[UPDATE] ICT regulator slaps S$10,000 fine on all three mobile operators in the country for failing to meet stricter quality of service standards, which it amended in January, to provide greater coverage around the island.
Many jobs thought to be immune from automation are increasingly being conducted by machines.
Countries such as Spain now have improved Google Maps, as they have been folded into a Google scheme where the company tries to improve upon mapping data that it pulls in from external sources.
Besides its offshore software development site in Myanmar, Japan's NTT Data also sees opportunities to offer ICT services to build up the country's infrastructure in the near future.
Datacentres are the IT palaces that provide the backbone of our working lives. Take a tour of datacentres around the world, from the UK to Iceland to Texas, in this round-up of cutting-edge facilities.
Some 6.2 million smart meters have been installed in Texas. Now, the state's Public Utility Commission may allow folks to opt out of using them in the wake of opposition.
Apple will invest $100 million to move some of its manufacturing to the United States.
Australia's largest pay TV provider has called for parliament to follow the UK's lead and give courts the power to block websites that have copyright infringing content.
Things such as remote wiping a former employee's personal device that was connected to a corporate network can land companies in legal hot water, according to Tech Research Asia principal analyst Tim Dillon.
If you're curious about the Droid DNA, here are some hands-on shots showcasing just about every angle of the phone. Make sure to read the accompanying review, linked to just below each image description throughout the gallery!
The HTC Droid DNA has been making waves recently, but is it really as good or bad as various reviewers have made it out to be? Here are my thoughts on an amazing phone that works for me, but may well fall short of the mark for others.
Cisco is partnering with smart parking technology provider Streetline to bring its networking know-how to building up cities' sensor networks. But that could be just the beginning.
Application programming interfaces don't deploy by themselves -- it takes a team to get it right.
Some 23 percent of the world's most digitally savvy people, described to have "unusually high engagement" with social networks, live in Asia-Pacific and 44 percent of them read product reviews as part of their decision making.
American productivity has grown by its fastest rate since 2010 in Q3 2012 according to official figures.
Mobile operator's long-term evolution network will go live in January 2013, and it will invest 300 million ringgit (US$98.5 million) over three years to support the next-generation wireless technology.
The amount of data used by Australians over fixed broadband and mobile is skyrocketing, according to the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
Tech investors are steering their money away from Angry Birds-style apps and toward the enterprise.