Samsung has announced plans to build a Chip Plant in to meet the growing demands of China's booming technology market, awaiting approval from the South Korean government.
Following a stampede during a promo event in November, RIM's Indonesian chief is suspected of negligence, and could face up to nine months in jail.
Alibaba Group has confirmed that their mysterious new project, Laiwang, will be a social networking website that is now open for beta testing.
In an effort to promote internet usage and create a 'wireless city', Beijing is adding new Wi-Fi hotspots to public areas like shopping malls and stations.
Shares in Yahoo have risen after news that the company might receive a takeover bid from Asian partners Alibaba and Softbank.
Continuing my quest to start up in Japan, I tackle the next big issue: finding a flat, and finally having in my hand the holy of all holy, a cup of English tea.
Apple may be releasing an LTE-enabled iPhone 5 and iPad 3 in Japan next year on it's largest carrier, NTT Docomo, according to rumours.
Toshiba announced plans to close three domestic semiconductor plants by September 2012 in reaction to a stronger Yen and global recession.
New concepts from the Tokyo Metropolitan University look to integrate temperature into existing technologies with Peltier elements.
Customers and businesses are being warned to wrap up and save energy this winter as Japan faces potential energy shortages with only nine reactors left online.