National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission may let bidders submit a single bid for a group of frequencies or licencees to encourage fair competition.
Taiwanese contract manufacturer freezes hiring at its largest China plant in Shenzhen and slows down hiring at other factories, but it says the move is not due to weak iPhone 5 demand.
African startups were rewarded for coming up with innovative technological solution to local challenges.
Online learning startup Coursera has announced new additions to the free-course family, and is now moving further across international borders.
Country's healthcare providers will spend 57 billion rupees on IT products and services this year, with the salaries of internal IT staff expected to see the highest growth among spending categories.
Eduardo Saverin believes the next big thing in Internet will come from the two industries, while others say the definition of innovation in Asia needs to be adapted.
The Federal Communications Commission is proposing steps to help ease the burden on public Wi-Fi networks.
Google's Glass networked specs may get a hipster touch, with the web giant reportedly teaming up with e-commerce eyewear startup Warby Parker.
Asian e-commerce player says its Singapore site achieved higher revenues and expanded its user base through a six-month digital campaign using Facebook's Offers and Pages.
'In corporations, there is no magic innovation leprechaun at the end of the rainbow that turns unsolicited suggestions into pots of gold.'
[UPDATED] Smartphone maker says Z10 device is available at all three local telcos, and will reach customers' hands starting March 7. Other markets in Southeast Asia, including Indonesia, will see launches in March.
Telenav has introduced a new version of its Scout for iPhone app that brings shared navigation to the mobile world. Recipients don't need the app or even an iPhone to get turn-by-turn navigation via email, text, or Facebook.
The only reason customers engage with a company through Twitter or Facebook is because existing customer service channels "suck", according to 7 CEO PV Kannan.
Designs including thorium and fast reactors would help meet ambitious carbon reduction goals, report will say.
iiNet CEO Michael Malone has said that, while annoying, delays in rolling out the National Broadband Network benefit a company like iiNet.
With PlayStation 4, Sony joins the cavalcade of companies sacrificing your privacy to replace the profits lost thanks to plummeting hardware prices. Fun, but at what cost?
Facebook and Apple made headlines recently when they announced that employees at both companies had been hacked. It appears that the hacks originated from an infected theme at a popular iPhone SDK forum which exploited a zero day Java vulnerability.
The university trialled the new VMware virtual desktop and data management suite for months, with plans for further deployment across the organisation.