The Chinese Internet giant will roll out its search engine and other products for the Thai market, which is among its overseas expansion priorities that also includes Indonesia, Brazil and Egypt.
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The healthcare market will rise quickly from the US$381.3 million size in 2012, mainly due to fast adoption of technology, according to Frost & Sullivan.
The free version dubbed Nimsoft Monitor Snap is aimed at allowing users constrained by resources, many whom are bypassing IT departments, a quick to set up product in the hopes they will spread the word and trade up.
A group of over 10 volunteers have completed a near full translation of the free opensource Internet browser after more than a year's work.
A software design flaw at Everbright Securities was apparently the cause of last week's wild trading swings on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, rather than earlier suspected human error.
As part of a "smart living" strategy, the Chinese e-commerce giant is pushing a TV-centric ecosystem where consumers can access and share content via mobile devices, as well as shop and pay bills.
The software giant believes spending by state-owned enterprises will rebound and this, together with its support for China's economic plans and local channel partners, will help grow its Asia business.
Chinese Internet company formally debuts beta version of its photo search service, as a new tool under its So.com search engine.
University of Malaya Specialist Centre's IT head says the journey to virtualization is a necessity for medical institutions looking to gain cost and workforce efficiencies while getting an edge over competitors.
Software giant sees growing adoption of mobile and in-memory products in China boost second-quarter revenue growth, which in turn improves overall Asia-Pacific showing.