Apple CEO Tim Cook has confirmed it will assemble a line of Macs in Texas, but whether that's the MacBook Pro or Mac Mini remains unknown.
If takeover plans by SoftBank and Sprint are finalized, then SoftBank will give the U.S. government influence due to security concerns.
AMD debuts new silicon, including the world's first 28-nanometer, quad-core x86 SoC APU aimed at small touch-enabled notebooks, tablets and hybrids.
The Swiss incumbent is planning to increase the download speeds of its LTE network by 50 percent.
Digital Shoreditch has opened entries on a competition to provide one London-based tech startup with £1m in funding, with the aim of growing the winning company into a £100m business.
Google India is reducing the prices for Google Apps to attract smaller businesses in what appears to be a response to Microsoft's marketing blitzkrieg for its Office 365 product.
Government hopes to introduce telemedicine and turn these zones into testbeds for new health services, so as to attract more foreign investors into the country.
Head honcho of eBay's India outfit quits after two years at the helm, to pursue "entrepreneurial" ambitions and will be succeeded by a local Microsoft veteran.
The PC industry may be having a tough time, but Lenovo has managed to outshine rivals and record a 90 percent rise in quarterly profit.
Country sees a 92 percent increase in mobile data traffic last year, driven by both 2G and 3G services, reveals MBit Index study.
In response to U.S. Congressman allegations, European member state Ireland says it will not bow down and become America's "whipping boy."
The Tasmanian government will spend AU$28 million over the next four years on a number of projects aimed at overhauling government IT systems in the Apple Isle.
Employees at NAB were saving up their annual leave days and costing the bank a mint. NAB's people and culture head of consulting, Stuart Moseley, decided to put a stop to that with the help of human resources analytics.
Australia's isolation from geo-political conflicts means it has few, if any, enemies that might try to harm it via online attacks, but it could get caught up in the collateral damage between other nation's battles.
Local regulator will call for tenders worth S$1.2 billion this financial year, with emphasis on cloud computing and deriving insights from government data to improve organizational processes.
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