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E-cigarettes could save millions of lives, conference told
E-cigarettes could save millions of lives, conference told

Switching to e-cigarettes could save millions of smokers' lives, a conference on the increasingly popular devices heard Tuesday, though some experts warned more research on the health effects is needed.

E-cigarettes could save millions of lives, conference told
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Kazakhstan to host 2014 Global Forum on Electronic Government

The 2014 Global Forum on Electronic Government will be held Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan to host 2014 Global Forum on Electronic Government
China's e-cigarette inventor fights for financial rewards
China's e-cigarette inventor fights for financial rewards

The Chinese inventor who dreamed up the electronic cigarette in a nicotine-induced vision says that despite its global popularity, copycat versions and legal disputes mean he has battled to cash in on his creation.

China's e-cigarette inventor fights for financial rewards
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Smartwatches to light up Berlin electronics show

Smartwatches look set to dominate this year's IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin, which opens Wednesday, stealing the limelight from smart phones and tablet computers.

Smartwatches to light up Berlin electronics show
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Microsoft to help Kazakhstan introduce e-learning and e-healtcare

A memorandum of understanding on cooperation in informational technologies has been signed between Kazakhstan Ministry of Transport and Communications and Microsoft Kazakhstan.

Microsoft to help Kazakhstan introduce e-learning and e-healtcare
Mysterious Steve Jobs emails hang over Apple trial
Mysterious Steve Jobs emails hang over Apple trial

The late Steve Jobs took center stage Monday in the latest twist in the Apple antitrust trial on ebooks.

Mysterious Steve Jobs emails hang over Apple trial
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Apple leader admits e-book prices rose with iPad launch

Apple's chief dealmaker acknowledged Thursday that prices of best-selling ebooks rose after the tech giant launched iPad book sales in 2010, but denied any role in a plot to fix prices.

Apple leader admits e-book prices rose with iPad launch
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Apple clashes with Amazon in e-book case

Apple attorneys in the US antitrust case on e-books went on the offensive Thursday, attacking the credibility of government witnesses and seeking to debunk key elements of the government's case.

Apple clashes with Amazon in e-book case
Apple called 'facilitator' of ebook pricing shift
Apple called 'facilitator' of ebook pricing shift

Apple was accused of being a "facilitator" and "go-between" of a publishing industry shift that led to higher e-book prices, in testimony on Tuesday in a US antitrust trial against the firm.

Apple called 'facilitator' of ebook pricing shift
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Best Buy withdraws from Europe

US electronic goods retail giant Best Buy confirmed Tuesday it was withdrawing from Europe, selling its stake in its joint venture launched with Carphone Warehouse Group.

Best Buy withdraws from Europe
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Panasonic to shrink TV business, exit plasma: report

Embattled Japanese electronics giant Panasonic plans to scale down its television business and withdraw from manufacturing plasma displays.

Panasonic to shrink TV business, exit plasma: report
Smoking out tobacco: The rise of the e-cig
Smoking out tobacco: The rise of the e-cig

The camera zooms in on a stubble-bearded hunk dragging on a cigarette and blowing out a thick cloud of smoke with what seems to be great satisfaction.

Smoking out tobacco: The rise of the e-cig
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MasterCard has first swipe in Myanmar

MasterCard on Thursday said it had signed a deal with a Myanmar bank that it hopes will pave the way for electronic payments, in an impoverished country where most transactions are made in cash.

MasterCard has first swipe in Myanmar
Kazakhstan Minister of Transport and Communications Askar Zhumagaliyev. Photo courtesy of pm.kz
853 licensing documents will be cut in Kazakhstan

80 permitting documents and 60 percent of socially important services are to be switched to the electronic format by the end of the year: Minister.

853 licensing documents will be cut in Kazakhstan
    Kazakhstan Minister of Transport and Coomunications Askar Zhumagaliyev. Photo courtesy of pm.kz
Kazakhstan Transport and Communications Ministry working on implementation of mobile payments

Kazakhstan Minister of Transport and Coomunications Askar Zhumagaliyev talked about implementation of mobile payments in Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan Transport and Communications Ministry working on implementation of mobile payments
Kazakhstan's e-government
Geneva is interested in Kazakhstan’s e-government

The interest to Kazakhstan is a result of the country’s dramatic rise in the UN e-government ranking.

Geneva is interested in Kazakhstan’s e-government
Chairman of Kazakhstan National Bank Gregory Marchenko. Photo by Yaroslav Radlovskiy©
National Bank preparing for e-tenge

Kazakhstan National Bank is working on implementation of e-tenge electronic money system.

National Bank preparing for e-tenge
Kazakhstan electronic government
Kazakhstan advanced in UN Global e-Government Survey

Kazakhstan has improved its positions in the UN e-Government Survey: Karim Massimov.

Kazakhstan advanced in UN Global e-Government Survey
First electronic service was launched at e-government in 2007. Photo courtesy of pm.kz
Kazakhstan electronic government issued over 10 million certificates

Kazakhstan’s electronic government has issued over 10 million certificates since its launch.

Kazakhstan electronic government issued over 10 million certificates
Assembling monitor. Photo courtesy of aktau-news.kz
Aktau to provide Kazakhstan's population with tablet PCs in 30 years

Tablet computers, flatscreen TV-sets and monitors with “Made in Aktau” sign will appear in Kazakhstan stores.

Aktau to provide Kazakhstan's population with tablet PCs in 30 years