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The biggest telecom carrier in China, and the world, China Mobile has been criticized for offering far cheaper monthly service plans in Hong Kong than mainland China, triggering much discontent among Chinese customers.
Chinese telecom equipment maker appoints Xu Dejun to head its India operations, amid plans to grow the country's smartphone revenue by 30 percent this year.
If a group of scientists at Union College have their way, the days of foam packaging could be numbered.
Andrew McLaughlin has promoted freedom on the Internet from the White House, Google, and most recently, betaworks. When it comes to the web, he knows what you need to know.
The National Broadband Network construction company Visionstream has picked up another contract with NBN Co that will be worth up to AU$1 billion.
PARIS -- A line of French trains that broke a speed record in 2007 is setting a new record -- for low-priced tickets that cost a tenth of the regular fare.
A review of Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg
Despite booking higher revenue, the satellite TV provider's saw high operating expenses over the last year due to its "reinvestment period".
Reuters reporter Matthew Keys has been accused of helping Anonymous hack his former employee by handing over log in details and encouraging attackers to 'go f*** some s*** up'.
Chinese operator's profit reaches 129.3 billion yuan boosted by growth of revenue from its 3G data business.
Demanding that people use their real names to access internet services, except in special circumstances, is a dramatic, but largely undiscussed shift of power away from individuals to corporations and governments.
The good news for anyone who uses Internet Explorer 10 is that Microsoft's new blacklist for sites that use Adobe Flash content is small. Only a dozen sites made the "Dirty Dozen Flash Domains." But one of them is a media giant and the other is a superstar of tech news.
Now that the Galaxy S4 is official, let's take a closer look at where this device fits in the mobile market.
The Galaxy S4 will be the first device to ship with Samsung's Knox technology, which like BlackBerry aims to divide your personal and work lives.
While mobile money has proven popular with the unbanked population, further pick up may be hindered by lack of security standardization and tech infrastructure.
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