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The Indian consumer electronics giant has backed out of bidding for the 800MHz band in the upcoming 2G auction, leaving Tata Teleservices as the only registered bidder.
Cambodian court has ruled in favor of Norway-based Eltek Valere over Mfone's failure to pay US$3.73 million in service charges for its GSM equipment.
A list of suburbs where Australia's National Broadband Network will have a point of interconnect has been published, but the street addresses remain a secret.
The bank's strategic investment priorities program (SIP) is at 70 percent completion, and significant productivity savings have helped offset associated expenses, according to Westpac.
South Korean telco gets boost from non-telecoms affiliates, offsetting higher network-upgrade spending and marketing costs.
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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As it becomes the 5th of November around the world, Anonymous announced a hacking spree that has claimed many websites and a few databases - plus a planned V For Vendetta reenactment at the Houses of Parliament.
Windows and Samsung are definitely eroding Apple's popularity in the world's largest smartphone market as the latter, which is making tons of profits in the territory, is still treating China like a lower-end market.
Google Search, Kayak, Telstra Now, Fotopedia, runtastic, Scanner Pro, Woolworths, and Melbourne Cup Review.
We need law and order in cyberspace, but it must not be used to stifle freedom of expression and intimidate citizens.
The police arrest six women and a man for allegedly running an illegal online gambling site and are charging them for money laundering and gambling, among other offences.
Telstra's controversial cybersafety project that tracks customer internet browsing has returned, but this time it's on an opt-in basis.
The two countries discussed possibility of creating a working group to boost cooperation in IT, amid rising bilateral trade between India and Germany.
A new inquiry is being launched by the federal government to name and shame mobile application developers that are engaging in shady practices to land consumers with hefty fees and subscriptions.
Corporations are dabbling in journalism and other forms of publishing... A report from the Global PR Summit in Miami.
Australia Post's newest cloud-based service, Digital MailBox, has been taken offline due to bugs in its registration system.