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Mobile payment firms struggle to dethrone cash in South-East Asia

Bui Mai Phuong is an avid online shopper, ordering anything from clothing to personal-care products from her smartphone. But she prefers to pay with cash.

Naza eyes 1,000 telecom towers in five years

THE Internet boom has attracted Naza Group to be involved in the telecommunication sector with its tower business.

New China’s startup boom pays off

IT SEEMED like a nutty idea at the time – and it still does. Three years ago, Hu Weiwei and her co-founders decided to start a business letting people share bicycles for pennies per ride. People could hop on for a quick ride to the subway or supermarket, then leave the bike right out front without the hassle of finding a parking rack.

Google releases new Africa app to beat sluggish Internet speeds

Google is releasing an app in Africa that will help Internet users overcome obstacles such as the lack of high-speed connectivity and the cost of data on the continent.

This remote Chinese school has just three students, but with live streaming technology, they share a classroom with hundreds

Chinese government funding technology initiatives aimed at narrowing the gap between the quality of education in rural and urban areas.

Offering better mobility and efficiency

THE modern business environment is competitive as employees are expected to increase productivity and do more with less.

Singapore’s stance on Net neutrality similar to US

SINGAPORE: Even as American regulators decided last week to repeal rules that ensure Internet service providers (ISPs) do not create “fast and slow lanes” for online traffic, Singapore’s take on the issue shares some similarities with that of the United States.

Australia's digital agriculture dream stymied as government scrimps on broadband

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.

Star’s suicide highlights dark side of the K-pop dream

SEOUL: Known for its ultra-competitive, pressure-cooker society, South Korea has one of the world’s highest suicide rates. And this week the even higher stresses in the country’s lucrative showbiz industry took their toll on a K-pop superstar.

Telco expands its 4G network in Sabah

KOTA KINABALU: More areas in Sabah now have access to 4G network speed from telecommunications provider Maxis.