Think you need to be an art expert to fully appreciate art? A study of the heart rates of museum-goers proves that notion wrong.
Techies loves SharePoint, but business leaders expect more. Is it time to put greater reliance on Yammer? And, if so, what does that say about Microsoft's commitment to the cloud?
Japanese firm will cut 5,000 jobs by merging its LSI chip unit with Panasonic's, and has cut its full-year forecast to a loss of US$1 billion.
Australia's Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull will avoid bill shock on his next overseas trip thanks to a global SIM.
[UPDATE] Unable to justify the cost of adapting its BlackBerry 10 operating system to the Japanese language and experiencing market share loss, Canadian phonemaker will stop direct sales in Japan.
Companies shouldn't resist the growing call to let employees use their own devices for work. It saves money, makes employees work more, and increases happiness. Stop fighting it!
BUENOS AIRES -- As she enters her eighth decade, art world icon and Warhol pal Marta Minujin marries art, plans her death, and explains why art isn't what it used to be.
While WhatsApp may be the dominant cross-platform mobile messaging service, several similar services like Hike and eBuddy-XMS are looking to find a foothold in the crowded market space.
The government is all gung-ho about taking broadband to the remote villages of India, but IT can't address all the problems of rural India such as the need for better roads.
Japanese telco hopes its 10 billion yen venture fund and new incubation program will help foster startups that can bolster its mobility business.
Indian telco will regroup its current three regional hubs for domestic operations into eight hubs, to build a "more connected organization which is closer to the marketplace".
Called Kingsoft Install Essential, the app is designed by a Beijing software developer and was downloaded over 1 million times before it was removed. Apple ruled the app failed to comply with its recently added guideline.
Mega has made a surprise switch of CEOs from low-profile Tony Lentino to former InternetNZ CEO Vikram Kumar.
With this $2 sensor system, you can know if your parcel is damaged before you sign for it. It logs into its memory any g-forces it experiences above a set shock level.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about food safety issues.
Vodafone has continued to see revenue decline, but has slowed the number of customers it is losing.
Looking for some new branding and merchandising strategies, RadioShack is touting its new CEO as an "experienced retail executive and merchant."
SpiderOak is a cloud based data storage service with a difference -- it has no idea what its customers are storing.