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Twitter flies TV strategy overseas with 2 buys

The social network purchases Mesagraph and SecondSync as it looks to standardize a TV rating system and port its TV vision to the rest of the world.

By Mar. 31, 2014


T-Mobile bulks up overseas calling options with new plan

The $15 plan offers unlimited mobile-to-mobile calling to more than 30 countries.

By Feb. 20, 2014


Nielsen takes online ad-tracking tool overseas

The company that tracks what people watch on TV is expanding to markets outside the U.S. a new tool that measures what people are looking at online.

By Apr. 3, 2013


BBC's iPlayer heading overseas on the iPad

The U.K.'s online broadcasting service, which is currently available only within Britain, will be offered internationally next year.

By Dec. 2, 2010


Apple's iPad Mini goes on sale overseas

Apple's latest pair of iPads -- iPad Mini and the 4th-gen iPad -- go on sale in Australia and other parts of the world, ahead of their U.S. and European launch.

By Nov. 1, 2012


4G overseas roaming on EE coming in 2013

EE launches tomorrow in the UK and has confirmed that 4G data roaming abroad will be available next year.

By Oct. 29, 2012


Overseas hackers nab more than 1TB of data daily

A new report shows that the recent wave of cyberattacks on the U.S. are coming from a highly sophisticated group of hackers that are most likely state-sponsored.

By Feb. 27, 2013


A tale of Apple, the iPhone, and overseas manufacturing

A new report uses Apple and its recent history to look at why the success of some U.S. firms hasn't led to more U.S. jobs. In the process, it offers up interesting details about the evolution of the iPhone and how it was made.

By Jan. 21, 2012


UK Pirate Bayers get overseas help for proxy shutdown

International pirates have come to the help of anyone in the UK wanting to access torrent search engine the Pirate Bay.

By Dec. 23, 2012


USPS to ban overseas shipments on tablets, smartphones, more

Starting next week, people won't be able to ship a whole host of electronics overseas because items like the iPad, Kindle, laptops, and smartphones use possibly combustible lithium ion batteries.

By May. 10, 2012