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Cisco warns US spying fallout hitting revenue in China

Cisco Systems Inc warned its revenue would dive as much as 10% this quarter, and keep contracting until after the middle of 2014, as a backlash against US government spying contributed to plummeting demand in emerging markets like China.


Google's Motorola seeks comeback with low-cost smartphone

Motorola is betting that low-cost smartphones can provide the spark to rekindle its struggling business, even as the company's ownership by Google Inc will force it to sit out of China, the world's largest smartphone market.


Nikon sticks to camera guns while rivals reload in other sectors

Japan's iconic camera maker Nikon Corp will rely on emerging market consumer sales to fuel growth even though it forecast in August its first-ever drop in digital SLR sales, the company's president told Reuters.


Amazon tries free, on-time delivery to lure India online

Free shipping on a 100 rupee (RM5) book. Delivery times guaranteed to the minute. These are some of the incentives the world's biggest online retailer Inc is using to entice Indians to shop on the Web, a sector where growth has been stifled by payment problems, low Internet usage and a challenging logistics environment.


Asia messaging apps seek to upend rivals with marketing might

In the battle to become the global messaging app of choice, China's WeChat and Japan-based Line have brought out some large marketing guns — TV ads featuring soccer star Lionel Messi, for instance — that have powered promising bursts of overseas growth.


Young adults say technology can be dehumanising: poll

Millennials are tech-savvy young adults who grew up with smartphones and iPads, but many think technology makes people less human, according to a poll released on Thursday.


Apple bets on Burberry chief to burnish retail shine

Angela Ahrendts is the first woman to join Apple's executive team in nearly a decade


Indian IT outsourcers want a bigger byte out of Europe

India's IT outsourcers, long bit players in continental Europe, are looking to win over more people like Hans-Petter Aanby.


At Twitter, global growth tests free speech advocacy

When a Brazilian state prosecutor last year set out to silence anonymous Twitter messages that were revealing the location of drunk-driving checkpoints, he served the social media company's just-opened Sao Paolo office with a lawsuit.


Fake online reviews get reality check

Fake online products reviews have been around for years, fueled by unscrupulous marketers seeking to boost sales.