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Google, Facebook, Red Hat, Dell, Rackspace, Zynga, Intuit and Homeaway have collectively filed a third-party brief in the court case of CLS Bank International vs Alice Corp. Many see the case as important in the ongoing question of how abstract an invention must be before it becomes unpatentable.
YouTube competitor believes that there is room to grow in the online videostreaming space in Asia-Pacific especially in niche platforms.
Hong Kong operator launches its mobile TV service in a bid to increase revenue from smartphone subscribers by boosting data traffic.
Apple will likely, eventually, offer a television. But, traditional television makers have failed to keep ahead of the curve. If it falls down to television content, rather than the device, Apple could take a lead over its rivals and revitalize sales in televisions, albeit modestly.
Amid growing public outcry over India's controversial IT Act, the government notes arrests have jumped by nearly one-third from previous year which it says reflects rising trend of cybercrime in the country.
I had the chance to speak with GE CEO Jeff Immelt about how Silicon Valley's innovation engine can spark GE's future.
The British chip designer has increased its offer for MIPS's operating business and selected intellectual property to $80m, so as to ward off competition from CEVA.
Product development in the post-PC age is not an issue of specification sheets and balancing costs. Products need to involve the owners and make them feel joy...
Software giant rolls outs the repositioning of its research facilities with Singapore, focusing on areas such as co-innovation and commercializing business opportunities.
Country has unveiled its own version of YouTube for government-approved content, in line with its wider plans to build a domestic Internet.
Yes, tablets are outselling PCs. And yes, Microsoft's tablets run Windows. But could the Surface serve as a full-fledged PC replacement?
An email scam that purports to be an official email from Qantas for seat selection fees is circulating around the internet, the airline has warned.
The Bitcoin-Central exchange has partnered with French financial institutions to provider users with payment accounts and deposit guarantees.
Telecom New Zealand customers travelling overseas will now just pay a flat daily rate for data usage, aimed at curbing global-roaming bill shock.
The government funding body is trying to nut down a framework for distributing the money to the Australian video games industry.