Japan’s GS Yuasa, the battery supplier for Boeing’s troubled Dreamliner, on Thursday announced a tie-up with German technology giant Bosch to develop lithium-ion batteries.
When Google chose New Zealand to unveil secret plans for a balloon-driven wi-fi network last weekend, it cemented the country’s reputation as a test bed for global tech companies looking to trial their latest innovations, industry experts say.
A US billionaire’s gentle bid to convince Sony to spin off part of its entertainment arm could mark a dramatic shift from previous, mostly unsuccessful, forays by foreign investors into Japan’s cloistered corporate landscape, analysts say.
In a rural classroom in the Thai highlands, hill tribe children energetically slide their fingertips over tablet computer screens practising everything from English to mathematics and music.
The family of an American scientist found hanged in Singapore last year dismissed on Tuesday the city-state’s findings that he committed suicide as “a sham and a cover-up” for a murder.
A Chinese supercomputer is the fastest in the world, according to survey results announced Monday, comfortably overtaking a US machine which now ranks second.
The Singapore government on Monday rejected a conspiracy theory behind the death of an American scientist found hanged in the city-state last year, saying he killed himself after a bout of depression.
Australians were fleeced out of more than Aus$93 million (US$90 million) last year by scammers, and officials on Monday said they believe it was just the tip of the iceberg.
A French anti-racism group on Tuesday launched a smartphone application designed to speed up the removal of racist graffiti.
Taiwan’s computer manufacturer Asus unveiled a mobile device Wednesday that it described as the world’s first three-in-one tablet, laptop and desktop computer.