Tech vendors such as VMware are rolling out tools to facilitate closer collaboration between the developer and operations teams with in an organisation, but not everyone believes this is necessarily a good thing.
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Country's prime minister Lee Hsien Loong posts the source code of a Sudoku solver he wrote in C++ and asks the tech community to assess his work.
Weeks after announcing its plans to offer a taxi booking service, the South Korean IT company unveils its KakaoTaxi app and inks agreements with four drivers groups to encourage signups.
Dubai-based airline launches an app for Apple Watch that will allow passengers to view their upcoming trips and access real-time flight information, such as baggage collection details.
The Singapore-based restaurant booking site acquires another local startup, Appic Technologies, adding a queue-monitoring app to its service.
China's largest mobile car-sharing app, Yongche.com, is looking to compete with Uber Technologies in San Francisco and New York by offering Mandarin-speaking drivers in the U.S. cities.
Hong Kong government agencies forked out over HK$26 million (US$3.35 million) over 2012 and 2013 building mobile apps that few end up downloading. Another HK$12.9 million will be spent over the next two years.
Despite being China's largest internet company, the WeChat developer is still focused on growing its global user base and not concerned about how to monetize its free messaging service, says its international business head.
Alibaba promises developers they'll get the bulk of sales generated from mobile games sold on its platform, as the Chinese e-commerce giant ups the competition with rival, Tencent.
BlackBerry boasts that its messaging app has been downloaded over 10 million times on Android and iOS devices in the first 24 hours of its launch.