Telenor, Norway's biggest telco, looks set to be fined for not giving customers of its wholesale partners the same speeds as it gives its own mobile users.
The South Korean giant is set to receive $1.5 billion after selling part of its stake back to storage developer Seagate.
Consumers in the Asia-Pacific region are more likely than the global average to use their mobile devices for banking purposes and to purchase goods and services, finds SAP survey.
Will consumers jump at the chance to purchase miniature 3D replicas of themselves at the grocery store?
Breakthrough promises to deliver chips for quantum computing with a length of less than 200 microns.
The fight between ARM and Intel just got more interesting as Acer unveils a new Chromebook for $249 with Haswell.
A recent survey finds lack of leadership and strategy toward mobile app development.
Australian taxpayers have been left to pay the large global roaming bills of travelling backbench MPs, including former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.
They discover a compound that halts brain decay. Next step: A drug that deploys it.
The massive open online course site forms partnership with China's open.163.com, social media site Guokr, and online translator community Yeeyan, to extend its online courses to the Chinese market.
The search giant will reward large security improvements to open-source projects that power the internet.
How do you combat rising poacher numbers? Get in the sky.
Overworked corporate IT departments are using more contract labor to help take on new initiatives. Is this a positive trend?
What are some of the world's brands that have fallen most from grace thanks to social media?
Good news for motorists who would rather manipulate their messy slice of pizza than keep their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.
Australian Greens communications spokesperson Scott Ludlam has won his appeal to have the Australian Electoral Commission recount the Senate votes in Western Australia, improving his chances of returning after July 2014.
How is the U.S. government shutdown impacting on citizen health?
We've asked these sorts of questions before, but now we have (or are about to have) a new crop of even more capable hardware. ZDNet's David Gewirtz put it to the acid test: could either serve as his main computer?