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Wanted: 12 programmers to live on a remote tropical island for two months to do nothing but write code.
Samsung has disabled local search in an update to the international version of its flagship Galaxy S3 smartphone, following a patent dispute with Apple.
More than 10,000 suspects have been arrested and 600 criminal gangs “busted” in China’s latest cybercrime crackdown, the authorities say.
Thousands of Australians have received a “death threat” text, demanding they pay 5,000 Australian dollars or face being murdered.
China’s largest internet search engine Baidu, has reported a 70% jump in profits in the second quarter, amid continued growth in its advertising revenue.
Internet piracy rates in New Zealand have halved since the introduction of the controversial “three strikes” rule, a record industry group has said.
Mobile phones are now the most common way for people to connect to the internet in China, and 50% of users are from rural areas.
Samsung has bought the mobile-phone technology division of CSR, the British firm formerly known as Cambridge Silicon Radio.
The FBI is investigating Chinese telecoms equipment-maker ZTE over allegations it sold banned US computer gear to Iran, according to a report.
Google has started uploading the latest version of its Android system to users’ smartphones.