Ad-blocking software can give us a cleaner experience online -- but will it cause harm in the long-run?
According to reports, HTC staff arrested last week struck a deal with a Chinese local government to exchange information for company start-up costs.
Beijing might borrow a tactic from London to battle air pollution: charge car owners a congestion fee.
Singapore should link up standalone e-government systems of various ministries, and integrate services with other countries to bring greater convenience to its tech-savvy citizens and enterprises.
The next Microsoft CEO won't be able to make too many changes in corporate strategy.
Facebook: A Fortune 500 firm trying to act like a cool, new startup?
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If you're an employee who rolls your eyes when the CEO makes an out-of-touch visionary statement, you're not alone. But one startup thinks it can use technology to give jaded employees their souls back.
Amid the growing popularity of Whatsapp and UC Browser in India, various government agencies have expressed concerns over potential security risks of these made-in-China mobile apps.
A review confirms ZDNet analysis that a software upgrade contributed to traceability delays
The New Zealand government is expecting to pick up at least NZ$198 million in the auction of its 700MHz spectrum beginning at the end of October.
A cloud-based point-of-sale system cut up to AU$1.5 million out of global IT project capex.
Service will consolidate images and comments from social media platforms in one place.
Going beyond vehicle-to-vehicle communication, Honda wants pedestrians to join the conversation in order to keep them safe.
Ryanair is planning "aggressive" seat sales as a tactic against increased competition in Europe.
Tablet sales look to double this year, with 2.3 million tablets sold in Australia during the first six months of 2013 — already equalling total sales for 2012.
Apps and mobile services have become really important. So important that companies are apologising if they aren't good enough.
Microsoft had an existing strategic partnership with Nokia, so what's different in 2013 with the purchase of its devices and services unit compared to the 2011 partnership?
Interestingly enough, the state of Gujarat is number one instead of metros such as Bangalore, Delhi, and Mumbai. Why? It may be partly due to the upcoming elections featuring Narendra Modi, Chief Minister of Gujarat.