Microsoft's webified Office will catch up to some of Google's Docs collaboration features.
A simultaneous hackathon will connect developers in Bangalore and Silicon Valley and provide US$75,000 in cash and prizes. It's aimed at creating a new generation of open and innovative collaboration tools.
Still don't understand software-defined networking? You're not alone -- but you should really learn about it now.
Data from admissions, exhibits, merchandise sales and membership is being used to get a better handle on popularity and preferences.
Lenovo has produced a hybrid for the enterprise in the ThinkPad Helix. The Helix couples performance with function to appeal to professionals with a lot of cash.
Eagerly-awaited documentary High Tech, Low Life released this week online. The film chronicles life on the edge for two bloggers under China's increasing surveillance and propaganda directives.
2.76 million fixed line and mobile phone users and 1.47 million Web users in region registered for services using their real identities in 2012, following a local regulation the year before to reduce social problems.
The shopping site becomes the second Southeast Asian e-commerce business under Rocket Internet's stable to get a US$100 million injection in as many months.
Intel is now part of the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) Board of Directors, joining firms including Qualcomm, Samsung and Broadcom.
The Chinese video streaming site and the U.S. chip giant will work on H.265 technology to give viewers mobile access to high quality video content on the site through Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor.
ScaleIO's elastic virtual SAN pitch is reportedly encouraging EMC to get its chequebook out.
The future of 3D printing might have got a little brighter with Stratasys's planned acquisition of MakerBot.
Last week, Stéphane Richard was put under investigation in a case of suspected organised fraud. The board of the telco has announced they intend to keep him as CEO of the company.
Last year, the software development vendor opened in India as it had a huge developer population which it wanted to connect with. The office could soon expand beyond a sales and marketing to include support and development.
The FTC is soon to take on firms that exist purely to buy and collect royalties on patents.
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