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IT outsourcing vendor is the only India-headquartered firm to be listed by the Chinese ministry of commerce as 100 key liaison service companies.
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The Full Bench of the Federal Court has today overturned most of a ruling that found that TPG broadband ads were misleading.
Academic staff and newly enrolled students at the University of Western Sydney will be getting fourth-generation iPads as part of a new education strategy.
The ACCC has delayed making a decision on whether to accept the Telstra takeover of Adam Internet until early 2013, but says that the deal would lessen competition in the sector.
The experimental technology generates electricity from a 'vortex' fueled by the excess heat at power plants.
The Apple-Samsung saga takes another turn thanks to a new decision at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Once again Nokia and Microsoft are showing they mean business and just a month after release we see updates coming to the latest Windows Phone 8 devices, even through carriers.
Netflix is being sued by an interactive TV solutions provider over at least seven U.S. patents regarding digital rights management and how viewer data is used.
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