I cover mobile tech of all types on ZDNet, and it's always interesting to look back to see what got folks' attention.
Aircraft passengers in Europe can expect carriers to permit the use of mobile devices on flights in coming weeks, so long as the devices are operating in 'airplane mode'.
Nokia's rivals fear that the company will begin unfairly milking its patent portfolio, according to the European Commission, but the organisation will be closely observing the former handset maker.
By helping environmental scientists track threats to wildlife habitats, HP is also demonstrating the full range of its technologies and services.
The Chinese government has been funding teams of researchers over the past three years to develop a technology that can obscure objects from view, making them "disappear".
A wave of investment is headed towards the Italian island – but not everyone's convinced it will be a silver bullet.
Another day, another one-day sale for some Android or Windows 8 tablet. Why go for this doorbuster when there'll be one tomorrow? Just a guess, but tablet makers may be starting to sweat.
Four areas of cooperation include a multilateral framework for governance, use of the Internet under UN scrutiny, clamping down on illegal online behavior, and joint efforts in protecting privacy.
Acting chairman of the NBN Committee Stephen Conroy has ordered the executive team of NBN Co to appear before the committee tomorrow after the executives again declined an invitation.
About 400 devices, a mix of Android, iOS, Windows, and OS X, will be covered by Good Technology's offering.
New NBN Co board member Simon Hackett has said that while he prefers fibre to the premises as a network design for the NBN, the focus should be on getting high-speed broadband out to everyone in Australia.
The south-east region of Queensland has made its entire public transport system available on Google Transit.
The Delhi-based startup touts a powerful semantic engine which filters and classifies social media mentions to help brands manage their online reputation management real-time.
Currently, market leader Bharti Airtel is the only telco offering 4G LTE services in India, but that could soon change with Aircel’s plans to jump on the bandwagon within the next 3 to 6 months.
The company has decided on a local exchange rather than a US one to contribute to the local startup ecosystem.
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