Another week, another police raid on a local Uber office. Things are heating up in China.
Uber Guangzhou got raided last week, but the company still seems to be operating normally, aside from an apparent drop in the number of available drivers.
Are taxi apps like Uber legal in China? Right now, authorities say no. But drivers are starting to bring their fight into China's court system.
Regulators in Hangzhou are looking to clamp down hard on C2C ecommerce sellers who are manipulating online shopping platforms to boost their sales and take down rival shops.
Uber's rough ride in Taiwan gets rougher as the transport ministry reiterates that it needs to register as a regular transit company and pay taxes accordingly.
Chinese authorities will be able to punish shop vendors who pay for fake product reviews on their sites starting next week. But collecting enough evidence to prove their crime won't be easy.
The head of Beijing's transportation committee has said that Uber's private-car business model is illegal. But that doesn't necessarily mean Uber and similar services are down for the count...
Beijing authorities announced Friday that they cannot agree on regulations concerning Uber and other private taxi-like apps, and that there is currently no timetable for a decision.
A Beijing court has ordered Qihoo 360 to pay $8.2 million in damages to Sogou after the court found that Qihoo had engaged in unfair competition by blocking users from downloading Sogous's browser.
In an announcement publicized on Tuesday, China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) announced that the country is loosening regulations in its Shanghai Free Trade Zone, and will n...
China's investigation into Qualcomm is over. Now comes the next phase: punishment. And it's expected to be very harsh.
A proposed new law in China would mandate that pop-ups and other similar ads must have an obvious "close" button and be closable with a single click.
iQiyi is upset with a LeTV product that seems to be profiting from iQiyi's video library without paying for it, and it's taking the matter to court.
You wouldn't think that a website dedicated to streaming cartoons would be a likely place for sedition and law-breaking. But apparently in China, it can be.
A new report from China Labor Watch seems to confirm that Samsung supplier HEG did employ several underage laborers this year, as well as numerous student workers.
It’s no secret that Xiaomi is working on an electric car. Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun reportedly said as much himself at a conference in April of this year. And while he’s since said the company doesn’t have p...
If you’re an internet cafe owner in China, you’ve probably had a rough couple of years. As more and more of China’s adults get connected via their smartphones and personal PCs, interest in internet ca...
Xiaomi has gotten a license to enter the virtual telecom game. Could it be the company to bring a spark of life back into that dying experiment?