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DesignCrowd launches in the Asia Pacific

DesignCrowd launches its crowdsourced design efforts in the Philippines, India and Singapore.

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e27 Partners With Milaap for Entrepreneurship Development Fund

Singapore-based startup media organization e27 has announced a partnership with Milaap establishing a microfinance fund in India. Contributors wanted!

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25% of Facebook Users in APAC

A quarter of Facebook’s population lives in the Asia Pacific region, says SocialBakers. Infographic inside.

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Thousands Face Internet Loss as FBI Shuts Off DNS Changer Servers

More than 300,000 people, including many in the US, UK, India and China, could lose internet access later as the FBI shuts off servers used by cyber thieves.

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India: 50 Million Phones Shipped in Q1 2012, But Smartphone Sales Have Declined

The mobile market continues to grow in India, with feature phones leading the pack. Trends show that India is fond of multi-SIM phones and cheap handsets.

Dropmyemail now offers 25GB and 50GB of email backup space.

Dropmyemail Offers 25GB and 50GB Backup Plans

Cloud email backup service Dropmyemail offers 25GB and 50GB of space for SMEs and power users.

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Gang Arrested for 10M Rupee Cash Machine Fraud in India

India-based fraudsters who had found a novel way to steal money by tricking cash machines have been arrested. About 10M rupees have been stolen this way.

Dropmysite takes over Orbitfiles, boosting its user base to almost 1 million.

Dropmysite Buys Orbitfiles, Pumps Up User Count to 0.9M

Singaporean startup Dropmysite buys out US-based cloud backup and sharing site Orbitfiles.com for an undisclosed amount.

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Asia Pacific CEOs Increasingly Brand & Social Media Aware

CEOs in Asia Pacific corporations are found to be more aware of brands, and more likely to respond to social media inputs in their respective businesses.

Aakash is a $35 basic touchscreen tablet aimed at students can be used for functions like word processing, web browsing and video conferencing. The Indian government intends to deliver 10 million tablets to students across India, and has announced version 2 of the cheap tablet computer. (AP Photo/Gurinder Osan)

India’s Aakash Tablet 2 Launched as World’s Cheapest Tablet Computer

India has unveiled a new version of what is says is the “world’s cheapest tablet computer” – the Aakash 2.

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