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Super Apps, Asia’s new innovation, to change cities, economies

SINGAPORE: The ability to communicate, shop online, order rides, read books, play games, get food delivery and pay for anything within a single, unified smartphone app is Asia’s defining innovation, technology leaders said at Bloomberg’s New Economy Forum in Singapore.


Four reasons ride-hailing apps won’t upend the car industry

SYDNEY: Who’s on the money? Carl or Carlos?


US papers offer Android tablets with paid apps

PHILADELPHIA: The city's two major newspapers said Monday that they will give heavily-discounted Android tablet computers to paid digital subscribers as part of a new venture designed to shore up readership and revenue nearly a year after the publications emerged from bankruptcy.


Falling for mobile chat apps

With snappy features, they draw more attention from users.


Google to charge small businesses for Web-based Apps software

SAN FRANCISCO: Google Inc will no longer offer its Web-based office productivity software free to small businesses, the Internet company's latest move to expand revenue beyond its core advertising services.


Gloves off as apps take fight to Japan’s broadcasters

IN Tokyo and want to watch this weekend’s Mayweather-McGregor superfight? You won’t need a satellite dish or a sports bar – just an app.


Apple removes some VPN apps in China

BEIJING: Apple Inc has removed some virtual private network (VPN) applications from its stores in China, a move that could block users’ ability to bypass a local web firewall and access overseas sites.

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Australia denies banks interim approval to jointly negotiate with Apple on payment apps

SYDNEY: Australia's anti-trust regulator on Friday said it would not grant the country's three biggest banks interim approval to collectively negotiate with Apple Inc to install their own electronic payments applications on iPhones.


New US gov't rules allow unapproved iPhone apps

WASHINGTON: Owners of the iPhone will be able to legally unlock their devices so they can run software applications that haven't been approved by Apple Inc., according to new government rules announced Monday.


GPS cell phone apps challenge standalone devices

KANSAS CITY, Missouri: The growth of cell phones with global-positioning technology is making life uncertain for the makers of personal navigational devices that help drivers figure out where they are and where to go.