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In Jordan, Sandvine Inc’s equipment was used to censor an LGBTQ website. Egypt’s government relied on Sandvine equipment to block access to independent news sites. In Azerbaijan, it was deployed for a social media blackout, current and former employees say.
South Korea has launched an antitrust investigation into Google over its plans to enforce commission fees for in-app purchases made through its mobile application store, Yonhap News Agency reported a top official as saying on Oct 8.
MANILA, Philippines, Oct 7 (Philippine Inquirer/ANN): The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) will stop confidential spending in 2021 after questions emerged over its use, DICT secretary Gregorio “Gringo” Honasan II said on Tuesday.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia on Friday filed terrorism charges against four suspects over the killing of a popular political singer whose death ignited protests in which more than 178 people were killed, a spokesman for the attorney general told Reuters.
Battles unfolding on several continents over who profits from connected cars, smarthomes, and robotic surgery may dwarf the size and scope of the tech industry’s first worldwide patent war – the one over smartphones.
(Reuters) - A conflict with its origins in the collapse of the Soviet Union has re-erupted this week.
Will SoftBank Group Corp initiate a similar move?
NIPPON Telegraph & Telephone Corp’s (NTT) buyout of its NTT Docomo Inc wireless unit marks the end of an era for a company once hailed as the world’s leading mobile operator. It also signals a stark new reality in the telco business: that mere connectivity isn’t enough.
SEOUL: Samsung Electronics Co is expected to report strong third-quarter earnings, analysts here say, as its mainstay semiconductor business remained solid despite a decline in memory prices, while its mobile and home appliance sales soared on pent-up demand amid the pandemic.
HONG KONG, Sept 28 (AFP): Shares in China's biggest chip maker plunged on Monday following weekend media reports that Washington has imposed export controls on the company, the latest salvo in the battle for technological dominance over Beijing.