Accused of pretty serious corruption, China Unicom has promised reforms. But this could be the tip of the iceberg for China's state-run telecoms.
Remember Yyets? Once China’s top subtitles site, it was taken down by authorities in November, ostensibly for copyright violations. Last month, the creators mysteriously announced the was coming back ...
Games developed and published in Singapore will be safe from the broad Remote Gambling Act passed last year.
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.
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...
Indian transport authorities are trying to work out a modified regulatory framework that takes into account the aggregator business model of taxi apps.
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.
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.
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...
Short of swearing at the Reserve Bank of India, Uber lets rip in a scathing blog post on two-factor authentication for payments.
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?
This move is a win-win-win for Uber, Paytm, and the Reserve Bank of India, which was in a regulatory tangle with the international taxi app.
Earlier this week, the US announced a historic trade agreement with China, pending the ironing out of details and WTO approval. But it could be pretty bad news for Chinese tech firms.
For years in India, consumers have been the victims of protectionist policies, which have thrust inefficient businesses forward as the only choice.
Hint: Popular video streaming sites such as YouTube will be affected.
This cracks down on copyright violations, slander and defamation, the violation of privacy rights, and more. But it's also a privacy risk.
Amazon, Flipkart, and other ecommerce players have enjoyed a merry ride in India, and investments have been pouring in. But now the honeymoon may be over.