German software vendor currently operates three data centers in Japan and Australia, and is looking to launch at least three more in the region. Globally, it's aiming to have 20 locations by end-2014 including China and India.
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The country's user base grew 31 percent on-year to 73.9 million, just behind China and the U.S., according to a ComScore study.
Indian government sets up committee to review taxation of country's IT sector, a move praised by companies, saying it will allay concerns of industry and investors.
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.
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.
Supreme Court rejects pleas of seven telcos to reconsider its cancellation of 122 2G licenses, but agrees to open court hearing of government petition over auction proceedings, reports say.
Country's telecom regulator seeks feedback from operators in view of expected rise in mobile phone rates and data usage.
India government spy unit steals e-mail exchanges between staff members of U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission using know-how provided by mobile phone makers, report says.
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.
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.
Researchers at Tohoku University on Japan and Delft University of Technology and Science in The Netherlands have experimentally demonstrated “an unprecedented level of control” of pumping electron spins, according to an article published in the 23 May edition of the APS journal Physics Review Letters.
In case you're still searching for a gift for the royal wedding (as if you were even invited), here's an iPad case fit for any prince or princess.
The negotiations around the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, an international effort to boost copyright enforcement, have concluded.On Monday, the participants — Australia, Canada, the EU and its member states, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Morocco, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland and the US — published the final text of Acta (PDF), although this version is subject to legal review and must be approved by the governments of the participants.
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.
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.
A judicial review of Gary McKinnon's extradition to the US has begun in the high court in London, with questions of his health being raised
A judicial review of Gary McKinnon's extradition to the U.S. has begun in the high court in London, with questions of his health being raised.
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.
It all started with the Dalai Lama. The Tibetan leader's offices in India, Brussels, London and New York asked the researchers to examane its computers for malware.
Self-confessed Nasa hacker Gary McKinnon has won a judicial review of Home Secretary Jacqui Smith's October decision to carry on with his extradition to the US, even after McKinnon's diagnosis with Asperger's syndrome.At the High Court in London this morning Lord Justice Maurice Kay ruled that there would be a judicial review of Smith's decision to turn down McKinnon's second appeal.
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