A report by the South Korean government has found that Samsung remains the country's number one choice for smartphones, despite the launch of Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus late last year.
According to reports, the Shanghai Consumer Rights Protection Commission has found that Samsung and Oppo have been pre-installing apps on its smartphones without informing consumers, infringing on consumers' right to know.
Alcatel-Lucent has secured 4.53 billion yuan with China Mobile and 3.59 billion yuan with China Unicom in two separate contracts to bring the Chinese infrastructure in line with the country's industry and information technology guidelines by 2017.
The elusive Italian spyware and hacking tool provider -- particularly for law enforcement -- had its corporate insides revealed over the weekend.
Telstra has implemented all recommendations from a report into a fire that took out the company's Warrnambool exchange in 2012.
MYOB CEO Tim Reed explains that the company is well positioned to compete with the growing competition in cloud accounting software marketing, including its biggest rival, Xero.
Cover all contingencies in your disaster recovery plan with the help of this checklist. It also includes details and best practices to help you organize and maintain your DR efforts.
Hillary Clinton has told her Democratic party supporters that China is 'trying to hack into everything that doesn't move in America'.
This generation's best minds and our purveyors of capital are focused on the wrong things. If we change that, future generations could marvel at what we accomplish.
Working with encrypted data without decrypting it first sounds too good to be true, but it's becoming possible.
After spending NZ$104 million to replace legacy system CusMod, New Zealand Customs says it remains an important tool.
Cabinet has approved further capital funding taking the total project cost to NZ$136.7 million.
There are still things happening in the mobile space this summer so in between time off Kevin and I recorded this latest MobileTechRoundup podcast.
Many technologists love container technologies. How does this love translate into business value? 'Your boss doesn't lose sleep at night over how many lines of code it takes to automate a VM.'
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending July 3, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
The Fourth of July weekend is here, and if this one is like previous years I'm going to get a flood of people asking me how to go about photographing firework displays with an iPhone. Well, here's what you need to know to do just that.
A top analyst explains how enterprise vendors can develop trust, the foundation for successful sales. It's a lesson for small and large technology vendors!
Reddit fired a popular employee - and its volunteer staff of community administrators took down popular sub-reddit groups in protest. Now, management is trying to make peace with the rebel moderators.
We don't often think about wireless carriers providing more than reliable service, but Verizon is working hard to actively provide emergency communications and opportunities for innovation.