The Taiwanese government gave a green light to a Chinese investment project, proposed by a Hong Kong firm, to buy out a Taiwanese company selling Chinese Xiaomi brand smartphones domestically.
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Dubbed the "first social Olympics", this year's summer games in London has been widely touted by organizers as the first time social media tools will play an integral role in connecting all stakeholders. But it is also turning into one with some of the strictest rules for athletes, volunteers as well as fans.
Plans to set up digital trust fund in privacy lawsuit will allow social network giant to put issue to rest and build company brand, says industry analyst, who adds Google is unlikely to face similar court case.
Microsoft's OOXML document format has accrued enough votes for recognition as an international standard, but one observer believes the change will make little difference to users in Australia.
The federal government's recently-launched open-source content management system may not be so "open" after all, a leading IT lawyer and several software developers have claimed.Last week, Special Minister of State Senator Eric Abetz launched a fully-documented open source CMS, which will be freely available to government agencies and not-for-profit groups.
e-Summit: The government has set a target of getting all government services online by 2005, but this will not be enough, say critics. People have to be enticed to use them
The government is proud of the progress it has made wiring UK schools but observers are unimpressed with the numbers and the way money is being allocated
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