NEC has launched a new Mobile Facial Recognition Appliance that recognises the face of each and every customer as soon as they set foot on the premises.
Three minutes with Michel Emelianoff, executive vice president of Alcatel-Lucent and president of Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, on the personal computer era shifting into the "Personal Cloud Era" with the surprising new entrant, the tablet.
The "Internet of things" involves connecting devices that can manage various operations including, in this case, protecting the rainforests from illegal monitoring.
Struggling after earnings fall short and competition heightens, Rim makes an aggressive move to boost sales in the world's second-biggest mobile phone market.
Professional social networking company LinkedIn started its Singapore office about 7 months ago and is set to double its staff there next year.
Twitter goes into orbit this week with a NASA astronaut who will tweet from the space station.
Gartner analysts say Asia Pacific vertical market tech spending will grow slowly in 2009.
The region posted its slowest PC sales growth since Gartner analysts started tracking its trends.
Volume and sophistication of online attacks are increasing, CA researchers say.
Employees say non-work-related surfing makes them more efficient.
The region has a 39 percent share of the world's broadband use, and subscriber numbers have nearly quadrupled in 5 years.
Apple got busted in Britain for its 'misleading' ads, but other mobile marketers are also guilty, analyst says.
The fastest growth in broadband is in Asia, which will soon overtake Europe for the most connections, analysts say.