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EU Commission unveils plan to cap cost of phone calls

The cost of cross border phone calls in Europe will be capped to the price of a long-distance domestic call, the European Commission proposed on Wednesday, announcing plans to further harmonise the EU's telecoms market.


Early China iPhone launch gives smugglers a run for their money

An early launch of Apple's latest smartphone in China is expected to stifle a thriving grey market.


Ex-Soviet hackers play outsized role in cybercrime world

If you want to hack a phone, order a cyberattack on a competitor's website or buy a Trojan program to steal banking information, look no further than the former Soviet Union.


Britain detains partner of journalist linked to Snowden

British authorities used anti-terrorism powers on Sunday to detain the partner of a journalist with close links to Edward Snowden, the former US spy agency contractor who has been granted asylum by Russia, as he passed through London's Heathrow airport.


Internet powers cross-border shopping bonanza: PayPal

A study released on Monday showed that Internet-powered shopping across national borders has created "modern spice routes" holding wealth for local merchants who tap into the booming trend.


Cameron urges Google, Yahoo to act on child pornography

Cameron said search engines must block results for searches using blacklisted keywords to stop Internet users accessing illegal images.


Indians remember telegram heyday as service stops

Sixty-six years ago, Santosh Sharma saw her mother sell gold bangles to feed and clothe her family of six and then dispatch telegrams to her brothers urging them to leave newly-created Pakistan and gather in New Delhi.


Microsoft pushes US Customs to enforce phone import ban

Microsoft Corp, which won a ban last year on importing some phones made by a Google Inc subsidiary, filed a motion in a US court on Friday asking the US Bureau of Customs and Border Protection to enforce the measure.


You’ve heard of “clickjacking,” now meet “keyjacking"

An Italian security researcher has rediscovered a trick known as user interface redressing.


Get ahead, go global

Cross border e-commerce and mobile transactions can help local small businesses flourish in a global marketplace.