Regulator closes news sites for running without permits, conducting interviews in the names of legitimate news agencies and editing false information for blackmail.
Google is entering the game console business to avert Apple from gaining a major foothold with its anticipated new home entertainment products, press reports say.
Are open-source software organizations volunteer-driven projects or corporate pet projects? The line is hazy.
The IT service provider spends more than half of its US$2.5 billion R&D budget on cloud-related offerings.
In Chicago, you can realize your creations, for free.
Clean dockside power would help clear the air and lower the CO2 in port cities.
Your digital strategy should create trust in your brand, faith in your products and services, and a great customer experience. Here's a tactical look at how to get there.
Mir display server will be the default choice in Ubuntu 13.10, while Kubunut will remain on X, citing community development.
The Australian Senate has today passed legislation that will crack down on misuse of the skilled worker visa scheme.
Many top athletes and professional dancers say that thinking about their movement interferes horribly with their performance. Barbara Montero says no, that often it is absolutely necessary.
Whether it's the Coalition's Malcolm Turnbull or Labor's candidate, any future communications minister faces the same long-term issues — and geek lobbyists must learn to deploy better skills.
In a hotly contested tender for the first licenses available for foreign carriers, the two telcos pipped 9 other groups including carriers such as SingTel, Bharti Airtel, KDDI and Digicel.
Australian opposition leader Tony Abbott has claimed that Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull invented the internet in Australia.
Many offices are turning to open designs. But to increase productivity that's not enough.
When rumors surfaced that Apple was developing a smart watch all of the big players jumped into the fray. WSJ reports that Google is developing a smart watch to follow to its smart glasses.
The U.K. looks set to allow a third person's DNA into an embryo, a world first. Great news for preventing mitochondrial disease, or slippery slope to designer babies?
Change is never easy for users to accept, even if you are introducing new technologies that are supposed to make lives easier or the computing experience simpler.
The news that IBM is reportedly looking to transfer some jobs from Australia to New Zealand caused a bit of a stir — and so it should, as it spoils a few narratives.
BUENOS AIRES -- After 19 years of work, a joint team of Argentine and Cuban scientists just released a cure for cancer, of sorts. Will it be a medical -- and financial -- hit?