Trojan horses, phishing plugins, and theft of user information are some of the risks you’ll face if you land on a website run by the Chine...
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While they agreed with much of each others’ advice during a fireside chat on stage at Startup Asia Tokyo 2014, their preferred sectors rar...
China’s next attempt at a mobile homegrown desktop operating system is slated for an October debut. Here's why it might actually work.
Hundreds of millions of people in China still have no 4G thanks to blatant protectionism. This is why the rest of the world should care.
The measures include tools to monitor and prevent spam messages, which the ministry says are prevalent on the iOS default messaging app.
Wealth and talent are not lacking in the region. A mindset shift is needed, and governments can help.
The report says authorities found 20 articles and four videos posted by third parties that were found to promote pornography.
Thailand’s embattled government, swamped by months of intense protests, recently came in for even more attacks due to it rice pledging sch...
According to Wikileaks, the company purchased 19 licenses for the malware products in 2012.
Individuals have free speech, groups are gagged: Harvard study shines light on China’s internet censorship
You can say pretty much whatever you want on Chinese social media without fear of being censored, as long as you don’t say it in unison wi...
Good news for Indonesia. Citizens can access public information much easier from the internet, and be more proactive in utilizing it.
Chinese authorities delivered a stiff one-two punch this week to their favorite foreign punching bag, Apple.
"Bitcoin is not easy," he says, but maintains the challenges that Bitcoin faces in China right now are only temporary.
After cybersecurity spat with US, China issues new ‘security review’ system that could block foreign IT companies
All foreign IT products and services sold in China are required to pass a new safety review. Failure to pass results in banishment from Chin...
The prospect of rebuilding what was once the world's largest bitcoin market looks much more difficult, but not impossible.
No Weibo. No games. No texting. China National Congress imposes grade school smartphone rules on Party members
It’s quite common for officials to be caught on camera hunched over their smartphones as the ceremony goes on around them.
Inspired by the popularity and usefulness of Wikipedia, the Indian government has launched a unique and comprehensive information website, ...