The Chinese government has announced plans to release Ubuntu Kylin, an Ubuntu 13.04-based OS with features targeted at the Chinese market.
Apple is finally putting a cap on UDIDs - often used for ad tracking - that establish a permanent link to iOS devices.
I've just bought a new Aspire One 725 Acer sub-notebook/netbook - here's my take and my adventures loading it with three different flavours of Linux.
Rakuten has terminated its joint venture with Indonesian media conglomerate Global Mediacom, raising the possibility of the end of their Internet shopping mall Rakuten Belanja Online.
There are probably a lot of iPads coming to the office these days, but BYOD has nothing to do with it.
Households that earn less than RM$3,000 every month will get free Internet for first 30 minutes of usage every day, so more Malaysians can "contribute to country's growing digital penetration".
Apple is working to make a cleaner cloud.
The Association of Jewish Students in France (UEJF) has taken fresh legal action against Twitter for not complying with a previous court order compelling it to share data that might help identify the authors of anti-Semitic or racist tweets.
Accenture report says more outsiders and fewer insiders are doing the jobs of today's organizations. And these outsiders will increasingly be contracted through cloud-based services.
It's not my idea — it came from one of my Twitter friends — but it's bang on the money.
There's no formal investigation yet, but Europe's competition watchdog is looking at Apple's iPhone deals with the continent's mobile carriers.
Despite the rise in IT budgets compared in 2013, most businesses in the region do not perceive technology as being able to help them innovate or differentiate, and the CEO's IT involvement is seen as critical to driving success.
Government plans to build data centers in subterranean caverns a bid to find new space, but finding suitable sites may be difficult and construction may have an environmental impact on water tables.
The U.K. doesn't appear too happy with Amazon's tax-related practices.
Can "real-time" marketing really work on social media networks?
Google's decision to retire Google Reader has sparked outrage. Get over it.
Apple, Samsung, now Google?
Telcos have come up with a unique way to keep its users, especially VIPs, connected at all times--placing signal towers on carts and trailers to keep them mobile--allowing them to be moved elsewhere in the event of complaints.