BARCELONA -- Want 17 percent off your next car purchase? Spanish startup EverybodyCar can help.
Paperless Post's Alexa Hirschfeld tells how online correspondence options could revive artful communication in the digital age.
Australia's fibre-to-the-home approach for the National Broadband Network is 'the best and most sustainable solution', according to the French minister delegate for small and medium enterprise Fleur Pellerin.
Telco will be first in country to introduce the service, aimed at delivering local calls with higher quality sound.
Telco partners Amdoc to launch the facility which will invest in local startups, as well as focus on new technologies such as voice and facial recognition, and more efficient networks.
What's worse than a clueless security team that doesn't care about securing the details it receives? One that you're paying for with your tax dollars.
While Yahoo and Google have taken a stance against teleworking, Intel has come out in full support of giving employees freedom to work anywhere. So should businesses rethink their approach on allowing employees to work outside of the office?
The software vendor's application performance management regional director shares a few tips and tricks for people travelling abroad.
HTC announce their One again, Samsung filled in another size gap with the Galaxy Note 8.0, BlackBerry rolled out a software update before the Z10 even hits the US, and Nokia announces a full line of Windows Phone devices.
NBN Co will reportedly confirm today that it has signed a AU$300 million deal with French organisation Arianespace to launch the two satellites for the network in 2015.
There are some surprising numbers available that tell a dark story about mobile apps and what they can be doing on your device.
The popular multi-platform, note-taking web application Evernote has had its master website hacked — and you must change your password before you can use it.
After the launch of the Z10 smartphone, speculation turns to whether BlackBerry should offer a follow-up to its PlayBook slate, despite lackluster sales.
Paywalls for local newspaper sites? 'Whatever works best -- and the answer is not yet clear -- will be copied widely,' says Buffett.
Yahoo is trying to get its mojo back, and that means rebranding itself as a "technology company". But is it?
Simultaneous and complex trends, such as big data, cloud computing, security, and overall IT transformation, can be helped by the combined strengths of The Open Group Architecture Framework and the ArchiMate modeling language.
You don't need a crystal ball to figure out how Microsoft plans to make Office work on iPad. Hint: It involves subscriptions. And the analysts who are following Office need to rework their spreadsheets and change their assumptions.
The former Secretary of State discusses how security is changing the way we view political, economic, and social issues at the close of the 2013 RSA Conference.