The French government is pondering over introduction of new tax on technology specifically on products like smartphone, tablets and laptops as a move to protect the French culture.
Government of India started rolling out, rather quietly, a project last month through which it will have access to everything that happens over the telecommunications links in India – be it phone calls, text messages, online activity, and even social media interactions.
Google has indirectly walked right into one of Middle East's most obstinate conflict by putting Palestine as an independent nation wiping off the term Palestinian Territories and replacing it with Palestine in its localized search page.
According to reports Skype, WhatsApp, Viber and other such messenger applications may face a ban in Saudi Arabia if authorities are not allowed by the application service providers to censor them. Currently the Communications and Information Technology Commission is working with application service providers on the issue reports Gulf News.
The tech-savvy Chief Minister of Gujarat, Mr. Narendra Modi, is all set to address the prestigious Google Big Tent Activate Summit 2013 to be held on March 21 this month.
The Government of Germany is showering its love on BlackBerry as the German Chancellor Angela Merkel along with other agencies is reportedly using the recently released BlackBerry Z10.
Kevin Mitnick, who was one of the most wanted computer hacker in the US at one time, is now heading a security consultancy firm – Mitnick Security Consulting, and is entrusted with the task of securing Sunday's presidential elections in Ecuador.
The Indian Government has decided it won’t be using telecom equipments from international vendors and has barred all such foreign companies from participating in the US$3.8 billion national optical fiber network (NOFN) project.
The R18+ game rating has gone live in Australia making way for gaming companies to sell and import titles that were otherwise not allowed.