A billion-dollar valuation for the Indian directories site will deliver riches to local investors entrepreneurs, with the impending IPO already billed as a watershed moment in the country's startup history.
How do you decaffeinate water that's polluted by our widespread use of caffeine? Engineer some bacteria who literally live off caffeine. They'll eat it.
After having shaken up France's mobile market, Xavier Niel is aiming to do the same with a new school offering free tuition but no diploma to thousands of students.
Windows Phone has reached a milestone in seven markets - but is topping the Ukrainian charts really a big deal?
Company's sixteen technology affiliates to hire 150 professionals to improve safety in manufacturing facilities, the first time the group announced plans to recruit staff in the environmental field.
Indian manufacturer agrees to work out a royalty deal with the Swedish network equipment maker, which had filed a lawsuit--seeking US$18 million in damages--against the company over patent infringement.
The full stack developer is a great resource for any company dealing with technology because when the developer is creating the web part of a product puzzle, he or she is doing it from both perspectives...
Companies prefer taking incremental steps when it comes to innovation to align with business processes and corporate culture, but agree the disruptive route should be taken once in a while.
We hear often of how only "anonymized" data is collected and used, but is it truly possible to stay invisible?
Optimizing customer processes is the top IT priority this year, says CBS Interactive industry analyst Angus Macaskill, who presented key findings from ZDNet's Asia IT Priorities 2013 survey which polled 1,236 respondents from Asia.
A health system in Pennsylvania has made a novel use of technology to remind men about their prostate health.
If you're in West Virginia and were irked by the potential ban on Google Glass, hope is at hand.
Some of the world's biggest companies are sending their employees on a new kind corporate field trip.
Are we closer to the end of the automobile era than we realize?
The directors pocketed US$33 million at the expense of shareholders whose stock in the company had dropped by 90 percent over two years, according to Securities and Exchange Board of India.
ZDNet's IT Priorities 2013 panel discussion debated the evolving role of CIOs in Asia as well as the role of ICT as a driver of innovation for organizations in this region.
As a condition for the merger to go ahead, the U.S. may ask for supervision over the purchase of network equipment, which may be a way to keep Chinese suppliers out of the equation.
Do current visa restrictions in the U.S. impact the potential of companies?
Four consortia are awarded the call-for-collaboration by Infocomm Development Authority to establish basic groundwork for location-based analytics for businesses to leverage and build upon.