Are male entrepreneurs the anti-social 'bad boys' in their youth?
Australia has looked at the issue of overcharging from tech vendors, and so should New Zealand.
Global population models project anywhere from 8.3 billion to 10.9 billion people will inhabit the planet by 2050. Resource-based forecasts tell a different story.
Australia's second-largest telco Optus has appointed former Hutchison CTO Vic McClelland to head up its network division.
The new Cloud Services Policy mandates that state government IT initiatives in NSW must look at open standards and cloud-based solutions when procuring IT systems.
NBN Co's board knew it would revise down the wireless network forecast for June months before it was announced, but kept that secret to itself.
Sharing tech is a viable option for small companies that can't afford to invest in the solutions they need. By teaming up with other companies, they can get access to otherwise out-of-reach resources.
Few thought Palm Island in Dubai would happen. Raouf Ghali made sure it did, along with some of the world's other landmarks.
Smart grid technologies aren't for urban areas alone. But as Bluebonnet is discovering in Texas, the rural path to a modern utility system has its own unique obstacles.
Last Monday we told you that the NSA spying controversy would be a big thing unless there was another "wardrobe malfunction". That same morning, mainstream media led with stories of Miley Cyrus having a malfunction of a "twerking" nature. Did we not tell you this would happen? VMA trumps NSA. Figures.
If the status quo remains in place, Verizon's deal makes sense. However, if the U.S. wireless industry---already saturated---sees a price war or Sprint and T-Mobile step up Verizon's assumptions may be challenged.
Can government intervention finally get contamination under control?
Will Microsoft's acquisition of Nokia's device and services unit be a worthy investment?
Microsoft may be poised to deliver the near-final release candidate of Visual Studio 2013 sooner rather than later.
In the U.S., according to MIT researchers who tracked emissions from vehicle tailpipes, industrial smokestacks, rail operations, and other sources. Which cities suffered the worst impacts?
A new patent application filed by the tech giant would give parents ultimate, absolute control over their children's smartphones and tablets.
Intel spells out its plans for the microserver market and how its new Avoton chip will help it see off the threat from ARM in the emerging ultra low-power server space.
Verizon has agreed to pay $130 billion for Vodafone's stake in the joint venture Verizon Wireless.
Windows Phone is the third-placed mobile operating system, well behind the two leaders; except for some countries where it's actually ahead of iPhone. What's going on and could Windows Phone get even stronger?