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China censorship sweep deletes more than 60,000 Internet accounts February 28, 2015 | 10:27 am | Paul Carsten, Reuters Some of China's largest Internet companies deleted more than 60,000 online accounts because their names did not conform to regulations due to take effect on Sunday, the top Internet regulator said. READ MORE
Some of China’s largest Internet companies deleted more than 60,000 online accounts because their names did not conform to regulations due to take effect on Sunday, the top Internet regulator said.
Fallen Internet star Yahoo! is dissolving its entire editorial team in the Philippines as a part of the company’s sweeping restructuring program across Europe and Asia.
The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) has filed two separate criminal complaints with the Department of Justice against two local ICT companies for tax evasion.
A prominent American blogger of Bangladeshi origin was Thursday hacked to death with machetes in Dhaka by unidentified assailants.
Apple Inc sent out invitations for a media event in San Francisco on March 9, about one month before the much-anticipated launch of the new Apple Watch.
US regulators on Thursday approved landmark Internet rules that would prevent broadband providers from separating online traffic into slow and fast lanes.
The Philippine Long Distance Telecommunications (PLDT) Group launched a digital platform that would allow brands and businesses to easily reach their customers through their mobile phones.
Chinese computer and smartphone firm Lenovo Group Ltd said its website was hacked on Wednesday, its second security blemish days after the U.S. government advised consumers to remove software called “Superfish” pre-installed on its laptops.
U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday ordered the establishment of a new national intelligence agency to coordinate and integrate information related to cyber threats, the White House said.
Samsung Electronics said on Thursday it will freeze its South Korean employees’ wages in 2015 for the first time in six years, after the world’s top smartphone maker suffered a fall in profits in the face of rising competition.
Apple Inc has asked its Asian suppliers to make 5-6 million units of its three Apple Watch models for the first-quarter, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Samsung Electronics introduced an extensive range of consumer electronics at its 2015 Samsung Forum in Bangkok, including a new standard in the premium UHD (Ultra High Definition) format aptly called SUHD.
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