The iPhone 4S has cleared it's final hurdle for release in China, and reports suggest that the device is set to launch around the Chinese New Year.
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The accounts of millions of Chinese web users have been compromised in a series of hacking attacks on several gaming websites, with account information leaking online.
The Olympus offices were raided by Japanese authorities on Wednesday as part of the ongoing investigation into the recent accounting scandal.
Sony has already sold over 300,000 PlayStation Vita units within only days of release. But users are reporting glitches with the console, with Sony issuing an official apology.
Samsung and LG, two of the biggest South Korean technology companies, have seen drops in shares following the announcement of Kim Jong-il's death.
Sony has released a digital user manual for the PlayStation Vita, just a day before the Japanese launch. The manual reveals details on tech spec, user accounts, trophies and more.
The Japanese government says that troubled nuclear plant Fukushima is under control. But an undercover journalist suggests that no progress is being made towards recovery.
'Angry Birds' creators Rovio are considering a Hong Kong IPO in 2013 -- has plans to make the company a media giant the size of Walt Disney Co.
Over the weekend Sony has been showing off the PSVita in Tokyo -- allowing customers to try out the console before the launch this weekend.
Security analysts and experts suggest only a small number of groups in China are responsible for high-profile cyberattacks on U.S. targets.
China Unicom has been issued it's network access permit, and hopes to begin selling the iPhone 4S in the region as early as Christmas.
The Indonesian government is threatening to shut down BlackBerry services citing 'security reasons', shortly after RIM chose to build their latest datacenter in Singapore.
Olympus' board will be stepping down as early as next February. The company faces the possibility of being delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Shares plummet after an independent panel uncovers the extent of Olympus' financial fraud scandal: $1.7 billion in losses were hidden by the company since the 1990's.
A Chinese court has ruled against Apple in an ongoing legal battle over the 'iPad' trademark, which could lead to Apple marketing the highly coveted product under a new name.
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