It said that the claim "seems like an ad for CrowdStrike, which has been alarming people on the threat in cyberspace for quite some time". -Reuters
Malaysia becomes centre of online crime perpetrated by Africans: US officials. -Reuters
Banks are expected to close more unprofitable branches while they invest in mobile and online services for customers who want to bank while on the move. -Reuters
Tactics include telling victims that they have won a prize but would have to pay certain "fees" to claim it. -The Star/ANN
Security firm CrowdStrike Inc said that the group is one of the most sophisticated of the 30 it tracks in China. -Reuters
Those accessing government e-services that involve sensitive data and transactions may soon have to enter a one-time password sent via SMS or security tokens. -MyPaper
The latest report is in line with the previous launch and availability dates of the iPhones. -Hardware Zone
The transition in the TV market from plasma to next-generation LCD or OLED TVs has gained steam. -Korea Herald/ANN
First time that an antitrust body here has taken corrective action against international app store operators. -Korea Herald/ANN
Line has lured 470 million users with its simple design and elaborate emoticons, such as a cartoon happy-go-lucky rabbit. -Reuters