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A criminal gang which allegedly ran a ransomware network has been discovered and broken up by police in Spain.
While TV makers are touting next-generation display technology and social network-based features for their latest TV sets, most consumers in Asia still value price most in their buying decisions.
Fear among Chinese of biting into a toxic-laden morsel has created a market for food safety products in the country. Now, scientists are on the verge of introducing an at-home food safety test.
Japan's largest telco is holding talks on takeovers in financial services, retail and digital content industries to reduce its dependence on revenue from mobile phone calls.
Thanks to ambitions of humans going to Mars one day, technology that turns wastewater into drinking water is improving.
The first fortnight of the NextGen CIO program is complete. Are the participants enjoying the content? And how are they handling the additional workload? We find out in this week's update.
It's Valentine's Day. It's LEGO World. And I'm in love with the new Mindstorms EV3.
Many corporations are too slow to innovate with the agility that a startup has, instead waiting for a "sure thing" and buying it out. But the Commonwealth Bank has tried something different: Rather than waiting for a successful startup to appear, it created its own.
Downer EDI has won a AU$94 million, two-year contract with NBN Co to provide extra construction work for the NBN fibre roll-out in northern New South Wales.
Spanish researchers say they have developed a navigation system which could improve the accuracy of GPS by 90 percent.
Science-free vanity metrics from Kred, LinkedIn, and all the rest are gamifying you and your business -- and you're the loser.
An annual ranking of inventive corporations puts Nike at the top of a wonderfully wild list that ranges from established brands to emerging market firms to hip, barely known startups.
The government denies initiating the cyberattack after Myanmar-based journalists received warnings from Google that "state-sponsored attackers were trying to breach their e-mail accounts.
Lawyers said the government overreacted with its stock options laws in 2009, which have created a unique local market for creative tax structures.
[UPDATE] Telco saw third quarter net income drop to S$827 million (US$669 million) due to exceptional charges from Australian unit restructuring, weaker foreign currencies, and a drag from Philippine and Indian associates.