Post-festival depression causes a dip in smartphone shipments. High spec phones at value-for-money price points may perk things up again this year.
Smart of the PLDT group welcomes the year 2015 with this surprise for its subscribers.
Commonly known as an electronics company, Fujitsu's Akisai project could have a big impact on agriculture in Japan as well as overseas.
Protecting customer data and transferring it around Asia is not as complicated as it appears.
Black Desert's final closed beta attracted a massive number of signups during the limited window it was available. This game is going to be big.
If you develop mobile games for the Chinese market, here are some insights into why gamers choose the games they do, how long they keep them for, and why.
At least in terms of the online scams that get reported officially, it turns out that video games are one of the biggest sources of online scams in China.
Just how big is mobile gaming in Japan? Big enough that when it comes to earning money, mobile games are eclipsing every other kind of app.
Hearthstone is popular in China, and according to Netease's CEO, it has a bigger player base there than in any other country.
UPDATE: Netease reports $377 million in game revenue for Q2, aims to have more Blizzard games out by year's end
Netease has posted strong Q2 numbers and vowed to try to get Diablo 3 and Heroes of the Storm released in China before the year is over.
A new report breaks down China's internet cafe gaming habits for the months of June and July.
Corporate data is exploding. That’s good news for data protection startup Druva, which just raised US$25M
Business data is growing and getting harder to manage. This is an opportunity for Druva, which raised $25M from Sequoia Capital, Nexus Venture Partners, and Tenaya Capital.
Freelancer.com data suggests that freelancers should look to the booming 3D printing and internet of things industries for more lucrative work.
A total server census has just been released for China's Guild Wars 2, and it has revealed a bunch of interesting information.
CNNIC has released a report with the latest online and mobile gamer user numbers for China, and there are truly, truly massive.
Does clicking on the 'Accept' button of Facebook's data use policy, which it tweaks from time to time, constitute 'informed consent'?