Assange says will not leave the sanctuary of the Ecuadorean Embassy in London even if Sweden stops pursuing sexual assault claims against him.
The virus is believed to have been used to steal more than US$500mil (RM1.5bil) from bank accounts worldwide.
Huawei unveiled its flagship smartphone, the Ascend P6, which is only 6.18mm thick.
Google requested the court to allow it to publish the aggregate number of national security requests it receives.
The good news is that lots of security vulnerabilities have been repaired - 40 in total, of which all but three are RCEs, or remote code execution holes.
A vast majority of those advertisers are small business owners.
CommVault's Simpana 10 will help Takaful Malaysia protect and manage its data.
A joint-agreement between Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei and Indonesia to harmonise the use of the 700MHz digital radio frequencies at the Infocomm Media Business Exchange
Brocade Inc has come up with a strategy aimed at solving the demanding computing capacity requirements of today's businesses.
Digital display maker BenQ has introduced its 27in GW2760HS VA LED monitor which is flicker free.
There was no shortage of big titles at E3 this year with many third party publishers eager to show off their games running on the new consoles
Bytz gets an early hands-on with two upcoming Micro Four Thirds cameras from Panasonic.
If you can't decide between a tablet or notebook, then the Portege Z10t Ultrabook is the device for you.
Learn from the more experienced to leap ahead of the competition in Proficeo's Coach and Grow programme.
The main attractions at E3 this year was the long-awaited showdown between Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One.
Swiss researchers create a new breed of robots for use in search and rescue operations.
We take a trip to the world's biggest gaming expo to see how the games of the future are shaping up.
Web abuzz about Instagram getting a Vine-style video feed.
Snowden fights back against his critics, and denies allegations that he is a spy for China.
Spotify has promised to unlock the entire Pink Floyd back catalogue if fans stream the 1975 hit.
Samsung plans to sell a variation of its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone.
Malaysia's participation at CommunicAsia is expected to further cement its sphere of influence within the information and communications technology (ICT) sector.
Avoid the unpleasant experience of getting lost on the road with a useful Papago M11 Navigation app.
Maxis myDeal customers will now be able to receive customised offers and deals based on their location.
Press invitations to a product launch seem to confirm ongoing rumours of a handset with a professional 41-megapixel image sensor.
The country is making a greater push for more control over cyberspace as Internet and smart phone usage soars.
Microsoft has launched an app that brings word processing, spreadsheets and presentations to Apple smartphone screens.
Analysts believe they made hopelessly optimistic forecasts for S4 smartphone sales.
The paper apparently is an attempt by spy agencies and the Obama administration to rebut accusations that it overreached in investigating potential militant plots.
Some two-thirds of American parents monitor their children's Facebook activities, according to a study.
A bank clerk falls asleep while typing, and almost causes a major blunder.
FBI director Robert Mueller said authorities would move aggressively to track down Edward Snowden and hold him accountable.
Apple has released its first reference designs for game controllers that work with iPhones and iPads in a bid to standardise features and quality for accessories manufacturers.
Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia has plans to make an announcement on July 11, according to a press invitation sent out on Thursday.
Snowden was an online commentator who anonymously railed against citizen surveillance and corporate greed.
Sony is coming out with a limited edition of red-coloured Vaio notebooks and ultrabooks.
Taiwan has become the latest country to roll out free WiFi for international visitors.
92% of music festival goers are more likely to bring a smartphone to an event than cash or ID, but many fail to guard against loss or theft.
Samsung Electronics' new R&D centre in Nokia's home town highlights the South Korean company's ascendancy over its once dominant Finnish rival.
Apple Inc is exploring launching iPhones with bigger screens, as well as cheaper models in a range of colours, over the next year.
A new solution can turn the standard PC camera into a full 3D gesture-tracking and recognition sensor.
Michael Bay will oversee the film adaptation of Ubisoft's military video game series Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon, reveals Variety.
Lenovo has unveiled three touch-enabled IdeaPad notebooks running Windows 8, namely the Yoga 11s, Z400 Touch and Z500 Touch.
Electcoms Bhd has announced that it is working with Motorola Solutions Inc to migrate all its analogue radio system to digital.
After a series of leaks, Samsung has officially unveiled its latest smart device ahead of a planned event later in June.
Sony Corp aims to make a profit on its new videogame console faster than it did with its PlayStation 3 console.
This will make it easier for users and advertisers to find hot spots of user activity around specific events or topics.
Edward Snowden worked for a Japanese anime company run by friends and went by the nicknames "The True HOOHA" and "Phish."
Roughly one in three Americans say Snowden is a patriot.
Sony insisted Tuesday that the game console war is far from won, despite its PR launch triumph over Microsoft this week.
Now that E3 is underway, there are so many things to check out on the show floor.
The true mobile worker is one that doesn't carry a notebook or a laptop.
Three of the largest US Internet companies called on the US government to provide greater transparency on national security requests.
Not everything will be compatible with every device.
Online document collaboration tool iWork for iCloud which will run across a number of browsers including Chrome and Internet Explorer.
Just about every announcement Sony gave its console an advantage over Microsoft's Xbox One.
We test the cameras on four popular smartphones to see how they stack up.
The Lumia 920 features an 8-megapixel image sensor
Of all the phones in this shootout, however, the One has the lowest megapixel count, at just 4-megapixels.
iPhone 5 features an 8-megapixel image sensor.
The S4 has the highest megapixel count of the smartphones on test here - at a whopping 13-megapixels
So which one was the best camera in our test?
Microsoft has just officially launched the Surface Pro in the Malaysian market.
Sony unveiled the PlayStation 4 in front of a massive crowd of gamers at E3 in Los Angeles.
Edward Snowden, 29,checked out of his Hong Kong hotel hours after going public.
There was a palpable excitement at WWDC this year with the hardware and software announcements.
The Xbox One, will launch in the United States in November for US$499.
The only thing that experts failed to predict was the name - iTunes Radio, not iRadio.
Under the midday sun on a dusty Dakar street, an Internet revolution is taking place in the world's first tablet cafe.
This week the biggest gaming event of the year - Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) - will kick off in the Los Angeles Convention Centre.
A rumour is circulating that Instagram is coming to Windows mobile OS on June 26.
Apple is expected to unveil a streaming music service along with fresh hardware and software at an annual conference on Monday.
Edward Snowden, 29, says he felt the US was building an unaccountable and secret espionage machine.
US Internet companies that want to resist government demands to hand over customer data for intelligence investigations have few legal options.
Most in the mobile gaming industry are having scant success, and even established players like Zynga are faltering.
Google's upcoming changes to the way that computers recognise and validate some websites could cause problems for Windows XP users.
Senator Mark Udall said he thought another look at the law was warranted as reports of the data collection stirred a debate over privacy rights in the United States.
Got an iPhone 4 but want to upgrade without breaking the bank?
There should be a right balance between maintaining control over the company's virtual assets and offering adequate data access, says Acronis.
Nothing lasts forever, but with an estimated 1000-year lifespan, the new M-DISC comes close.
A new patch for Samsung Galaxy S4 will enable users to save apps to microSD cards and will also fix screen issues.
HTC seems to be following Samsung's lead by offering a smaller, easier-to-handle version of its latest flagship phone offering.
Facebook is eliminating various types of ads in an effort to simplify a system that it acknowledged was confusing marketers.
Samsung shares hit by brokerages' downgrades, highlighting concerns of slowing growth for its mobile business.
Europol said a global effort led by Microsoft has succeeded in wiping out the malicious computer networks known as the Citadel Botnets.
Apple, Google, and Facebook on Thursday said they do not provide any government agency with "direct access" to their servers.
The National Security Agency and the FBI are tapping directly into the central servers of nine leading US Internet companies
Consumers the world over still prefer cash and cards to NFC-enabled phones.
Singapore bloggers stage protest against new regulations by 'blacking out' their sites.
Facebook, which once seemed poised to take over the Internet, is showing its limitations.
Samsung has chosen to publish details and images of the Galaxy S4 Active handset ahead of its launch event on June 20.
Finger fatigue after hours of videogaming may soon become a thing of the past.
Microsoft has announced that all small tablets that run Windows 8 will also have Word, PowerPoint and Excel, free of charge.
Publishers gave Amazon.com an "ultimatum" to let them set prices of e-books sold on its website after they reached deals in 2010 to sell through Apple Inc as well.
Samsung is reportedly looking to the rapper to give its products street cred and unique content in a multi-million dollar deal.
Apple intends to unveil the audio ads for the service at its developers conference next week
A major assault on one of the world's biggest cybercrime rings has been launched.
The "kill switches" on mobile devices will render them inoperable when stolen, eliminating any incentive for theft.
The Surface Pro will be available at selected stores nationwide from June 7.
Lai says he is relinquishing his post for "personal reasons".
Intel's new fourth-generation Core processor, formerly codenamed Haswell, is now out.
So you have heard of boutique hotels, but how about a boutique datacentre?
Smartphone sales will eclipse those of basic mobile phones this year for the first time, a market tracker said.
COMPUTEX 2013 is underway in Taiwan now and there have been plenty of exciting new hardware announcements.
Rakuten establishes a corporate Official Account on LINE and a mobile-optimised site.
HTC's COO has stepped down in the middle of a management restructuring intended to improve product quality and supply chains.
Microchip manufacturer Intel is investing US$100mil (RM300mil) in developing devices that can see, hear and feel.
Most US tweens go online without any supervision from their parents, according to a survey.
Intel Corp is ramping up its efforts to have more of its chips used in mobile devices.
Version 8.1 of Microsoft's operating system will put greater security and greater ease of use at consumers' fingertips.
IBM will also create a new division for clients interested in so-called cloud services, a move to better compete with larger rivals in the space
ITC has slapped a ban on the sale of certain older iPhone and iPad models sold by AT&T Inc.
Friendster Sdn Bhd has inked an exclusive partnership with South Korea-based Kakao Corp to promote, market and distribute KakaoTalk and KakaoStory applications in Malaysia.
Professional social networking site LinkedIn has introduced a new and simplifed look to its "Who's Viewed Your Profile" feature.
McAfee Labs reported a surge early this year in malicious software aimed at stealing passwords at social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.
Gartner names Ericsson the global leader in telco operations management based on a combination of licence, services and outsourcing revenue.
CyberSecurity Malaysia's new CEO wants the country's cybersecurity agency to be the point of reference when it comes Internet security matters.
Sharing with everyone what you're up to has just become a little too easy.
Suzlinda is tasked to help Malaysian businesses maximize return on their investment in Microsoft products and technologies.
Samsung Electronics Co said it will use Intel Corp processors to power a new version of one of its top-tier Android tablets.
China's Lenovo Group Ltd said it was in preliminary talks with an unidentified party on a potential smartphone business joint venture.
Mozilla and Foxconn have officially announced that they are partnering on five different devices, including a Firefox OS tablet.
Acer is hoping new tablets and touch-notebook computers will revive its sales in a PC market.
Zynga Inc announced its biggest ever round of layoffs and warned of weak bookings for the current quarter.
Many users will install the app without really understanding what it is they've actually given the app access to.
Canon has launched a trio of cameras, namely the EOS 100D, the EOS 700D and the PowerShot N.
Asia's factory sector lost momentum in May as new export orders in the trading bellwethers of China, Taiwan and South Korea fell or cooled.
At the MetalTech Asia 2013 exhibition, 3D printing company Stratasys showed off its 3D printers for the professional market.
If you have software that relies inflexibly on hard-wired SSL trust lists, take this as a good time to change the way your code works.
Google wants to alleviate privacy fears raised about the camera-enabled Internet-connected eyewear.
Sophos hopes to have a stronger distribution base for its products, especially to the SMEs and public sectors.
Google revealed it has two new sophisticated Android smartphones in the works, one of which will be made in the US.
Some of Google's ideas for password replacements could prove difficult to swallow.
The slew of improvements is aimed at winning over tablet users and placating PC customers alienated by Win 8.
Shares of Facebook Inc jumped 5.6% after two investment brokerages upgraded their recommendations.
Samsung Electronics has chosen an Intel Corp processor to power a new version of one of its top-tier Android tablets.
Microsoft is doubling the internal storage on its flagship hybrid tablet to 256GB ahead of its Japanese launch in June.
The latest iPod Touch model replaces the existing fourth-generation 16GB model and offers a Retina display and Internet connectivity for US$229 (RM702.92).
Surfing the Web or sending text messages within two hours of going to bed may be stressing you out, according to a study.
Samsung Electronics unveiled a slimmed down version of its flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone.
Panasonic Corp said it will cut around 5,000 workers to bolster its operating profit margin over the next three years.
Facebook Inc admitted its systems to remove hate speech haven't worked as well as the company had hoped.
Wearable computing is emerging as the type of significant technology shift that will drive innovation in the way personal computing did in the 1980s.
Company CEO Tim Cook accepted that the future could bring different types of iPhones but rejected phablets as a "compromise."
Taiwanese phone-maker HTC is expected to limit its run of pure Android handsets to just 50,000 examples.
Nokia hints that Pelican Imaging's 16-lens super cameras will be coming to the next generation of Lumia smartphones.
Shoppers in New York City should not be surprised if a smartphone app greets them at the door.
Tim Cook defended the company's record of innovation under his stewardship.
When The Internship hits movie theatres on June 7, Google will be taking more than a little interest in how the film is received.
LG has revealed that it won't be releasing a flexible screen phone or another Nexus device this year, but it will be building an Android tablet.
Press invites to a June 3 product launch event suggest that Mozilla is set to unveil a tablet.
Google's latest web-based PC OS and the notebooks that support it are slowly rolling out to countries beyond the US.
A new study counters prior research findings on the effect of digital devices on reading comprehension.
Lomography ticks me off.
Lego and Sony are fitting an experimental range of Legos with motors, cameras and PlayStation controllers.
Available on all types of smartphones, messaging apps are here to stay.
The advent of mobile messaging apps has made keeping in touch through our phones a pretty decent alternative.
Mobile messaging apps may be all the rage nowadays, but Malaysian telcos aren't completely giving up on SMS just yet.
The four most influential US tech companies are each planning HQs that could win a Pritzker Architecture Prize for hubris.
HTC looks set to launch a new version of its flagship phone with a bigger, 5in screen.
Amazon is giving fans a chance to add their own personal touches to their favorite fiction - and get paid in the process.
Premium German camera company Leica is teasing its fans ahead of a surprise launch of a new model.
With the Optimus GJ, consumers have another handset that can withstand the wear and tear of a summer beach holiday.
Amazon is expanding sales of its Kindle tablet computers and its Appstore in nearly 200 countries.
The EC is investigating if Apple Inc used anti-competitive iPhone sales tactics to squeeze out rival smartphone makers from Europe.
Google intends to finance, build and help operate wireless networks from sub-Saharan Africa to South-East Asia.
Google Inc is in talks to buy Waze, an Israeli mapping start-up that has held discussions with several large technology companies.
ACER Malaysia has launched two new Windows 8-based Aspire notebook series, the convertible R7 and the hybrid P3 Ultrabook.
Samsung's new flagship device has stolen the title of best smartphone from LG's Optimus G in Consumer Reports's latest round of testing.
It is important to find out what's true and what is a hoax before we inadvertently start forwarding information online.
The iPhone still scores the highest consumer satisfaction marks but Motorola, Samsung and Nokia are closing the gap.
Bold acquisitions, a foray into mobile gadgets, and a relatively light debt load are setting Lenovo apart from PC rivals.
Hewlett-Packard Co raised its 2013 earnings outlook after quarterly results beat low expectations.
Twitter has begun rolling out an optional "login verification" service.
Solid sales have come even as supply issues have snarled the US rollout through some carriers.
61% of women and 51% of men admit to cheating on their partners by secretly watching extra episodes of TV shows they're meant to be watching together.
Tim Cook made no apology for the iPad maker saving billions of dollars in US taxes through Irish subsidiaries.
A tribal war has raged between professional (and talented amateur) photographers as to whether Nikon or Canon rules the SLR and latterly DSLR roost.
Now that Microsoft has revealed its Xbox One, all the next-generations videogame consoles have been announced.
Few foreign activist investors have made much headway in forcing change in Japan, but Sony may prove something of an exception.
Apart from Apple, consumers and business professionals alike show little or no devotion to other mobile computing ecosystems.
Brian Krzanich has launched a sweeping company reorganisation and created a unit aimed at growing its market share in mobile tech.
BlackBerry no longer owns the fast-paced, innovative smartphone world but the company now aims to run it.
Samsung is courting developers in the hopes of bringing more Galaxy-feature-specific apps to its existing and future handsets.
Microsoft gave the world a first look at its new Xbox One, announcing that its gaming console will come with exclusive video and software content.
The device, which is powered by Google's Chrome OS, is available from YTL Communications which is bundling it with its Yes 4G service.