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Three weeks following its retail launch, Windows 8's usage share is trailing far behind where Windows 7 was a week after retail release. Is the faltering PC market to blame, or is interest in the new operating system weak?
Fans of the cheap computing platform now have a code exchange, complete with tutorials, as well as an official port of the popular Minecraft game. Meanwhile, a five-megapixel camera board is also on its way, and the results of a kids coding contest are out.
Big data pilots in 2012 will go production in 2013 and 2014. Then the real fun begins.
As the patent war between continues, Apple looks to cut Samsung from the lucrative Mac and iOS-based supply chain by turning to new suppliers for batteries.
In the leadup to ZDNet Asia's Big Debate on Nov. 28, we put the spotlight on panelist Jude Yew, assistant professor at the Department of Communications and New Media from the National University of Singapore.
Bad news, good hackers, and compliance are driving encryption adoption. This briefing covers encryption technologies, trends, and elements of planning and strategy.
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In the leadup to ZDNet Asia's Big Debate on Nov. 28, we put the spotlight on panelist Tan Eng Pheng, senior director of industry cluster group, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore.
In the leadup to ZDNet Asia's Big Debate on Nov. 28, we put the spotlight on panelist James Woo, CIO of healthcare service provider, The Farrer Park Company.
The attack, which saw 285 sites defaced, appears to have involved the alteration of their DNS entries. A Pakistani hacker group has reportedly claimed that the servers of .pk registrar PKNIC provided the necessary vulnerabilities.
Considering Huawei and ZTE can't compete stateside thanks to a U.S. House investigation, Nokia Siemens Networks can and is looking to fill the Huawei-shaped hole in the market.
South Korean electronics giant reports no child labor abuses after an internal audit, but it will rectify certain shortcomings in its labor practices such as excessive overtime and fines for latecomers.
Last year's reports that HP's technology was being sold to the oppressive Syrian government weren't wholly true, but weren't exactly false either.
Shareholders of the ailing Japanese chipmaker approve a $2.4 billion buyout from the Japanese government fund, with additional capital from eight clients and other major shareholders.
Web giant will bring its Street View service first to capital Jakarta, and will work with local tourism board to use its service to highlight key sightseeing destinations.
Eventually, sure. But how much training and testing does this touch-enabled operating system deserve?
Call it a wish list, a want list or a nice-to-have list but I won't call anything on it an "I have it." Techno gadgetry beckons to me like sweet nectar for hummingbirds but I'll not sample even one of them for myself.
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