Chinese authorities have announced plans to expand their trials of the newly revealed 'real name' regulation, which attempts to enforce online accountability, raising concerns over censorship.
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Despite reports that Google is looking to renew its 'push' in China once more, sources suggest that their hopes to bring Android Market to the country might be far-fetched.
The High Court in India is warning it will ban websites Facebook, Google, Yahoo etc 'like China' if they do not comply with requests to remove offensive content.
Sales of the iPhone 4S have been suspended in Beijing and Shanghai, after huge crowds queuing outside Apple's main store in Beijing became unruly.
Around 300 workers at a Foxconn plant climbed on to the roof and threatened to commit suicide over pay-cuts, conditions, and lack of compensation. Is enough being done for the workers?
Apple is being sued by a group of Chinese writers over hosting allegedly pirated versions of their work. The group is seeking around $1.22 million in compensation.
Olympus' chief executive and 18 other executives are being sued for over $48 billion in compensation over the Olympus accounting scandal.
Former Olympus chief executive and whistleblower Michael Woodford has announced his intentions to drop out of his three month fight with Olympus, but plans to sue them for wrongful dismissal.
Reports are surfacing that some Japanese retailers are already cutting the price of PlayStation Vita's following the 72 percent drop in sales during it's second week.
Japan's Ministry of Defense has commissioned Fujitsu to create a 'search and destroy' virus to counter cyber-attacks, but current legislation prevents its use.
Thousands of customers have been flood Apple stores in Japan to buy 'Lucky Bags', sealed bags containing a selection of goodies, in hopes of getting a bargain.
China has launched its first 3D television channel, riding on the success of 3D-capable games consoles.
A new technology has been unveiled by Japan's Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology -- a chair that can identify you by the shape and size of your posterior.
Sales for the PlayStation Vita have dropped 72 percent in its second week, with only 72,000 units being sold.
Asahi Soft Drinks have revealed plans to set up thousands of new vending machines that will work as free Wi-Fi hot spots.
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