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Software giant rolls outs the repositioning of its research facilities with Singapore, focusing on areas such as co-innovation and commercializing business opportunities.
Country has unveiled its own version of YouTube for government-approved content, in line with its wider plans to build a domestic Internet.
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An email scam that purports to be an official email from Qantas for seat selection fees is circulating around the internet, the airline has warned.
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The Bitcoin-Central exchange has partnered with French financial institutions to provider users with payment accounts and deposit guarantees.
Telecom New Zealand customers travelling overseas will now just pay a flat daily rate for data usage, aimed at curbing global-roaming bill shock.
The government funding body is trying to nut down a framework for distributing the money to the Australian video games industry.
The company, formerly known as Diskeeper, is aiming to derive 30 percent of its revenue from V-Locity 4.
Big Blue says its silicon nanophotonics technology could have big data implications now that it can be used in standard semiconductor manufacturing processes.
A professional Mac site reports a bug named Time Machine Exclusion that blocks various volumes and drives from being backed up without the user's knowledge.
The regional airport operator is using BlinkMobile technology to introduce electronic forms and improve the efficiency of capturing data.
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"Distressed motorists" lost in an Australian national park have blamed Apple's troubled Maps application for misdirecting them.
They demand the government to arrest Pakistan hacker Shadow008 for his alleged cybercrimes, which include defacing Bangladeshi sites.