Qualcomm’s battle with Chinese regulators over charges of monopoly practices has finally come to an end after more than a year of disputes.
Ericsson says Xiaomi continued to sell the phone models placed under injunction even after it was expressly prohibited from doing so.
The companies maintained that they have always complied with laws and said they will coordinate with the Philippine government regarding the matter accordingly.
Thailand’s transport ministry next month will implement new regulations prohibiting the unlicensed use of aerial drones.
The Polaroid Selfie touts a rotating camera, which "has a remarkably similar design to the patented rotating camera phone Oppo N1," says Oppo.
China’s Ministry of Transport says it's now cracking down on private cars charging for rides.
After months of litigation, an Indonesian woman is found not guilty of defamation on social media. The verdict challenges a local law that limits free speech.
Chinese phone maker Xiaomi has been slapped with an injunction from a high court in India, which bans the sale of Xiaomi phones in the country.
Netease, a local internet giant in China, confronted Momo CEO Tang Yan about his alleged misconduct while he worked for Netease, prior to starting the app.
New 30-second radio and TV spots paid for by some of the biggest retailers in America claim Alibaba threatens “Main Street” businesses.
Xiaomi says it never received such a letter. Additionally, Huawei’s head of intellectual property, Jason Ding, refuted the rumor on his Weibo account.
The bill has been passed. Your gashapon feature is safe as long as players cannot exchange in-game items for real-world cash or merchandise. For now...
Singapore is looking to pass a new anti-remote-gambling bill that is, in its current state, broad enough to affect gashapon features in free-to-play games.
Here's a look at the process behind incorporating a company, getting investments, protecting your IP, and securing your customer's privacy.
Authorities in China are seeking to impose a fine of nearly $42 million on this renegade app. That would make it China’s biggest piracy-related payout.
Besides a joint venture, other options include the Cayman Islands, Singapore, and other tax havens, but all have larger barriers to entry.