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The Australian government is calling on the Productivity Commission to work out how best to deliver mobile broadband capability for the country's law enforcement and emergency services.
Korean mobile messenger giant Daum Kakao's co-CEO, in a radical statement, said that user privacy comes before the law in what will likely spark a fierce debate over privacy online in Korea.
The Australian competition watchdog has alleged that Brisbane-based mobile telco Startel has contravened Australian Consumer Law over telemarketing services.
Members of the German Pirate Party are appealing to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg to overturn a German ruling that prevents pre-paid phones being bought anonymously.
Intel has long led the way, but as it gets increasingly harder for the industry to follow Moore's Law, there has been a lot of debate about whether its lead is growing too large. With wireless customers clamoring for the latest technology for mobile processors, semiconductor foundries are suddenly shaking things up.
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Trade of commercial game items to be banned from the second half of this year to keep students from wasting time, report says.
European legislators will on Thursday vote on a comprehensive package aimed at reducing roaming charges for mobile data, voice and text messages across the continent.The European Parliament and Council have already negotiated a compromise deal that puts the new caps on roaming at a lower level than those originally proposed by the Commission, and the vote is the final stage in passing the legislation.
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Consortium tasked to build Singapore's national broadband network to add installation slots to cope with demand, following complaints over waiting time and amid "quashing order" case against government.
Companies should not have the right to access private domains such as social media accounts, say market observers, but note there are benefits to adding bosses on your social networks.
Audit of factories supplying Apple products finds problems such as excessive overtime, safety, health and communication gaps, which Cupertino and Foxconn promise to fix.
Norway's Telenor, which was among worst affected after mass cancellation of mobile permits in India last month, considering plans to invoke India-Singapore bilateral pact to protect its investments.
Chinese tech giant Huawei hits back with countersuit against Singapore's Creative and its subsidiary Qmax, over aborted WiMax broadband project.
Should parents be able to obtain their children's mobile phone records until they are 18?
Country's supreme court orders government to cancel 122 licenses issued since 2008 due to fraud but operator complains of unfair treatment and threatens to pull investments, reports state.
Department of Telecom's complaint prompts Central Bureau of Investigation to look into allegations SingTel operated international long distance services without license between 2005 and 2009, report notes.
ISPs that intercept user Web search queries to benefit from manipulating results may violate the law and are at risk of incurring user wrath, industry insiders warn.
Just when you thought intellectual property law insanity couldn't get any worse with the mobile patent wars, Apple gets an injunction in the European Union against Samsung Galaxy Tab because it looks like an Apple iPad.
Regulation will give clear guidelines on legitimate use and management of data, and ultimately help companies run an "honest business", industry watchers note.
If approved, bill will prevent bosses from demanding staff hand over usernames or passwords of their social media accounts, or take action against employees who refuse to do so.
Culture minister Jeremy Hunt, who has taken over responsibility for telecoms regulation, has begun consultation on a new law covering broadband, mobile and online TV services
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