South Korea's pioneering mobile messaging apps have taken their oversized emoticons to Indonesia, intent on breaking the dominance of BlackBerry BBM messaging service in one of the world's most active social media markets.
Sydney. It may sound like science fiction but an Australian team is working on a project to zap orbital debris with lasers from Earth to reduce the growing amount of space junk that threatens to knock out satellites with a “cascade of collisions”. The project is very realistic and likely to be working in the more »
State-run radioisotope firm Batan Tekno on Monday announced plans to build Indonesia's fourth nuclear reactor in the West Java district of Subang, targeting Rp 1.2 trillion ($103.3 million) in investment.
San Francisco. Facebook investors who pushed the company’s shares to a record after it unveiled the $19 billion deal for WhatsApp would be well served to remember — every Internet takeover of more than $10 billion has flopped. Last week’s proposed purchase would be the biggest Web acquisition in more than a decade and only more »
A tiny personal computer that is worn on the ear and can be controlled with the blink of an eye or the click of a tongue is being tested in Japan.
Line, the mobile-messaging service controlled by South Korea’s Naver may meet its target of having 500 million users by year’s end as the company considers whether to hold an initial public offering.
BlackBerry announced on Tuesday that it had set an April launch date and a sub-$200 price tag for the Z3, the Canadian company's newest smartphone for the crucial Indonesian market.
WhatsApp will add free voice-call services for its 450 million customers later this year, laying down a new challenge to telecom network operators just days after Facebook scooped it up for $19 billion.
Samsung unveiled Monday its new flagship Galaxy S5 smartphone armed with a fingerprint scanner and a built-in heart rate sensor to defend its place as the world's industry leader.