The top trending searches of 2014 took on a sombre note with Malaysia Airlines flights MH370, reported missing on March 8 and MH17, shot down on July 17 over the Ukraine, taking the first and third spots on the list.
Key takeaway from Disrupt for entrepreneurs not to expect quick exit Dual MH tragedies bring out dark side in mankind with trademark bid
Following Digital News Asia’s report of an unknown Caribbean firm filing applications to trademark ‘MH17’ and ‘MH370,’ another company has entered the trademark fray, with some curious connections emerging. Gabey Goh reports.
In the wake of the MH17 tragedy, opportunism rears its ugly head – Digital News Asia (DNA) has learnt that claims have been filed to trademark the terms 'MH17' and 'MH370.' Gabey Goh reports.
Trend Micro Inc is warning Internet users to remain vigilant against cybercriminals who are taking advantage of the recent Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 tragedy.
Aviation and telco industries to implement cloud-based real-time flight monitoring Efforts to develop roadmap and framework to be fast-tracked in the wake of MH370
More than than 50 high level experts from all over the world have confirmed their attendance at an ITU discussion of real-time flight monitoring even as Malaysian authorities face mounting international criticism over how they have handled the search operations and investigation into the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
The recent Makeweekend Robotics bootcamp gathered 100 youth to build technology that might help in future large-scale search operations.
Cyber-criminals are taking advantage of the tremendous interest in Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which disappeared on March 8 and is the subject of a massive search and rescue operation.