Siri has confirmed rumours that it will soon be supporting Japanese, other rumoured languages not yet confirmed.
Proview, the Chinese company battling with Apple over trademark infringement, has been informed by customs that a ban on iPad imports and exports is unlikely.
Apple's trademark dispute is poised to escalate, as Proview seeks a ban on imports and exports of iPad's from Chinese customs.
Saudi journalist Hamza Kashgari has been deported from Malaysia. He faces potential execution in Saudia Arabia on charges of apostasy after writing a set of controversial tweets.
According to reports, iPads are being confiscated from stores in China by local authorities, leading to some retailers hiding their stock.
Japan's birth rates are dropping, and surveys suggest that many young Japanese men just aren't interested in sex. But why?
English football Club Manchester City has signed a deal with Japanese developer MJL to create a local mobile website in a bid to increase its fanbase internationally.
Rumours are surfacing that Apple's Siri may have support for Chinese, Japanese and Russian as early as next month, and is already in testing.
Apple is facing another lawsuit from Proview Technology's Shenzen branch, who are suing under patent infringement for around $38 million.
Twitter snags a former Google Asia executive, who will start later this year, suggesting a potential push into Asia for the company.