Ralph Santos thinks that Apple Pay will open up doors for all fin-tech companies in the Philippines.
Apple gets regulatory nod for iPhone 6 in China, but still needs one more license before sales can start
After an expected September 19 release was delayed, Apple still hasn’t announced an official sales date for the country.
Coupled with the recent security breach at M1, corporations and governmental organizations aren't being very reassuring when it comes to guarding our digital lives.
According to the report, sensitive information such as phone numbers, NRIC and home addresses were revealed.
The new iPhone 6 models didn't get a simultaneous release in China this year, which has already created a lucrative grey market for Apple's hit smartphones.
Two of China's internet giants are already investing money to merge their e-commerce businesses with the country's retail vendors.
As usual, Apple's moves have a huge impact on startups. Fortunately, there are still plenty of opportunities in Asia.
Apple fans in India will have to wait for a month more than their US counterparts for the snazzy iPhone 6 and its superior cousin iPhone 6 Plus.
Here are the official, unlocked prices for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, and Singapore.
Everyone's waiting for the Apple Watch. But Apple Pay was pretty interesting too.
Even if the technology holds up, the price is too high for Asian consumers.
Apple has lost out on the smartphone boom in India. The iPhone 6 will try to correct that with larger screens.
Apple's entry into this space heats up wearables by several degrees, and we could see another rush of investments.
Shrewd marketers should localize the concept of an ice bucket challenge to Asia, but you first need to know what makes the campaign great.
The RBI issued a circular cracking down on card-less payments, rumours are flying about Uber shutting in India. Here's what you need to know about the legal conundrum
Ouya struggled in the West but is now looking to China, with new partner Xiaomi. Might the cheaper console emulate the success of the affordable smartphone?
Watch out, Samsung: Xiaomi, Micromax, and more budget smartphones will eat 25% of your market share next year
Value-for-money smartphones from Xiaomi and others will eat 25 percent of Samsung’s global smartphone market share within a year, a Fitch Ratings report says.