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Google today released a dedicated Google Maps for iPhone and iPod Touch, three months after Apple opted to go native and remove Google's software from its platform.
Olympus is building a training center for medical professionals in China and hopes this will help boost sales of endoscope devices in Asia to the tune of US$1.5 billion by 2016.
It never ceases to amaze me what companies will try to get away with to attract business -- especially with something as simple as references. If you haven't noticed the practice of false references, here's what it looks like.
India's urban teenagers are growing up as digital natives and are active on social networks as early as 13 years old, but a McAfee survey suggests they are not getting the right parental assistance.
The company accuses LG Display of copying its plane-to-line switching tech in seven of the latter's patents and is seeking US$1.87 million in damages and sales injunctions against its rivals' products.
Telstra has invested AU$4 million in Melbourne-based cloud company Whispir.
Chinese telecoms vendor will use the funds to work with local partners to improve its own products and technologies, and "demonstrate its long-term commitment" to the U.S. market.
IBM has found itself in the sights of the Queensland government again after the state premier officially gave the green light today for a Commission of Inquiry into what happened with the Queensland Health payroll debacle.
When exploits can be sold for money, it was only a matter of time before hackers started attacking each other to undermine their competitors' businesses.
Japanese electronics giant focusing on making country a manufacturing hub by investing in more production facilities.
Australian telecommunications customers are complaining about their telco less according to the latest statistics, but disputes about global roaming bills over AU$5,000 are on the rise.
The online retailer is offering up plans with up to 6GB of data allowance on a service that will be running on Telstra's 3G network.
Industry professionals and politicians of both persuasions have united to celebrate the positive aspects of the National Broadband Network.
William McCracken to retire early next year and pass to baton to Michael Gregoire.
The Australian government appears to be leaning on the side of better educating consumers about issues with in-app purchases.