Australian Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has repaid an AU$13,000 bill for mobile phone use overseas that was originally charged to the taxpayer.
Will the just-announced lower-power/higher-battery-life version of the Intel core 'Ivy Bridge' chip make it into the Microsoft Surface Pro devices which are due to ship by the end of January 2013?
Kevin Kim, iOS developer, author and cofounder of AppOrchard and I discuss his new Apress book: More iOS 6 Development: Further Explorations of the iOS SDK.
The datacentre provider forked out AU$11.75 million for an existing facility at Macquarie Park.
South Korean consumer electronics maker beats analyst forecasts for the fourth quarter of 2012, with operating income reaching 8.8 trillion won (US$8.2 billion).
Mobile phones will soon only unlock with your fingerprint.
Vendors of business analytics tools are keen to widen the appeal of their products, and TIBCO is no exception with its latest Spotfire release. Top of a long list of enhancements is a best-practice Recommendations...
Sprint is adding a Samsung and an HTC Windows Phone 8 device to its network 'by this summer.'
Luminescent road markings. Overhead lights powered by the draft of passing cars. Take a drive on the road of the future in this 1-minute clip from a country better known for bikes than autos.
South Korean electronics giant unveils its Ultra High-Definition S9 TV and showcases several software innovations such as Smart Hub and S Recommendation at CES 2013 to bolster its TV business.
Regulators have proposed minimum noise requirements on EVs to make them safer for pedestrians.
Tweede Nuwe Jaar, or Second New Year, is a centuries-old party that traditionally kicks off on January 2 and inspires revelers to form "klopses," or troupes, and compete for recognition.
Web site of country's Senate Majority Leader Vicente Sotto III defaced by hacktivist group Anonymous Philippines, protesting against the controversial Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.
You may capture the FBI's attention if you use "call my mobile," "cover up" or "failed investment" in your email conversations.
Bureau of Telecommunications Regulation studying mechanisms to make operators compensate users, or play mutually supportive roles in case of a network breakdown, following several network blackouts last year.
The slate would run Android Jelly Bean and sport a 2,560x1,600 display, while the company also has a new 7-inch Jelly Bean tablet in the works.
With a 4G auction looming, 3G congestion nipping at its heels, the NBN in put-up-or-shut-up mode, and an election on its way, 2013 is certain to be a thrill a minute. But as analog TV gear stares at its future in the pit of obsolescence, can Labor avoid the same?
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about the biofuel industry.
Gary Cohen, head of the company formerly known as Hyro, is suing the Kit Digital for AU$15.2 million plus damages for breaching the contract of sale for Hyro's digital business.