Google's Project Loon has previously tested their "Internet by balloon" experiment in locations like New Zealand and Chile, and now, it will take its services to Indonesia, where 2 out of 3 citizens don't have a regular online connection.
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Google's parent company wants to connect remote regions to the Internet. Next stop: Southeast Asia.
The Chinese smartphone maker is scaling back its launch ambitions to focus "a ton of effort in India and Indonesia," where growth is robust.
The country’s anti-pornography law forbids any sort of nudity, something the government claims it found in roughly 15,000 videos on the streaming site.
The handset ships with a 5-inch display and comes with Blackberry 10.2.1.
The second generation of the Sonos wireless speaker is already pricey in the US, and it will cost even more when it debuts in Asia on November 25.
The Uber-equivalent of the region plans to offer carpooling services in Singapore and five other countries that will allow customers to save cash on their commute.
The Web browser's data-management app will be integrated on new phones from 14 Android smartphone makers, letting users shave up to 60 percent off their data usage.
From virtual-reality goggles to free Internet access, the world's largest social network is finding new ways to expand beyond its billion daily users.