Singtel has reported a net profit of SG$954 million, down SG$16 million from the year prior, on revenues of SG$4.47 billion for the quarter ending December 31.
Optus saw a net profit of AU$227 million on revenues of AU$2.43 billion for the quarter ending December 31, due to growth in mobile and NBN.
The social media giant has said it will continue to work towards breaking down barriers to connectivity in India.
The company has won orders to build the 'world's first' public safety network using LTE technology with 3GPP standards.
It might it be a simple case of "the cobbler's children never having shoes". Or when it comes to remote and flexible work practices, perhaps some of the big tech companies know something we don't?
After much controversy and an eventual regulatory ban, Facebook has now shuttered its controversial Free Basics service in India, which begs the question whether its "free" internet model will ever work.
Another report from Forbes turns out to be incorrect. Sources with direct knowledge of Windows product plans confirm that there are no plans to change privacy options for Windows 10.
KT and LG Uplus announced that they will cease the rich communication service (RCS) program Joyn, with SK Telecom still to make a final decision.
The world's largest Internet radio service has begun early talks to sell itself. Following the rumor, shares of the company halted trading on Thursday afternoon.
Apple's once rumored video streaming service may have grind to a halt, if comments from one of the biggest executives in media are any indication.
The Adobe Flash browser plugin is a dynamite product. Incredibly useful and easy to use, but do the wrong thing and BOOM! I've been trying, with only limited success, to free myself of it.
A US ban or backdoor mandate would adversely affect US companies, said Harvard report.
Is this the end to the Myspace story?
A corporate merger, like a marriage, can yield a whole stronger than its parts -- or it can end in utter disaster. In ZDNet's ramp up to Valentine's Day 2016, we countdown the worst corporate romances in IT history.
Microsoft now has deals in place with 74 Android hardware makers in 25 countries that will result in more bloatware on smartphones and tablets.
It's taken decades, but it now appears that new forms of real -- albeit simplified -- software development can be carried out by almost anyone with only a little technical know-how. This is unleashing a new generation of business coder, along with a matching wave of grassroots apps that solve long-neglected problems in the enterprise.
Originally unveiled during last year's BoxWorks conference, Capture connects a user's smartphone camera directly to the Box platform.
Google will soon roll out support in Chrome on Android for its Internet-of-Things discovery project.