Hollywood's traditional media players are facing an unprecedented challenge to their business model as 'cord-cutters' opt to cancel their expensive cable subscriptions in favor of on-demand streaming services.
A protracted strike by hundreds of staff at London's National Gallery over the outsourcing of some services to the private sector ended.
China plans investing $600 million in projects of Kazakhstan Temir Zholy (KTZ), a Kazakh railway company.
Kazakhstan's Air Astana is enhancing cooperation with Chinese HAECO to get world-class maintenance of its aircraft.
Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Investments and Development plans to continue lowering the mobile phone tariffs in Kazakhstan.
Astana residents and guests will be able to enjoy free Internet in the city's buses starting from July 1.
Rap mogul Jay Z launched the rebranded Tidal music streaming service with major star backing.
Foreign experts believe Kazakhstan’s Shymbulak mountain skiing resort located in Almaty oblast should revise its pricing policy.
Eurasian Union member states activating single services market in more than 40 service sectors.
Twitpic put out word that the service is shutting down after all, apologizing for a "false alarm" that a merger would be its salvation.
Facebook announced it was buying California-based cybersecurity startup PrivateCore, in a move to boost defenses of its vast server network.
China has confirmed its decision to block popular foreign messaging services as an anti-terrorist measure.
Kazakhstan's biggest telecommunications operator KazakhTelecom has introduced a single dial-in number for its reverse charge call service.
Gale warning has been issued for several regions of Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan has risen by 10 stands in the UN e-government index.
Kazkommertsbank has launched a contactless payment system that uses mobile phones in Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstani banks are starting to provide consultations over WhatsApp.
Green hot water runs from taps in Astana apartments.
South Korea, already one of the most wired countries on earth, Wednesday announced a 1.6 trillion won ($1.5 billion) plan to set up a next-generation 5G wireless service quick enough to download full-length films in a second.
Venturesome teenagers of Astana arrange staged fights for a fee for other teenagers, who want to impress their girlfriends.