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China's largest TV maker aims to grow revenue in the U.S. market to $700 million this year, as it looks to increase overseas revenue from 30 percent to 50 percent of its total TV sales.
Is the Yahoo CEO being too harsh when it comes down to hiring new staff?
Could the latest breakthrough in stem cell research mean that dentures become no more than a memory?
Google shows off how its networked spectacles navigate messaging and apps in light of its limited screen real estate.
Storage giant's plans to open its big data analytics lab and up partner collaborations to engage the local small and midsize businesses are in line with the Singapore government's priorities for 2013.
The latest test builds of Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile include the Project Spartan browser. Here's a rundown of what the new browser may hold in store for you.
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Few of us are are fans of DRM, but what if your household furniture had the same protection?
Partnering over-the-top players allows Internet service providers to supply and sustain subscribers a good Web experience over their broadband connection, and not lose money by investing in content which the OTT players provide anyway.
OneTab, a free Chrome add-in, converts a set of browser tabs into a page of links, then restores the tabs when required. It can instantly free up gigabytes of memory when you need it for something else.
Will the online scrapbook become an important portal for businesses looking to expand their online presence?
You've heard about InBloom. Now the Ed-Fi Alliance is bringing even more big data sensibility to states and districts.
How's this for high-tech; 3D printing used to replace a man's fractured skull?
Communications provider's new facility will help it better serve the data center and connectivity needs of the Asia-Pacific region.
Social media is fast reshaping upcoming May elections in the Philippines, with civil society making great use of it through a hugely successful campaign against publicity-hungry or credit-grabbing politicians.
Cultural cringe and poor sales skills inhibit the ability of Indian software companies to compete with global vendors on their home turf.
If you want to earn the biggest paychecks in the technology field, what skills are you expected to possess?
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