The Chinese consortium has secured enough support for its offer for Opera to proceed with its $1.2bn takeover of the Norwegian browser maker.
Microsoft is continuing its pull-back from the phone hardware business with more job cuts. But it's still not hoisting the white flag and completely giving up on the mobile-phone business.
Telstra's attempts to sell its shares in Autohome have hit a snag, with the telco now planning to contest a petition filed by minority shareholders.
An audit by the Western Australian auditor general has shown that the state's agencies lag behind other Australian jurisdictions in delivering common services online.
MasterCard customers in Singapore will be able to use Apple Pay to make contactless payments in stores equipped with contactless readers using the latest Apple Watch or iPhone.
Changes to small business tax breaks could lead to a new wave of investment in mobile technology, but not before the federal election is done and dusted.
More than 50% of Google search queries now come from mobile devices, while location-related mobile searches are growing 50% faster than all mobile searches.
The two companies create a pure-play IT services firm with about $26 billion in annual revenue. Can the new company deliver the growth?