Look at This Massive Click Fraud Farm that Was Just Busted In Thailand
Over 500 cellphones and 350,000 SIM cards were seized.
China Is on Track to Fully Phase Out Cash
Experts believe it won’t be long before China, the first country to introduce paper money, becomes the first to go totally cashless.
Facebook Is a Black Market For Vietnam’s Wildlife Traffickers
A year-long investigation revealed that Facebook has unwillingly become a safe haven for wildlife smugglers.
Hong Kong's Sex Workers Are Ditching Their Pimps for iPhones
Online forums and chat apps are putting the power back in the hands of "compensated daters."
We Asked Microsoft’s Chat Bot What It Thinks About Satya Nadella's A.I. Rules
This went about as well as we could have hoped.
Why Would Tencent Want to Buy UFC?
UFC could be a lucrative source of content for Tencent’s home market of China.
Smartphone Classes Are Reconnecting Beijing Seniors With Society
“Without learning how to use these things we will be abandoned by the times.”
Facebook Messenger Is the New Facebook
Facebook used its f8 developer conference to lay out its vision for Messenger.
WeChat Blocks Uber (Again) In Ongoing China Rideshare War
The parent company of WeChat and Uber competitor Didi Kuaidi has “permanently” blocked Uber accounts.
Apple Names Top 25 Malware-Infected Apps, Including 'Angry Birds 2' and WeChat
Apple is still dealing with the fallout of the first major malware incident on the App Store.
Here’s How Apple Plans to Prevent Another App Store Malware Invasion
Pay attention, developers.
All Eyes Are on WeChat, Including the Chinese Government's
The Chinese social media app is 300 million strong and growing. It's also really fun. But how safe is your data?