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With new Internet rules, FCC chair is trying to spark a fight

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.

Gigabit-speed Internet in San Jose? Facebook pilot brings high hopes, despite delays

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 to open Nigerian hub next year in African tech drive

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.

Internet boost to benefit rural traders

KOTA KINABALU: Rural entrepreneurs in Sabah and Sarawak stand to gain from a renewed focus on improving Internet access in the two states.

Salleh Said: RM1bil allocation will drive growth of digital economy in Sabah and Sarawak

KOTA KINABALU: Rural entrepreneurs in Sabah and Sarawak stand to gain from the RM1bil allocation announced in Budget 2018 to improve the communication and broadband infrastructure in east Malaysia.

Fast and stable Internet connection

KOTA KINABALU: Having fast and steady connection is what every Internet user wants.

Thai online shopping binge is sign of South-East Asia market size

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.

Chinese scam suspects took over 11-storey block in Cambodia

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - No sooner had the 11-storey apartment building in Phnom Penh's affluent Tuol Kouk district been finished than dozens of young Chinese men and women moved in loaded with desks and laptops, said neighbours.

China's Silicon Delta will lead digital revolution, says HSBC

GUANGDONG: The next game-changing idea in global technology will likely come from a cluster of cities in the Guangdong province, says Montgomery Ho, chief executive of HSBC Guangdong.

3,000 illegal telcom towers in Perak; Ipoh and Manjung lead

There are an estimated 3,000 illegal telecommunication towers in the state, and they represent a loss in revenue amounting to millions.