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Australian technology startup Lime Rocket is set to get a shot at Silicon Valley, after being accepted into a Google-backed startup program based in California tech hub Palo Alto.
Another day, another invite to the tech media. "See the bigger picture," BlackBerry says. It doesn't take a rocket science degree to work out what we'll be seeing.
Philippine Long Distance Telephone (PLDT) will acquire a 10 percent stake for 333 million euros (US$445.06 million) in the German incubator, in a deal aimed at driving development in mobile and online payment tools.
Marketing Management Partners (MMP) is a small Sydney-based outsource team that replaced its ageing IT infrastructure with cloud and mobile devices.
Our third installment in our series is about Rocketdyne, the company which built and designed the mighty rocket engines for the Saturn V.
Cheekio - Jungle Adventures is a fast paced game beginning in the jungle and ending in deep space. Cheekio requires skill and reflex...
Our first profile in our series about the Apollo program is Boeing Integrated Defense Systems.
If you thought 3D printing was a fad, think again. The latest forecast suggests the relatively new market could be worth billions to the economy in the next four years.
Toy Box is a unique digital sandbox for your kid where a random bunch of toys is taken from the toy box, so your child can play with...
And gets aggressive by slamming Samsung's Knox for being "easily" hackable.
Rocket Internet's car classifieds site is firmly camped in Myanmar, despite it having one of the world's lowest Internet penetration rates.
Backed by former Rocket Internet staffers, marketplace app Duriana launches with its app and site looking almost identical to fellow Singapore-based startup, Carousell.
Is there any end to the flogging of the nearly-dead PC horse? Latest figures suggest not so much, as lower-priced devices across all categories are driving growth.
A successful test may help NASA significantly lower the cost and reliability of expensive rocket engine parts by building them with a 3-D printer.
The space agency is hoping technologies such as 3D printers can lower the cost of space hardware.
The consumer electronics retailer saw its revenue slip slightly but profit up in its second-quarter earnings. Things are looking up for its post-EU rollback recovery.
Mobile Internet revenue will rocket in Latin America and the Middle East over the next five years, latest research claims, with some users downloading upwards of 2.5GB of data on average per month.
Android device shipments leap, but there's yet more bad news for PC makers as the market continues to slide, despite their experiments with new form factors.
The shopping site becomes the second Southeast Asian e-commerce business under Rocket Internet's stable to get a US$100 million injection in as many months.
Apple and Google remain at the top in their respective zones, but neither gain full marks at the top of the smartphone and platform podium. The iPhone—Android duopoly continues.
Use of social network identities is expected to sky-rocket in the next two years, but it's aimed at reducing friction between merchants and your money, not because it's a better credential.
To most of us, Apple's success approaches rocket ship status, but to analysts and investors, it's a different story. I have two ideas that could help Apple move into a higher orbit.
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