DealOn.com.sg is allegedly offering discounts from merchants which have not signed up for its service, and two affected retailers have lodged police reports against the Web company.
Economic pressures, rising wages, and virtualization are finally pushing data center managers to open up to the idea of outsourcing, breaking their conservative mindsets after years of access to affordable IT resources.
In the midst of complicated new mobile medical technology and apps, SMS is still as useful as ever.
The latest Mac OS X hidden tricks, aka, Easter eggs.
Government drafting a bill to make Internet portal sites liable for damages suffered by consumers on shopping blogs hosted by them.
In a series of editorial spanning a week, state-owned newspaper People's Daily criticizes Apple's discriminatory policies and arrogance toward Chinese consumers. Other local media note the significance of this heavy focus.
The use of enterprise software is thriving, particularly among large companies, with those with 1,000 or more employees reporting a significant increase in the use of enterprise software.
The two governments will work on a draft deterrence strategy to fend off unexpected attacks, and South Korea will also increase personnel for its Cyber Command unit.
JEREZ, Spain -- As motorcycle racing season revs up, will new low-cost bikes be able to compete in this costly competition?
As people push against the limits of what nature freely offers us in terms of fresh water, climate stability and more, how can we use our resources to achieve the greatest return for society?
The author and visiting Harvard professor says everyone should have a role in analytics. 'Narratives' might tell a clearer story.
The government is looking into the possibility of making users of Tencent's mobile messaging app pay local operators for the service, but will prevent collusion among operators to fix the prices.
A new IT system to monitor quotas is the government's latest attempt to help it limit the costs of fuel subsidies for cars in Indonesia, which is eating away state funds.
Should apps go native or web wild? It's a complex proposition for some developers.
If you've been wondering where the growth is in IT, one area is healthcare. Just one segment alone, healthcare analytics, is projected to grow past $10 billion by 2017.
Some of you don’t like Windows 8. And thanks to Internet comments and social media, you have lots of ways to express your loathing. But a closer look at one well-known real-world rating says Windows 8 might be more popular than you think.
The company goes premium with its latest PCs; each of which will cost more than $1,000.
Predictions about the changing roles of chief information officers: Less technology management, more business management.
The $549 starting price tag is small enough, but is the workstation's LCD too tiny?