Singaporean fans of Hello Kitty raged on the web Thursday after their frantic attempts to buy limited-edition toys from the McDonald's website failed when overwhelmed servers crashed, in the latest frenzy over the Japanese cat to hit the city-state.
The organizers of the EXPO-2017 have presented a plan for the online marketing strategy of the upcoming exhibition in Astana.
Google co-founder Larry Page condemned US government snooping on the Internet as a threat to democracy.
Fans are increasingly willing to pay for digital music through subscription streaming services rather than downloading it illegally for free.
Shady agencies at the service of democratically elected governments are among the worst online spies in the world, media watchdog RSF said Wednesday, putting them on the same level as offenders in Iran, China and Saudi Arabia.
Tech titan Microsoft -- which has struggled to keep pace with Sony and its PlayStation 4 -- is pinning its hopes on a new action video game, ironically named "Titanfall."
Bitcoin is not a currency but transactions involving it should be "subject to taxation", Japan's government said Friday, in a move that could pave the way for formal regulations on the troubled virtual unit.
A man named as being the enigmatic creator of Bitcoin on Thursday denied having a role in the virtual unit, telling reporters he was "not involved."
The German and British leaders will officially open the world's biggest high-tech fair on Sunday, amid global debate about data security following revelations of mass US and British online snooping.
Yahoo confirmed that it will stop letting people sign into its online services using credentials from rival Internet titans Facebook or Google.
Facebook is in talks to buy a solar-powered drone startup in what could lead to making wireless Internet available in regions without online access.
Google on Thursday added polar bears to the natural splendor people can glimpse from the comfort of their homes at the Internet giant's free online mapping service.
Vietnam has banned its banks from handling Bitcoins, saying the virtual currency is not legal tender in the communist nation.
Google gave early adopters of its Internet-connected eyewear a bit of advice: don't be "Glassholes."
Astana Opera is presenting the Russian Classic Romance tonight.
The Philippine Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a controversial cybercrime law penalising online libel is constitutional, amid claims it is intended to curb Internet freedom in one of Asia's most freewheeling democracies.
Couples looking to enjoy a romantic Valentine's Day at one Chinese cinema will be out of luck this Friday, thwarted by singles who bought up all the odd-numbered seats.
One 29-year-old woman says it helped her take revenge on her unfaithful husband.
Today's devaluation of tenge in Kazakhstan has affected the work of the e-government website eGov.kz.
The world's wealthiest man Bill Gates would still pick up a $100 bill on the street, but he has no tips about how to get by on less than $100,000 a year.
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