Ride-sharing operator adds grocery delivery to its offerings and introduces GrabPlatform to allow other providers to integrate their services with its app, as it aims to become an "everyday superapp".
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Software giant reports a 3 percent drop globally in software license sales to US$1.3 billion in second-quarter 2013, with Asia clocking a 9 percent dip as China economy slows.
Two software engineers from Bangalore have been arrested for allegedly stealing and selling patented software codes to a competitor of local technology vendor, MIC Technologies.
Researchers from Chinese University of Hong Kong develop micro-robots no larger than a human cell to carry larger volumes of drugs more accurately into targeted parts of the body, providing alternative to invasive treatment.
Microsoft CEO explains why it needs to be more than a one-trick pony; stresses its "real commitment" to be a serious player in search and online advertising.
Local carrier StarHub debuts Singapore's first nation-wide location-based mobile advertising service, which it says, will allow targeted marketing.
Kraft Foods and Telkom Indonesia say software-as-a-service model does not address their needs for an integrated software architecture and a platform that supports core business applications.
Not every research project the software giant embarks on will see fruition, but without taking high risk, there can be no real success, says head of Microsoft's Beijing lab.
Instead, software giant is now driving its software-as-a-service strategy at a "normal", rather than "accelerated" speed, says SAP Co-CEO Leo Apotheker.
update The two companies team up to offer Napster Mobile, enabling consumers to purchase ringtones and full-length songs via their mobile phones.