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Asia sees uneven IPv6 adoption

China and Japan leading region in migrating to new protocol while India and South Korea lagging behind, with user mentality and service availability main reasons for slow uptake, observers note.

May 30, 2012 by

Microsoft to allow UK-only apps into Windows Store

Developers will soon be able to submit UK-specific apps to Microsoft's Windows Store, the marketplace that will accompany Windows 8.Since the Windows 8 consumer preview emerged in late February, the only available country-specific app catalogues have been for the US, Germany, France, India and Japan.

April 20, 2012 by

APAC to lead mobile worker growth

Large population and strong economic growth of China and India to drive Asia-Pacific, excluding Japan, to lead growth in global mobile workforce, with 1.3 billion workers expected by 2015, report states.

January 5, 2012 by

IBM launches services research lab

The Services Innovation Lab will operate out of IBM's Thomas J. Watson Center in New York, Almaden in San Jose and other outposts in China, Israel, India, Japan, Switzerland and Brazil.

July 27, 2011

Symbian Foundation job losses to hit UK hardest

Dozens of London-based Symbian Foundation employees are set to lose their jobs as a result of the foundation's transition to being a licensing organisation.Symbian Foundation chief Tim Holbrow told ZDNet UK on Tuesday that around 75 of the 100 foundation employees are based in Southwark, with the rest being spread across the US, Japan, China, Korea and Australia.

November 10, 2010 by

What drives solar stocks?

At the Intersolar Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Vishal Shah, solar equities research analyst at Barclays Capital, predicted that the U.S. market will remain a strong force for solar stocks as commercial projects continue to grow. In addition, he says, many other countries--China, India, and Japan, among others--have added government incentives to their solar strategy.

July 15, 2009 by

Any bidders for Satyam?

The London Financial Times is reporting that the government of India has put 51% of the shares in Satyam up for sale but there's a catch:Bidders for India's fourth- largest computer group are being warned that there are no reliable financial accounts available for the company and that they must come up with their own assessment of the potential liability from shareholder suits.

March 30, 2009 by

IT spending in Asia will increase to $32.77 bln by 2011

IT spending in the the Asia/Pacific region, excluding Japan (APEJ) public sector is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.9% to reach $32.77 bln by 2011, according to IDC. Developing countries like the China and India are both expected to achieve double-digit CAGR of 10.2% and 17.6% respectively and will [...]

February 19, 2008

DBS Bank

Established in 1968, DBS Bank is Singapore's largest bank and has branches and offices in China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Myanmar, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Kingdom and United States..On the technology front, DBS is also recognized as an industry driver for leading the industry in the use of IT. In 1997, it became the first local bank to introduce Internet banking.Today, DBS enjoys the largest Internet banking customer base of around 850,000 in Singapore.

July 5, 2006 by

Most expensive cities in the world: Tokyo, Osaka, London, Moscow, Seoul

Mercer survey of the most expensive cities covers 144 cities across six continents and measures the comparative cost of over 200 items in each location, including housing, transport, food, clothing, household goods and entertainment.Tokyo, Japan Osaka, Japan London, Britain Moscow, Russia Seoul, South Korea Geneva, Switzerland Zurich, Switzerland Copenhagen, Denmark Hong Kong, Hong Kong Oslo, Norway Milan, Italy Paris, France New York City, United States Dublin, Ireland St.

June 21, 2005 by

IT spending in Asia-Pacific to grow 10% in 2005

IT spending in Asia/Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) is expected to remain robust in 2005, replicating its growth of 10% in 2004, as compared to 2003. Total IT spending in the region will reach $97 bln in 2005, driven by a healthy 15% growth in China (excluding Hong Kong) and 22% growth in India.

December 30, 2005 by

IT spending in Asia-Pacific to grow 10% in 2005

IT spending in Asia/Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) is expected to remain robust in 2005, replicating its growth of 10% in 2004, as compared to 2003. Total IT spending in the region will reach $97 bln in 2005, driven by a healthy 15% growth in China (excluding Hong Kong) and 22% growth in India.

December 30, 2005 by

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