Here's a selection of gadgets and accessories that will make your life easier and won't break the bank.
Buyers are cashing out, and merchants disassociating themselves from the digital currency, after People's Bank of China extends ban to include third-party payment providers.
As infocomm professionals in Singapore, we can get our infocomm competencies valued by independent bodies, such as the National Infocomm Competency Framework (NICF) certification.
The phonemaker claimed it sold out 10,000 smartphones within 36 seconds in Hong Kong during a promotion, but upset consumers who failed to get the device claim the sales numbers may have been inflated.
Now subscribers can sing along to their favorite tracks with the Indian telco's news music streaming service, Vodafone Music.
The telco's new data exchange platform allows "4G Pro" service users to sell extra data capacity to other subscribers, including some flexibility to set their own prices.
Tata Teleservices is set to expand their mRupee service to another 11 cities to reach over 4,000 retail outlets.
Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey has incorrectly stated that Labor's NBN would be rolled out to fewer premises and be slower than the Coalition's proposed alternative.
In today's connected world, don't restrict your customer base to a specific region, but also don't spread yourself out too thin. 'Think glocal' is the mantra for startups today.
Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz and Chinese tech juggernaut Tencent have stumped up $23 million of Series B fund raising for the Android-based mobile operating system.
The Indian government is opening tenders for production of the fourth generation of its educational Aakash tablet.
India's smartphone maker Xolo is set to launch its first 4G smartphone in conjunction with Bharti Airtel.
The new Australian government has had a draft discussion paper prepared on the controversial Section 313 powers granted to government agencies to force ISPs to block websites, but it has not acted on it since the election.
Australia's new broadband strategy is designed to look cheaper than the much-delayed fibre rollout, but it won't fix the decades of neglect that relegated us to the back of the pack.
Before starting up, finding your product-market fit first is key. Identifying your customer, figuring out a right approach, and then creating the right product to fit your market is a great strategy for startup success.
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