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[TEL AVIV] A US$200 million Singaporean government-backed fund is planning its first-ever direct investments in Israeli tech startup companies, hoping to build on increasing interest in Asian markets...

[TORONTO] BlackBerry Ltd said on Monday it plans to offer a cloud-based version of its device management platform BES12, a move that will make the service more accessible to small- and medium-sized...

[BARCELONA] Japan's NTT DoCoMo and Finland's Nokia said on Monday they are working together to develop networks running at high frequencies for use in the 5G wireless era - technology...

[BEIJING] China's official news agency Xinhua has re-launched its English-language presence on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, it announced - all of which are blocked in China...

THE Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) and Securities Association of Singapore (SAS) on Monday launched an online e-learning portal on unlisted Specified Investment Products (SIPs) - investment...

[LONDON] Samsung Electronics rebooted its premium Galaxy smartphones with the S6 and S6 Edge, using a three-sided screen, as the company tries to reverse profit declines and market-share losses to...

[NEW YORK] NXP Semiconductors NV agreed to acquire Freescale Semiconductor Ltd., an Austin, Texas-based chip company, for about US$11.8 billion in cash and stock.

[BARCELONA] China's Huawei Technologies unveiled its first smart watch that is aimed at the higher end of the wearables market, a week before Apple is expected to host an event to present a...

[BARCELONA] Several big Asian phone companies launched new high-end smartphones and other wireless gizmos on Sunday, hoping to challenge US giant Apple in a big year for wireless gadgets.

STARTUP activity in Singapore got off to a feverish beginning in 2015, building a momentum that seems unlikely to subside through the rest of the year, observers have told BT.