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India sets up elaborate system to tap phone calls, e-mail

The expanded surveillance says the Indian government will help safeguard national security.

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Asia leads the way towards a new Internet

Asia has become a driving force in today’s Internet and mobile trends, and is leading the way for future innovation, according to Google’s head of Asia Pacific, Karim Temsamani.

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Indians remember telegram heyday as service stops

Sixty-six years ago, Santosh Sharma saw her mother sell gold bangles to feed and clothe her family of six and then dispatch telegrams to her brothers urging them to leave newly-created Pakistan and gather in New Delhi.

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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.

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Your partner in broadcasting

GOOGLE’s YouTube Partner Program offers video makers the opportunity to monetise their labour of love.

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Ca$h Tube

YouTube’s Partner Program allows users to show off their talents and earn a tidy sum but some are happy to do it for the love of it.

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Pakistan's Internet censors seek help from Canadian company

In a nondescript, creeper-draped building in the capital of Islamabad, a small team of men is purging Pakistan's Internet.

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Pakistan province orders halt to Skype over security concerns

Pakistani authorities have banned instant messaging and Internet telephony services including Skype, WhatsApp and Viber in the province of Sindh for three months for security reasons, a government spokesman said on Thursday.

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Google Malaysia hit by DNS poisoning (Updated)

Visitors to Google Malaysia's web page early this morning were treated to an unpleasant surprise when they were redirected to a hack page.

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Fear of bugging prompts tablet ban in British Cabinet meetings

The fear that foreign intelligence agencies have developed the ability to turn mobile devices into eavesdropping bugs has prompted the ban of tablets at the cabinet meetings.