Although no solid data exists, police and aid groups that work on trafficking issues say it seems to be a particularly big problem in Indonesia.
Will Apple’s latest iPad offerings overshadow the Microsoft Surface, or has Apple lost its innovative touch?
How does a wealthy midget with two potentially dangerous neighbors keep them from making an unwelcomed visit? You have someone bigger & tougher to protect you.
Feature phones are extremely popular in Indonesia, where smartphones are lagging behind. It’s either a difficult digital divide or a big opportunity.
Forcing competition to go back to the drawing board is not necessarily bad, but if the motivation is to simply avoid lawsuit, it could lead to ugly hacks.
In the light of the flooding situation in Metro Manila, have Filipino netizens been able to use the Internet and social media effectively in mitigating risks?
Huawei, which has grown to become a dominant telecom equipment provider, is constantly under threat because of what some might call China-bashing.
China’s leading microblog Sina Weibo: will it drive political change and democratic reforms, or is it a brilliant new surveillance tool for the government?
The theme of the Apple vs. Samsung patent wars seems to be escalation, with both parties pulling out the big guns in an effort to win the courts (and dollars).
China’s manufacturing dominance may soon wane, with the advent of smart robots, 3D printing and nanotechnology. Should China be worried?