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2018/04/02 | David Green
Taiwan Shapes Self-regulating Future for Crypto and Blockchain at BlockCity
The door remains open for Taiwan to be a global player in cryptocurrency and blockchain but wider public support may be needed if policymakers are to be convinced.
2018/03/31 |
Electric Scooter Maker Gogoro Turns to AI, Smart Grids
Gogoro's new offerings are about new ways of charging, not about the electric scooters themselves.
2018/03/30 | Morley J Weston
China’s VPN Ban Takes Effect but Cat-and-Mouse Game Continues
This is not the first volley fired against virtual private networks, but stricter enforcement means that data leaving China is about to become less secure.
2018/03/23 | AsiaGlobal Online
OPINION: China's Suspicion of Blockchain Hampers Innovation
China has a love-hate relationship with blockchain that rests on fear over the technology's decentralized essence.
2018/03/22 | David Green
INTERVIEW: Jeff Huang Wants Mithril to Be 'WeChat for the Crypto Generation'
Mithril's big hairy audacious goal is to become 'the WeChat of everything' or be bought out by Mark Zuckerberg.
2018/02/28 | Penny Lau
Tencent Takes on Staff-less Retail as Competition with Alibaba Hots up
Competition to lead in 'new retail' in China threatens to shape the shopping experience of the future.
2018/02/26 | Alejandro Salas
OPINION: Beating Corruption Requires Long-Term Political Will
Arresting a few individuals or approving new laws will not be enough to eradicate the deep-seated problem of corruption.
2018/02/22 | Pamela Mar
OPINION: Asia's Factory Workers Will Struggle to Adapt to an AI-Driven World
Artificial intelligence and advanced automation are going to come down hard on the working class, but governments can take a few steps to soften the blow.
Singapore Turns to Biomimicry, Big Data to Save Water
Singapore's water treaty with Malaysia will end in 2060, but the country is already starting a push for greater water independence.
2018/02/18 | Andy Yee
OPINION: The US and China Can Avoid a Technological Standoff
The technological duopoly has already arrived, but does it have to be a fight to the death?