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Qualcomm faces dispute in China over its local trademark

Qualcomm could face another regulatory headache in China, this time over a trademark dispute with a Chinese company that is asking the local government to intervene and fine the U.S. company US$100 billion for alleged infringement.

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The state of open source security

If there's a poster child for the challenges facing open source security, it may be Werner Koch, the German developer who wrote and for the last 18 years has toiled to maintain Gnu Privacy Guard (GnuPG), a pillar of the open source software ecosystem.

CLOUD COMPUTING

Amazon Cloud Drive's unlimited storage plans undercut rivals

Amazon Cloud Drive is taking the "bang for your buck" throne away from Microsoft with new unlimited cloud storage plans.

DATA CENTER

Transformational ICT and Its Impact on Retail Businesses in Hong Kong

Interview with Taylor Man, Executive Vice President, Cloud Business Division, at NTT Com Asia Limited and HKNet Company Limited

IMAGING AND PRINTING

Imagining the ultimate office aid: Ricoh Malaysia contest

A two-month nationwide search among Malaysian companies and individuals is part of a move to drive 3D printing benefits across industry sectors, said Ricoh's Peter Wee.

INDUSTRIES

The signs of spring: Birds, flowers and new tech

Back in the dark ages, when the only way to get onscreen entertainment was by tuning in a television set at a specific time (get home late? miss your favorite show? too bad for you!), networks had a habit of scheduling similar shows opposite each other. The notion was presumably, that the competition would cause one show to win out over the other, which would eventually drop in the ratings and get cancelled. The idea that viewers might be interested in seeing both apparently was not in the networks' psychology.

INTERNET

Oculus's chief scientist: VR will succeed because your vision sucks

Virtual reality has been just beyond our grasp for decades. The parts to build VR headsets were too expensive, the technology too rudimentary to convince anyone that what they were seeing was real.

MOBILE AND WIRELESS

Unlocked HTC One M9 smartphone to sell for US$649

HTC's flagship One M9 smartphone will be available in the U.S. from Friday, with an unlocked version selling for US$649.

NETWORKING

Flaw in common hotel router threatens guests' devices

Corporate travelers should be warned that a Wi-Fi router commonly used in hotels is easily compromised, putting guests passwords at risk and opening up their computers to malware infections and direct attacks.

OPERATING SYSTEMS

First look: Microsoft's Office 2016 IT Pro and Developer Preview

The first glance at the future of Office for Windows is here, in the form of the Office 2016 IT Pro and Developer Preview.

SECURITY

How to prevent ransomware: What one company learned the hard way

In the real world, kidnapping is a risky crime--getting paid usually means getting caught. In the digital world, however, demanding ransom for data, or ransomware, is an escalating epidemic, a popular crime which is leaving many businesses and consumers at risk of losing data.

STORAGE

OCZ Vector 180 SSD review: Good performance plus power failure management

OCZ's latest solid state drive, the Vector 180, offers the speed of the company's Radeon R7 SSD, plus power failure protection and less performance degradation over time. It's hard to argue with those kinds of improvements.

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BLOGS

Has security moved beyond lip service yet?

Are Malaysian organisations and security professionals keeping pace with the shift to the Security of Everything?

Intelligent Infrastructures

Financial Services CIOs need to play it smart and recognise that selectively relying on cloud services enables them to build agile infrastructures

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