WeChat's content, including articles and videos on its popular public accounts page, has opened to external search engines
Apple may face a probe into its compliance with a new law that seeks to stop it forcing app developers to use its payment systems. The law seeks to rein in its market dominance
Internet giant says it provides huge benefits for South Koreans through its Play Store, its search engine service, and productivity apps such as Google Docs
Fair Trade body said Google hampered competition by making device producers abide by a contract on app store licences, so they could not equip their handsets with modified versions of Android
The budget JioPhone Next had been due to hit the shops this week but the worldwide semiconductor shortage has pushed back its release to November
Tech giant reportedly takes down email servers that might lead to identification of personnel in US-led government
South Korea passed a law that allows mobile phone users to pay software developers directly for their apps, undercutting a...
A South Korean parliamentary panel votes to recommend amending a law to stop Google and Apple from charging high commissions on app store purchases
Korean lawmakers are expected to ban app store operators with dominant market positions from forcing certain payment systems. The move is expected to hit both Google and Apple.