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Brother is offering a very attractive ownership programme for its printers to members of the Asean Retail Chains & Franchise Federation or ARFF.
China had 649 million Internet users by the end of 2014, with 557 million of those using handsets to go online, said a government report, as the world's biggest smartphone market continues its shift to mobile.
Mobile messaging apps Line and Kakao Talk are busy trying to conquer overseas markets such as Southeast Asia and India. But they may do well to keep a close eye on their home turf of Japan and South Korea as China's WeChat amasses more users.
Ireland's new data protection watchdog expects to win the power to levy vast fines on some of the world's biggest Internet firms under European privacy laws, despite opposition from some larger EU countries who want responsibilities shared more widely.
Europe's airlines are racing to add WiFi to their planes, eager to attract Internet-hungry customers in a cut-throat short-haul market and potentially add millions of dollars of revenue through entertainment, services and advertising.
A US$50 (RM183) portable media player is providing many North Koreans a window to the outside world despite the government's efforts to keep its people isolated – a symbol of change in one of the world's most repressed societies.
Sending a text message or e-mail, eating an apple or watching TV – each of these activities has a different carbon footprint.
You can now buy a tablet with 3G connectivity for just RM499.
Self-driving cars could generate billions of dollars a year in revenue from mobile Internet services and products, even if occupants spend only a fraction of their free time on the web, according to a new study by McKinsey & Company.