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Two separate organizations are capturing biometric data of over 1 billion Indians, creating fresh doubts in the government's justification to catalogue citizens.
Vietnam's FPT Software and Japan's Agrex have set up a joint venture in business process outsourcing which will first target the Japanese market before expanding worldwide.
Hacker group defaces the Web site of the Office of the President of the Philippines over the president's alleged mishandling of the territorial dispute over Malaysian state Sabah.
As of July 1, 2013, Google will retire its RSS subscription service Google Reader, the company announced today.
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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard has called out the IT industry for overusing employer-sponsored visas to recruit foreign workers.
Like the Pillar of Fire in the Old Testament, Amazon drops its own Finger of God on Google and its Android tablet OEMs during Passover season in the form of a reduced-price Kindle Fire HD.
Merger combines long-standing curated Big Data resources with recent-vintage cloud-based Big Data analytics platform to help life sciences companies market in a new era.
The father of Android has penned a farewell letter to the unit's partners, but he's certainly not saying goodbye to Google.
Forrester's James Staten offers insight into VMware's newly announced public cloud offering and what it means for the channel, infrastructure and operations pros, and the corporate data center.
The nation's most prestigious science competition for high school students awarded $1.25 million in 2013.
Twitter Ads is getting an upgrade with more data that should offer better campaign reporting to digital marketers.
According to a survey by VMware, most Australian companies are turning a blind eye to BYOD. With no corporate IT support for personal devices, many employees have turned to Google's search engine to fix their devices.
Electric vehicle (EV) maker Tesla, a U.S. DOE loan recipient, has some news about when it will pay taxpayers back.
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