Xiaomi has launched Mi3, its latest flagship 3G smartphone, in Hong Kong, as the fast-growing Chinese handset maker continues its oversea foray.
The company has teamed up with Hutchison Telecom to exclusively sell the new Mi3 in the city through the telco’s mobile operation, 3 Hong Kong.
Amy Lung, managing director of mobile operatio

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SIMalliance general secretary Herve Pierre made a call to mobile operators to accelerate NFC infrastructure developments.

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Accenture has opened an Innovation Center for Financial Services in Jakarta to showcase digital and mobile banking innovations designed to support strategic growth for banks and financial service providers in Indonesia.
The company said the center offers a new venue for financial industry executives to access some of Accenture’s solutions that can help promote

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The global networking arm of India’s Reliance Communications has unveiled a new look, and it’s not a minor makeover.

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Vodafone denies hiding instructions for attacks by Egypt's ousted Muslim Brotherhood in a recent ad campaign in the country.
The operator says there is no hidden message in the campaign, which was produced to promote a special offer designed to encourage subscribers to reactivate old SIM cards.
Vodafone says the claims of covert instruct

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Thai satellite operator Thaicom is reportedly considering uprooting and moving to another country in Asia, due to ongoing concerns over political risk.
The company has launched a review into the benefits and drawbacks of relocating its satellite hub to one of the other 13 Asia-Pacific countries reached by its satellite footprint, the Bangkok Post

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Telstra and Cisco have announced a first-of-its-kind alliance that signals an inflexion point in the evolution of the global infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) market.

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Big Data analytics was meant to underpin the next big leap of innovation, productivity gains, and growth.

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Server revenues in Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) grew a modest 1.3% to total $9.98 billion in 2013, according to IDC.
The modest growth in 2013 was in sharp contrast to the heady 17% growth recorded in 2010 and 2011, which was fuelled by massive infrastructure buildout by Web 2.0 and cloud service providers in China.
The server marke

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