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DAFZA transforms into a wireless smart city

Dubai Airport Freezone Authority (DAFZA) is transforming into a wireless smart city, becoming the first free zone in the region to integrate free WiFi...
IBM, AT&T to develop Internet of Things solutions for smart cities

According to a new research by Gartner, The Internet of Things (IoT), which excludes PCs, tablets and smartphones, will generate incremental revenue exceeding $300...
Online game from Vietnam goes viral

Programmed by just one man, 29-year-old Vietnamese developer Dong Nguyen, the online game Flappy Bird has become one of today's most popular games for...
Malaysia central bank warns of Bitcoin

Malaysia’s central bank has voiced concern about the virtual currency Bitcoin on January 3 but stopped short of banning the virtual currency, Dow Jones...
Nokia unveils 41-megapixel camera phone

Nokia has just released the best camera phone on the market. The Lumia 1020 smartphone went on sale last week and features a 41...

Chinese web news service Weibo, the local equivalent of Twitter, went hot after reports started circulating that a 23-year-old Chinese woman was killed by...

Listen up Malaysians: If you find yourself hankering for the latest Apple gadget, it turns out you don’t have to look far for a...

Launched as a classifieds site 14 years ago, today Tarad is Thailand’s largest e-commerce portal, acting as a platform for countless SMEs in the...

Google said on June 12 it has acquired map-software provider Waze Inc. seeking to keep competitors such as Facebook and Apple from eroding its...

Inside Investor met with Alexander Rusli, CEO of Indonesia’s mobile network operator Indosat, to learn how Qatar Telecom has impacted its business.

The long-awaited upgrade to the fast mobile network standard 3G due to be implemented in early 2013 will revolutionise the digital market in Thailand, already a top media consumer in the Asia-Pacific region, Justin Calderon learned.