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In Indonesia's capital Jakarta, a buzzer is not an alarm or a bell, but someone with a Twitter account and more than 2,000 followers who is paid to tweet.
If you want to hack a phone, order a cyberattack on a competitor's website or buy a Trojan program to steal banking information, look no further than the former Soviet Union.
Messaging applications, mobile calls, SMS and e-mails are all ways in which criminal networks stay connected and this is an area that must warrant considerable attention from the police.
Elderly Japanese have a greater appetite for the e-book format than the younger generation, according to a survey conducted by retailer BookLive.
The increasing use of smart technology like phones and tablets in travel planning has spawned a new class who are much more likely to identify themselves as happy, fun, sociable and healthy than their non-digital counterparts.
Manning spoke non-defiantly in court - his first extensive public comments since February.