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The search giant is investing in a $300 million underwater cable -- the latest in its business efforts to improve Web connectivity for users.
A Thai correspondent speaks to CNET about the junta's efforts to clamp down on the use of Google, Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Instagram, and more.
As Optus' market share lags behind Telstra, the company has announced plans to expand 4G coverage to 90 percent of Australians within the year.
The new 100Gbps fiber-optic link will open up international communications for 15 telecommunications companies and protect against severed cables or other problems.
Mobile network operators at Mobile World Congress press for better government treatment, fewer free services, and no unlimited data plans.
Sure, the high-end smartphone market is stuffed with iOS and Android, but demand for low-cost phones gives Mozilla and its browser-based OS a chance to chow down.
Besides attracting a lot of interest, the new Samsung Galaxy S4 is generating a lot of questions. In this FAQ, CNET tackles your top queries.
The microblogging site says it will have an app available for the browser-based mobile operating system when handsets launch in the next couple of months.
Partners backing the browser-based mobile operating system include phone maker LG Electronics and 18 mobile network operators across the world. The first phones are due in the second quarter.
The company has been working closely with Everything.me on "creating a compelling content experience" for the Firebox browser.