Funding will support the creation of a key fostering platform for innovative companies outside the São Paulo-Rio circuit
Is Google Fiber going global? Not quite (to say the least) but the Android giant is reportedly working on getting many more people online soon.
SPOT 2.0? There's a Kickstarter campaign for a new .Net smart watch, a joint project of Secret Labs and House of Horology.
We hold some strange objects in our hands when we are at our PC. Here's a selection sleek, non-squeak mice for geeks.
While nearly 90 percent of business and IT leaders agree that big data can be useful in making intelligent business decisions, only one-third of companies have implemented big-data initiatives.
Intellectual Vendors, which invests in and works with investors and technology businesses to drive innovation and invention, owns the rights to a portfolio of nearly 40,000 patents.
A drawback of MySQL for high-availability websites should soon be eliminated by the MariaDB fork, according to Michael 'Monty' Widenius, the open-source database's main author.
Touchscreen ballot boxes have replaced the usual set-up in two Italian towns.
Switzerland's main telco will not be able to takeover its counterpart in Lichtenstein, the country's parliament has ruled.
The Californian cloud startup has secured $20m in funding to grow its business of helping IT departments discover exactly which cloud services are being used inside their business.
Google is upgrading the certificates it users to ensure communications with its services remain private and secure.
Google employees spent 10 days gathering imagery and data while on an expedition in the archipelago.
Finnish smartphone startup Jolla unveiled its first phone this week, but its Sailfish Alliance seems to be taking a back seat to hardware development.
HTC released their Facebook-focused First about two months ago and then the priced dropped to just 99 cents earlier this month. Reportedly, Facebook may be delaying the UK launch as it looks at changing the Facebook Home experience.
This is the final article of a three-part series where David Gewirtz tests and installs a full-perimeter, Internet-centric, mobile-enabled video surveillance system. In this installment, David reviews the pros and cons of the Logitech Alert system.
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