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In-branch banking is dying a very slow death, though it still has a role to play even as mobile banking becomes increasingly popular, according to Westpac's Retail and Business Banking Group Executive Jason Yetton.
Adobe's sandbox, which it introduced in Reader X, may have have finally been defeated, with a zero day reportedly on sale on underground markets for as much as US$50,000.
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Encryption might protect data while in transit and at rest, but most organisations don't realise that while data is being processed, it's still vulnerable, according to Verizon
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Phone subscribers in India drops to 937.7 million as of last month due to local telcos conducting a cleaning up of their records and deactivating inactive mobile phone users.
The Australian Christian Lobby is seeking to revive the dormant mandatory internet filter issue.
Joining forces with new payment providers, such as Apple and Google, is important for the survival of banks in the future. But some banks are worried about losing control to these tech companies.
Intel has predicted that offices will become "temporary anchor points" rather than the home base for teleworkers across the globe.
U.S. e-commerce giant has Chinese government's approval to sell Kindle devices in China, and is believed to have plans to bring the devices to the country as early as this month.
India's telecom department gives the deadline to local mobile operators to enable monitoring and government interception of BlackBerry services, or face the possibility of having these services shut.
Regulator will temporarily control prices for 3G services, focusing on voices service first, in response to public concerns over fairness of spectrum auction and on-going legal debate over its validity.
Jupiter Telecommunications (JCOM) will sell power to condominium residents starting from December, and will offer a discount of up to 10 percent if customers also sign up for its broadcasting services.
Indian telco sees Q2 profit drop 30 percent and is expected to struggle further amid an uncertain regulatory environment and margin pressure from intense competition.
The 100Gbps fibre links that the US and Europe enjoy are yet to reach the Asia-Pacific region, but inevitable change is in the air, according to Verizon's network planning chief.
Enterprise applications haven't innovated as much as their consumer counterparts. Employee expectations based on consumer tech experiences are going to change that.
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