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Singapore Registers 1,000 Chinese-language Domain Names

Singapore has registered about 1,000 Chinese-language domain names since authorities began accepting name registrations last year.

Nintendo Chooses Japan's Pica 3D Engine Over AMD, Nvidia

Nintendo's 3DS portable game console uses a graphics processing engine designed by a Japanese company, Digital Media Professionals.

Steering Clear of Tech VC Fads in Australia, Asia

Venture capitalists steer clear of tech VC fads in Australia and Asia.

Sony Ericsson Focused on Smartphones, but Keeps Options Open

Despite the hype that's built up around tablet computers and handheld devices with larger screens, Sony Ericsson remains focused on smartphones.

PayPal: Singapore Can 'Make' Mobile E-commerce Market

PayPal is betting Singapore's government can spur the development and adoption of mobile e-commerce applications.

AT&T Reportedly Bungles Handling of Private Data, Again

AT&T users are reporting that when they log in to their accounts they are given access to the account information of other people.

Skype CEO Envisions Switching Devices During Calls

Skype wants to give users the ability to switch devices without interrupting voice and video calls made using its software.

Singapore, Malaysia Discuss Cuts to Mobile Roaming Charges

Singapore and Malaysia will study ways to cut mobile roaming charges for users travelling between the two countries.

StarHub CEO Not Sure Singaporeans Need Fiber to the Home

While Singapore builds a high-speed network capable of providing 1Gbps Internet access, there are questions over whether users need that much bandwidth.

AU Optronics 'disappointed' by Price-fixing Indictment

AU Optronics expressed disappointment at an indictment brought against it in a price-fixing case filed by the U.S. Department of Justice.

Intel's Eric Kim Clears out His Desk, Joins Low-key Startup

Intel's head of its digital home group resigns to take over as CEO of startup.

Former Tech CEOs Win California Republican Primaries

Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina emerged winners in the Republican primary elections in California on Tuesday.

Chinese Government Whitepaper Reaffirms Internet Policies

A Chinese whitepaper rpraised the Internet for improving access to information but reaffirmed the need to controll access to online content.

Via Gets Another Lenovo Design Win for Nano

Lenovo Group will soon release a small home-entertainment PC based on a Nano processor from Via Technologies

Gigabyte Aims High With $700 Motherboard

Gigabyte showed off its high-end $700 motherboard at the Computex exhibition in Taipei.