development — and it's too early for its impact to be factored into analysts' forecasts.
The Saudis would likely welcome the presence of U.S. firms, according to Stuart Jones, regional president for Europe and Middle East at Bechtel.
Firoz Tarapore, CEO of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise, said Iran needs between 400 to 500 new aircraft to modernize its fleet.
Rajnish Kumar, chairman of SBI, told CNBC loan loss provision had a large impact on the bank's profitability.
Xiaomi posted 114.62 billion yuan in revenue for 2017, up 67.5 percent from the year before.