Kobo has announced that Jean-Marc Dupuis is joining the team to try and boost e-reader sales in Europe.
On the outskirts of Nairobi, a city built from scratch looks to become Africa's "Silicon Savannah."
The government is urging manufacturers to integrate their core business with software and IT services. In the process, it hopes to have five to eight companies with sales of over 100 billion yuan by 2015.
Indian telcos are reducing promotional benefits and freebies, signaling a shift in pricing power back to industry. They also deny earlier reports of tariff hikes.
Falling cost of printers and the business case for using 3D imaging to create product prototypes more efficiently will help drive the technology toward mainstream adoption. But, its use must first be simplified.
Loss of sleep means loss of productivity -- which for companies, means loss of revenues.
Automation plays an ever-increasing role in IT and is impacting job and how business is done. Our latest survey digs into the subject and shows that 60% are already automating some IT jobs and another...
A new report suggests that not only are we slow when it comes to patching up old exploits, but roughly 70 percent of the exploit kits come from Russia.
Orange could follow the unveiling of a content portal and a retail site in South Africa with the launch of a fully-fledged mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) within the next few years.
The software giant will disband its research and development unit in the region by the end of next month as it consolidates its resources in Beijing.
These are your fee dollars at work: low-cost European air carrier RyanAir is set to purchase about 150 Boeing 737 passenger jets.
Siemens has reported sliding profits in Q1 due to weak demand, but maintains that the firm has had a "solid start" to 2013.
The search giant has strengthened its push into the country and the Southeast Asia region with a new office in Manila to leverage the growing online population, serve local businesses, and tap local talent.
A new ad campaign creates technology-free spaces in Amsterdam.
Chinese video-sharing Web site will invest 10 million yuan (US$1.6 million) to support development of original videos and online content.
The world's biggest furniture retailer plans to use renewable energy to help keep its expenses down while it continues its global expansion.
The Australian Department of Parliamentary Services will launch video on demand this year to allow people to see footage from parliament dating back to 1991.
Members of the Australian Parliament and staff have been trialling Windows 8 tablets.
Yahoo has bought up fledgling startup Snip.it to work on its "social news" projects, but at the same time, has shut down the original product the startup was offering.