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Dubbed the "CPC Raspberry Pi Hack", entrants will be competing today to come up with innovative ideas based on the Linux computer.
Chinese carrier is purchasing its parent company's fixed-line infrastructure to save on future lease fees, and improve operational and management efficiency.
Microsoft could generate billions thanks to Google's patented wireless technology, according to an expert witness, as the patent trial between the two technology giants wraps up.
Region will see the strongest growth in mobile subscribers by 2018, due to the large number of new additions from markets such as China.
Ratings agency Fitch has downgraded both electronics firms due to business "weakness".
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Indian IT services giant hopes fund will spur innovation and unearth the next Bill Gates, and also help to attract and retain talent.
Samsung has won the right to view the terms of Apple and HTC's global licensing agreement after filing a request with a U.S.-based court.
These small businesses may have adopted collaboration tools such as Google Apps, WebEx, Dropbox and Yammer, but a large chunk still rely on e-mail and mobile phones to communicate.
The ailing firm says it has managed to secure a customer base for its most advanced panel range.
In its recently-released holiday buying issue, Consumer Reports says that iMac and MacBook lines still reign over PC competitors. But a close reading of the results show a mixed result for Cupertino.
Telstra has begun offering wholesale prepaid 3G services on a system that will help its wholesale customers meet their industry obligaitons.
The Australian government has spent some time filtering through what generic top-level domains it thinks should make it to the internet, taking issue with ones like .fail.
eBay and the ACCC have called for Australian copyright law to be more technology neutral, to allow users to store content in the cloud.
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