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Taking a stand against location tracking, one student found herself expelled.
Chinese PC maker which is currently No. 2 smartphone vendor in its home market will take advantage of branding, distribution channel and price positioning to become top player, says Gartner.
Found guilty, a hacker is now facing the appeals process after being accused of stealing data belonging to over 100,000 iPad users.
Territorial disputes in Asia and business competition are causing governments to be more stringent in regulating digital maps, but this should not hamper growth of location-based services.
Regulator orders mobile operators to make up for alleged failure to comply with directive last year, wants SMS rates "immediately" cut by 20 percent and is seeking to backdate charges.
Forget torrents, just go and download as many Windows 8 keys that you need, from Microsoft directly.
The UK can go ahead with its plans to use public money to partially fund the roll out of super-fast broadband infrastructure following European regulators' approval of the scheme.
Companies will need to fork out for device management and individual mobile and data plans to enable BYOD initiatives, but the extra costs mean they're holding back from implementation.
Plans to turn country cybercrime ordinance into law delayed as stakeholders could not agree on critical clauses, with one camp reportedly concerned about its reduced powers.
Every year, that certain November day comes along where we pause to reflect upon the things we're grateful for. Accordingly, here is a list of the tech I'm thankful for that made my life all the more enjoyable in 2012!
Australian government CIO Ann Steward has announced her retirement after seven years in the role and 30 years in the public service.
The City of Sydney is offering 500 square metres of space to anyone who can turn it into what could rival the biggest co-location spaces for startups in Sydney.
UBS is projecting the Korean electronics giant to ride on the wave of popularity for its Galaxy Note 2 to reach 61.5 million in smartphone shipments for the last quarter of 2012.
The Click Frenzy website outage last night has been well documented, and some fear that the tech failure will turn Australians off e-retailing.
Delhi High Court unveils a new feature where litigants can buy stamp papers online, and help ease filing and disposal of cases.
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