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Gooda Creek Farm, located just outside Australia's capital city of Canberra, exemplifies the country's agricultural ambitions – a boutique producer that sells more than 2,000kg a week of highly sought shiitake mushrooms to domestic and Asian consumers.
The debate over Internet regulation has steadily morphed over the last few years from an insular fight between telecom experts into a standard-issue political screaming match.
San Jose and Facebook last year set an ambitious goal: Together, they would bring free gigabit-speed Internet to the city's downtown public.
Facebook will open a "community hub space" in Nigeria next year to encourage software developers and technology entrepreneurs and become the latest technology giant to pursue a training programme in fast-growing Africa.
Thailand has seen an explosion of Internet shopping in recent years as consumers become more tech savvy. And if that’s anything to go by, e-commerce in Southeast Asia is taking off as well.
A century ago, a popular song sheet wondered, "How you gonna keep 'em down on the farm after they've seen Paree?" Would America's doughboys resolve themselves to the so-slow rhythms of rural life after they'd tasted cosmopolitan Europe?
Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc, Alphabet Inc and dozens of other major technology companies protested online on Wednesday against proposed changes to US net neutrality rules.
China’s clampdown on the use of virtual private networks to circumvent the country’s internet controls risks disrupting businesses that depend on them for cloud services and data security.
Spend enough time hunting terrorists or wandering dystopian wastelands in online games and you’re bound to come across players hurling xenophobic and racist taunts at each other.
Alphabet Inc's Google said it would roll out a mobile YouTube application designed for India, boosting the search company's presence in a burgeoning market with spotty Internet access.