The world's first 3D printed handgun has been successfully fired. The group behind the weapon uploaded the CAD files today to allow anyone to print their own handgun.
The question today about computing devices is the same as it was yesterday: Will we ever get convergence that doesn't suck?
With the introduction of the HP Slate 7 (a pretty decent Android tablet for very little money), HP has firmly kicked off the race to the bottom on Android tablet pricing. But that could be good news for Microsoft.
Meru Cab, a leading radio cab service in India, sends regular SMS alerts to friends of the traveler to ensure the safety of passengers, especially women. The service has found many takers.
Japanese games developer is reportedly working to enable mobile app access on its consoles to boost flagging Wii U sales.
Fund raising from share issues and the sale of a stake over the past year have helped the Indian telco shave US$1B off its debt, and support its push for overseas expansion.
China was not on its expanded list of nearly 200 countries to have access to the app platform but the U.S. Web giant decides to open one anyway, beating Google to offering paid apps in the country in the process.
The Australian Pirate Party has announced which candidates will be vying for a seat in the Senate at the upcoming federal election.
Financial trading firms, always looking for a microsecond advantage, could soon turn to lasers.
Two years ago, Nokia ditched Symbian and adopted Windows Phone. What's next for these mobile partners?
With tickets having sold out in minutes, Apple is trying to find ways to connect with its developers. However, some see a deeper problem.
AAPT has said that Telstra continuing to own the infrastructure that NBN Co will use for the National Broadband Network will provide it with an unfair advantage over its competitors.
A small California company thinks it knows how to finally harness fusion power, the Holy Grail of energy. Its latest investor is the Russian government.
What do the stock market and brain trauma treatment have in common? Allow me to explain.
The latest beta version of Red Hat's Fedora operating system now chooses not to mask passwords by default in its installation, but should this become a standard practice?
It is nothing short of an outrage that New Zealand faces spending at least $1.5 billion on a mere "upgrade" or "overhaul" of the IT system for the Inland Revenue Department.
Goof ups and mindset changes need to be addressed in order for success in roll out of cash transfer schemes linked to Aadhaar, the government issued individual ID numbers.
The software sector's focus is shifting from one motivated by scale and cost toward knowledge leadership and execution, as global in-house centers collaborate more with the rest of the ecosystem.