Hong Kong: Blizzard reduces suspension for pro gamer, will pay him prize money
Blizzard has spoken publicly on this week's controversial decision to suspend a pro gamer and withhold his prize after a Hearthstone tournament.
Tim Cook defends removal of Hong Kong protest app
Apple chief executive Tim Cook defended the company's controversial decision to remove an app used by Hong Kong protesters from the App Store.
Apple removes Hong Kong protest app after China backlash
Apple has once against changed its mind on an application used by protesters in Hong Kong, following criticism from a Chinese publication linked to the communist party.
MEGA's Dotcom fighting to get back his seized millions
In 2012, a Hong Kong court authorized to seizure of over $40 million worth of assets from bigger-than-life Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom and he's still fighting to get it back.
The iPhone 4S sold out in 10 minutes in Hong Kong
According to Ticonderoga analyst Brian White, the Apple iPhone 4S sold out in Hong Kong in just 10 minutes. Pre-orders on the device went ......
Apple opens first store in Hong Kong
Apple has opened its first store in Hong Kong this week, in an effort to slow down the ever-growing gray market for Apple products in the nation. ......