The Internet Society has launched its Asia Pacific office, with the aim of improving IPv6 adoption in the region forecast to run out of IPv6 addresses in 2012.
IDC says Asia Pacific executives are keen on cloud computing, but would rather not bypass their IT departments in procuring cloud services.
In China, there is a rising trend in the use of locally-developed smartphone and smartphone operating systems.
Tablets will outpace smartphones in web access by 2013, and will comprise 10% of all web traffic by 2014, says Adobe.
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.
To address the rapidly growing and globally important Asian mobile market, the GSMA is launching its Mobile Asia Expo 2012 with focus on The New Mobile Era.
A recent Cartoon Network research has found out that Filipino children are the most connected among their contemporaries from other Asia Pacific countries.
SingTel admits its mobile broadband service is slow, and promises to improve speed and reliability with network upgrades.
Apple Inc., the world’s most valuable company, trumped skeptics once again by reporting blowout iPhone sales.