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No root cause for the battery failure has been found, but the FAA just granted permission for test flights to begin.
Government ruling outlawing telcos' sharing of 3G spectrum will break up their pan-India service coverage, and has exposed the dysfunction that exists in one of the world's biggest telco markets.
Samsung is going all out once again to take another bite out of Apple with its new handset, but the competition is getting harder.
If the fight against online piracy involves winning the hearts and minds of the general public, then I despair for the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand.
A rejection on a Twitter ban in Australian Parliament, and the backdown in New South Wales over a proposed ban on court tweets shows that governments are at least attempting to come to grips with the inevitability of social media.
Could the timing of the Coalition’s policy launch turn April’s digital-dividend auction into a huge mess?
Singapore government's mandate to increase efficiency and productivity in the services sector will lead to less human touch and more app interaction.
Here's a cheap way to tap into the benefits of smart car technology, without buying a new car.
The biggest telecom carrier in China, and the world, China Mobile has been criticized for offering far cheaper monthly service plans in Hong Kong than mainland China, triggering much discontent among Chinese customers.
Chinese telecom equipment maker appoints Xu Dejun to head its India operations, amid plans to grow the country's smartphone revenue by 30 percent this year.
If a group of scientists at Union College have their way, the days of foam packaging could be numbered.
Andrew McLaughlin has promoted freedom on the Internet from the White House, Google, and most recently, betaworks. When it comes to the web, he knows what you need to know.
The National Broadband Network construction company Visionstream has picked up another contract with NBN Co that will be worth up to AU$1 billion.
PARIS -- A line of French trains that broke a speed record in 2007 is setting a new record -- for low-priced tickets that cost a tenth of the regular fare.
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