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The U.S. DOJ has given its approval to Microsoft's planned $7.2 billion acquisition of Nokia's devices and services business.
Ministry of Communications and IT wraps up public consultation on proposed rules governing the local telecom sector market, but how do the regulations measure up with international best practices?
Google's recent move to unite all the privacy policies of its various services into a single offering has been slapped down by the Netherlands' privacy regulator.
Third-party sellers in the country no longer have to agree to "price parity" clause.
A 17-year-old student and 42-year-old businessman will be charged for unauthorized modification of computer material, relating to the breach of Istana website belonging to the presidential office.
Tighter regulations are in the works in an effort to curb remote gambling and stifle crime syndicates' funding, amid growing reach of such activities over social networks and mobile apps.
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Ahead of the country's 4G rollout, the investigation is speculated to be related to the chip maker's license fee structure, and part of a move to give domestic chip makers an edge.
A top official from China's central bank says the government will not recognize the legitimacy of Bitcoin, but adds that it will monitor the development of the virtual currency for future consideration.
After being accused of infecting users' computers with malware to mine Bitcoins, E-Sports Entertainment has settled the claim with U.S. regulators for $1 million.
The growing enterprise cloud storage provider is beefing up its legal credentials.
Lawmakers in the Philippines are again pushing for SIM registration, but the local telcos have yet to get behind the idea citing logistical hurdles and privacy issues.
Apparently there has been a trail of employees jumping ship from EMC to Pure Storage. Now there's some speculation as to why.
Cupertino wants to make it clear that it opposes Washington's "gag order" about certain national security orders.
Microsoft watchers should pay close attention to what's happening with the latest spate of lawsuits filed by Rockstar against Google and Android handset makers. Here's why.