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Philippine Internet slowest in Asean

Internet access in the Philippines is more expensive and more restricted than other countries.

Web Wanders: Savvy snapshots

Susanna Khoo highlights how some couples have gained fame on the Web thanks to their creativity in capturing memorable moments during their travels.

Japan's KDDI, Sumitomo eye US$2bil Myanmar telecom deal

Japanese mobile carrier KDDI said Thursday that it planned to link up with trading house Sumitomo in a deal to invest about US$2bil (RM6.36bil) in developing wireless networks in Myanmar, as the country opens up after years of military rule.

Google execs visit Cuba for first time to promote open Internet

A team of top Google executives is visiting Cuba to promote open Internet access, according to a dissident blogger who says she met the group in Havana.

Air Asia aircraft to sport Ninetology livery

Next time you take a flight on Air Asia, you just might see Ninetology's branding on its aircraft.

Peter Chou — HTC's saviour or obstacle to revival?

Now in his tenth year as CEO of HTC Corp, Peter Chou is lauded as the architect of the Taiwanese firm's award-winning smartphones. But as the company's fortunes have dived, some insiders say he's now an obstacle to any revival.

For the mobile Internet, tomorrow belongs to Asia

The next growth chapter will be in emerging markets where cost-conscious users demand cheaper gadgets and cheaper access to cheaper services.

Google's Chrome, Android systems to stay separate

Google's Chrome and Android operating systems will remain separate products but could have more overlap, says Eric Schmidt.

Google's Schmidt to visit Myanmar, an untapped telecoms market

Google Inc executive chairman Eric Schmidt will become the first high-profile tech company executive to visit Myanmar.

Gadget-free and shopping sprees rule travel trends

Luxury shopping trips, gadget-free digs and booking holidays on smart TVs are some of the travel trends predicted.