Forbes reports that 35 out of the world's 100 richest tech billionaires – an annual list they've compiled since 2015 – live in the Asia-Pacific region. Predictably, .
With over a billion users sending 55 billion messages – which include 1 billion videos and 4.5 billion pictures – WhatsApp is now the most popular messaging app on .
As cyberattacks increase around the world, Japan's Ministry of Defense plans to expand its Cyber Defense Unit (CDU) by increasing its numbers from an estimated 110 to .
ECommerce has been called "the great equalizer" and with good reason: nearly 3 billion people have access to the internet, with another 3 to 4 billion expected to be .
As Internet penetration increases around the world, so do the risks involved with global connectivity. The inherent fragility of online ecosystems was made abundantly .
2016 was a massive year for video games: Superdata Research reports that the market was $91 billion worldwide, with $41 billion spent on mobile gaming alone. .
With thousands fighting for influence in the hyper-competitive online retail universe, mobile commerce is seeing a huge surge in worldwide growth. Statista forecasts .
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos took to Twitter yesterday to express confidence in the company's growing relationship with India after a meeting with Indian Prime Minister .
Alibaba founder and billionaire Jack Ma spoke with CNBC at the Gateway '17 Conference in Detroit and he had some interesting – and alarming – predictions for the next .
Over the last decade, the most popular mobile apps in China have been for messaging, web browsing, and video: a testament to practicality and connectedness. WeChat – .