Internet, Computing & Cellular

About 150,000 Gmail account holders woke up to a nightmare this morning, with all their Gmail content gone

Google explains that “less than 0.08%” of all Gmail users were affected by the bug, which completely reset accounts, even down to the detail offering a welcome message to those users when they first logged on today. They, and especially visitors t...

Apple iPad 2 Release Date: Wednesday March 2, 2011

Well, we've got a date (March 2) and a theme ("Come see what the year 2011 will the year of"), so the only question remaining is what the new iPad 2 will officially look and feel like. Here is some of what is almost inevitably included:


South Korea's Internet To Be 200 Times Faster Than In US

By the end of 2012, South Korea intends to connect every home in the country to the Internet at one gigabit per second. That would be a tenfold increase from the already blazing national standard and more than 200 times as fast as the average hous...

Providing every means of communications available to all those who are in need of free communication

We are trying to help with providing every means of communications available. Please distribute this information to all those who are in need of free communication.


Cuban asks Obama, Google chief for free Internet

Cuban folk star Silvio Rodriguez urged US President Barack Obama and Google CEO Eric Schmidt on Monday to provide free Internet to developing countries.

Yahoo's Hong Kong Challenge

Asia Media Journal 18.02.2011
Yahoo's Hong Kong Challenge

As head of Yahoo’s operations in Hong Kong, Alfred Tsoi has a wealth of ad units developed in the US at his disposal, but he’s pretty choosy when deciding which formats will drive revenues at home.


Paper publishes shocking pictures of skeletal Steve Jobs claiming 'cancer-stricken Apple boss may have just six weeks to live'

Apple founder Steve Jobs has lost an alarming amount of weight and is reportedly sicker than has been previously admitted. The computer genius announced in late January that 'at my request, the board of directors has granted me a medical leave of...

The ominously nicknamed Kill Switch bill and its impact on the Internet is stirring debate.

A raging debate over new legislation, and its impact on the Internet, has tongues wagging and fingers pointing from Silicon Valley to Washington, D.C.


Facebook Places arrives in Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan

Facebook users in Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan now have a better idea of where their friends are. Facebook Places, unveiled last August, is also available in Australia and Japan in Asia Pacific.

Facebook says, 'We have no interest in China'

On the heels of Facebook’s announcement that it will be opening an office in Hong Kong (along its high-profile sponsorship of Hong Kong social media week), the company has done its best to say that its ambitions in this area stop at the Hong Kong-...


If we thought there was no more… Motorola released the Atrix. It's not a mobile phone. It's not a smartphone. It's not a laptop. It is all in one!

It comes with a laptop functioning as a docking station and a full PC (with 8 hours of battery life)! It is also equipped with a pocket docking station that you can connect to any monitor, keyboard and mouse and it's operating as a PC anywhere.

PCCW Presents Advanced Wi-Fi Network Offloading Solutions During Mobile World Congress Enabling Seamless Roaming Between 3G and Wi-Fi Networks

PCCW will showcase the Next Generation Hotspot technology during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain next week. More than 50,000 senior mobile industry leaders from 200 countries who attend the Congress may witness the power of the techn...


topseos.hk Unveils the Best Web Design Firms in Hong Kong for February 2011

topseos.hk, an independent authority on search vendors has named the Best Web Design Firms in Hong Kong for the month of February 2011. All the virtual spokesperson firms recognized next to hundreds of other web spokesperson services have gone thr...

Malware 'Aimed at Iran Hit Five Sites'

The New York Times 13.02.2011
Malware 'Aimed at Iran Hit Five Sites'

The Stuxnet software worm repeatedly sought to infect five industrial facilities in Iran over a 10-month period, a new report says, in what could be a clue into how it might have infected the Iranian uranium enrichment complex at Natanz.


Have Sins To Confess? New App Helps To Admit Misgivings

Nicole Brewer CBS Philadelphia 09.02.2011
Have Sins To Confess? New App Helps To Admit Misgivings

A new app for devices like the iPhone and iPad aims to take the intimidation factor out of Confession for Catholics — and the Church is giving it the thumbs-up.

Social Media Week 'Checks Into' Hong Kong

Alice Truong The Wall Street Journal 07.02.2011
Social Media Week 'Checks Into' Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s digital landscape seems primed for a robust social-media scene. It has a population of seven million. About 80% of households have a broadband Internet connection, and residents, on average, own nearly two mobile phones each. But in re...


Egypt releases activist, Google executive

William M. Welch USA Today 07.02.2011
Egypt releases activist, Google executive

Wael Ghonim, a Google marketing executive for the Middle East, is free following his release by Egyptian authorities 12 days after he disappeared in Cairo.

Mark Zuckerberg -- I Fear My Facebook Stalker

Mark Zuckerberg claims he's being stalked by a man who's been sending him creepy messages through Facebook and threatening his safety ... TMZ has learned.


Google accuses Microsoft on search data; Market leader says rival copies query results

Google has accused arch-rival Microsoft of plagiarising its internet search results in an attempt to narrow the big lead that Google still holds in the highly profitable search business.

200GB to 25GB: Canada gets first, bitter dose of metered Internet

Metered Internet usage (also called "Usage-Based Billing") is coming to Canada, and it's going to cost Internet users. While an advance guard of Canadians are expressing creative outrage at the prospect of having to pay inflated prices for Interne...



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