Chrome 31 aims to bring portable native code to the desktop browser and a more native app experience for web apps on Android.
There appear to be talks between Microsoft and HTC about reducing or eliminating Windows Phone license fees with one possibility being a dual boot solution.
The SkyCommerce platform helps companies with limited resources more effectively manage multichannel sales.
Twitter has shared lots of interesting snippets in its initial public offering filing. Here are a few interesting facts from its online submission.
The iPad has an LTE option. So does the iPad mini. It's high time for that option on the MacBook Air.
German researchers show weakness of Apple making Airplane mode easier to access.
Smart cities promise to streamline communications, improve the lives of citizens, and save energy and money. This guide looks at the emergence of smart city technologies and how they’re working so far....
Twitter filed its S-1 documentation for its highly anticipated IPO yesterday. Here's a quick highlight of the company's financials and other tidbits.
13 suspected members of the hacktivist collective Anonymous have been indicted by U.S. federal authorities.
The rollout of Obamacare looks like a huge payload of business for Indian outsourcing companies involved in the insurance sector, thanks to an expected spike in public enquiries including 42 million calls this year.
With more IT systems mission-critical and increasingly integrated with almost every aspect of a business, it's high time they're considered a country's essential services.
They are increasingly celebrated in the media and some get millions of dollars of investments, funding, trips to different parts of the country or world for business, events, awards. How different are they behind the glam status?
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has agreed to give up a potential payout of around $500 million to settle conflict of interest accusations over the purchase of Pillar Data Systems.
Franco Bernabé, Telecom Italia's CEO, has stepped down, leaving his successor two significant problems to wrestle with.
The smartphone maker posted its first quarterly operating loss, at NT$2.97 billion (US$101 million), amid intensifying competition and rising costs. Meanwhile, Microsoft is reportedly courting it to carry more Windows-based handsets.
We are several days in, but what does the future hold for Amtrak if the houses of Congress fail to make a decision?
Heading toward Siberian coastal mining industry.
Despite reactor meltdowns which contaminated ground, water and air, a Japanese fast-food chain plans to grow food close to the Fukushima plant.
The company is looking to hire in its two new Singaporean and Australian offices, as well as set up more offices in the region.