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Rural folk ring in the profits with their mobiles

Rural folks harness the power of social media to sell everything from herbal soap to frozen food.


Free coding workshop for girls

Girls aged nine to 17 will be able to take part in a free coding workshop this Nov 21.


Zuckerbergs to start school mixing learning and health

Facebook billionaire Mark Zuckerberg and his doctor wife revealed plans to start a private school in a hardscrabble Silicon Valley town, mixing education with health care.


Cambodia PM starts to 'like' Facebook as opponents woo voters online

Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen is taking a belated leap into the digital age in a bid to court young, urban voters as he tries to fend off unprecedented competition from the opposition after three decades in power.


Beijing promotes low-paid college grads to startup CEOs

Quitting her job as receptionist, joining rock bands and chancing her tattoo-sleeved arm at small business ventures would once have branded college graduate Ding Jia as a rebel in China. Now she can claim state endorsement as a "creative".


Apple's newest courtroom foe is patent-savvy university

As a veteran of the global smartphone wars, Apple is used to courtroom battles with fierce competitors such as Samsung and Nokia.


STEM education for Malaysian schoolkids

Eduspec Holdings Berhad is bringing in the STEM CS, a teaching methodology developed based on research by Carnegie Mellon University into Malaysia, to teach schoolchildren computer programming.


Satellite Internet gets a fresh look, cash infusion

The race for Internet service from space is on, again.


Dutch team launches free ‘Airbnb’ site for refugees

Three young Dutch start-up entrepreneurs have launched a website to find temporary accommodation for refugees fleeing to Europe, modelled on the popular Airbnb home rental site.


‘Seismic alert!’: Apps warn Mexicans of quakes

A powerful earthquake strikes off the Pacific coast of Mexico. Within seconds, radio transmissions, megaphones and smartphone apps blare warnings to the capital’s 20 million people before the ground shakes.