Software piracy in the Asia Pacific region has cost software makers at least US$ 21 billion in losses, a report from the Business Software Alliance says.
A recent Cartoon Network research has found out that Filipino children are the most connected among their contemporaries from other Asia Pacific countries.
The U.S. and China agree that there is a need to prevent online attacks between parties from either country, which might lead to “cyber cold war.”
India has now pushed past the U.S. and South Korea as the top spam-sending nation, where 9.3% of spam in the world passes through, says Sophos.
US Supreme Court will hear an appeal from a Thai graduate student who tried to make ends meet by re-selling textbooks first purchased abroad.
Security experts say about half a million Mac computers around the world are infected by Trojan Horse Flashback, and recommend precaution.
Australian government ban on Huawei working on a national broadband network does not herald new rules on Chinese investment, says Trade Minister Craig Emerson.
The Asia Pacific region (excluding Japan) will account for about 6% of the total SaaS market in 2012, with a 21.8% growth over 2011 at US$ 931.4 million.
Apple & Foxconn pledge to limit work hours at its factories in China could force other global corporations to hike pay for Chinese workers who produce the world’s consumer electronics, toys and other goods.
An Apple-commissioned investigation by the Fair Labor Association has found serious issues in labor practices in Foxconn’s facilities in China.