Global finance chiefs may have denounced it, but that has not stopped Japan joining other central banks in driving its exchange rate lower. With Australia and South Korea forced to respond, will the Asia-Pacific region be the main battleground...Show More Summary
Malaysia has voiced concern over the latest short-range missile launches by North Korea from May 18 to 19, resulting in heightened tensions in the Korea Peninsula.Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman said Malaysia joined the international...Show More Summary
State media in China warn North Korea to stop detaining fishing boats amid public anger over the "kidnapping" of fishermen by unidentified captors.State media report a Chinese fishing boat and its 16-man crew who were reportedly held...Show More Summary
The mobile version of Godus, the upcoming god game from Peter Molyneux's 22cans studio, will be published and distributed by Japanese mobile games giant DeNA....
Sixteen men and boat seized two weeks ago by armed group released, easing tensions between the two traditional allies.
In 2000, the United States launched the National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) to advance nanotechnology research, development, and infrastructure. Other countries around the world, from South Korea to Germany, have launched similar initiatives. Show More Summary
Godus, the Kickstarted god game from Peter Molyneux's 22Cans, will be published on mobile devices by DeNA in western territories, Japan and Korea. Godus raised £526,563 ($852,000) with Kickstarter in December, exceeding its goal of $£450,000 ($730,000). Show More Summary
North Korea released a Chinese fishing boat on Tuesday after it was taken from waters between the two countries, the boat's owner said, in an incident that had proved a new irritant in ties between the often uneasy allies.Chinese counselor...Show More Summary
Samsung Wallet, an Android alternative to Apple’s Passbook, was quietly unveiled at Mobile World Congress in February and Samsung has, once again, without a media fanfare, launched the service for... Keep reading ?
North Korea on Monday fired more projectiles into the sea off its east coast, South Korean officials said, urging Pyongyang to refrain from "tension-creating acts."But Pyongyang described the launches as a "regular military exercise."The...Show More Summary
Samsung showed off its Wallet app to developers earlier this year, and now Korean customers can download it onto compatible Android devices from the company's own app market. Currently it only appears to collect credit card info, which customers can then use to pay for goods and services at online merchants, verified by a one-time password or PIN. Show More Summary
(BEIJING) — The owner of a Chinese fishing boat seized for ransom by unidentified North Koreans says the boat and its 16 crew members have been released. Yu Xuejun wrote on a verified microblog Tuesday that his captain called him at 3:50 a.m. Show More Summary
Sang-Moon Bae of South Korea won the Byron Nelson Championship in Irving, Tex., for his first PGA Tour title, beating Keegan Bradley by two strokes.
A government test showed rice sold in Guangzhou is contaminated with cadmium; China responded cautiously to concern over the safety of Chinese fishermen seized by North Koreans ; Hershey is rolling out a Chinese brand designed for the world's fastest-growing candy market.
Australian Matthew Griffin won the SK Telecom Open at South Korea's Jeju Island by one shot after Sunday's final round was called off due to heavy fog.
South Korea has deployed Israeli-made Spike missiles to protect border islands in the West Sea. According to Arirang News, these satellite-guided missiles can be used to "destroy underground facilities" and "to pursue and strike moving...Show More Summary
It is not too late for the Obama administration's Atrocities Prevention Board to take the lead in thwarting mass atrocities. Everyday it fails to act is an invitation to Khartoum, Pyongyang, Damascus and their ilk to step up their assaults on human lives and dignity.
The media and the public are aghast at the way the Obama administration has treated Fox News reporter James Rosen like a criminal, merely for reporting on North Korea using State Department sources. The press gave White House spokesperson Jay Carney a hard time today. Show More Summary
The Department of Justice went to extreme lengths in 2010 to ferret out who leaked classified information about North Korea to a Fox News reporter, pulling the reporter's emails and phone records, and tracking his movements in and out of the State Department, according to the Washington Post. Show More Summary
James Rosen, a Fox reporter, has been named a co-conspirator in a Department of Justice (DOJ) investigation into the 2009 illegal leaks of classified information regarding North Korea. Although the investigation took place in 2010, an indepth report yesterday from The Washington Post — complete with a copy of the search warrant — has shed [...]Show More Summary