Two of the world's top oil and gas producers are transitioning to renewable energy. So why isn't the U.S.? Energy expert Chris Nelder reports from the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi.
The center is to provide third-party mediation and dispute-resolution services to technology companies involved in intellectual property disputes, with the country seeing a surge in such cases due to online piracy.
Hacker Davy Jones breaches government sites, including that of Sri Lanka Port Authority site, Bureau of Foreign Employment, and those of two local TV stations.
MELBOURNE -- A production company's secret cinema concept paves the way to new business.
Vodafone is set to pay the application fee to potentially bid for some of the spectrum in the upcoming auction.
The Australian government has launched its first ever National Security Strategy, stating that in a post-September 11 era, risks and challenges are evolving rapidly.
Throughout human history new inventions have been intended to lighten workloads and make life easier. While machinery developments such as the steam engine have facilitated travel and industry – not to...
Telstra is moving away from being just a telecommunications provider with its new Global Applications and Platforms division.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about vaccine development.
Users unconvinced that their telco is being truthful about network coverage might be tempted to try out crowd-sourced coverage maps, but are they any more accurate?
My ZDNet colleague Ed Bott has exposed some icky practices at Oracle regarding their monetization of the end-user JRE install. Here's a better Java option for you to check out and some considerations for the future that the industry might want to look at.
Fedora Linux's developers are considering replacing MySQL with MariaDB. That, in turn, might lead to Red Hat abandoning MySQL for MariaDB.
A journal's fee doesn't correlate strongly with its influence. To prevent predatory publishing, a new cost effectiveness tool can help authors decide where to publish their work.
CA CEO says company needs to "do more to accelerate innovation, gain market share and better differentiate our solutions in the marketplace."
Forget the search giant's war with Wall Street over expectations--there's plenty of interest in Google's latest quarterly results.
Google says that it is restructuring Motorola Mobility and it inherited a product pipeline to work through. Can Google get Motorola humming once it gets the pipeline?
AMD tumbles to the end of the 2012 fiscal year with yet another poor result for its fourth quarter.
Overall, IBM weathered sluggish IT spending well. Software revenue was up 3 percent; services sales fell 2 percent and systems and technology sales fell 1 percent.
UPDATED: Following a struggle with Wall Street over estimates last week, Google posted fourth quarter earnings on Tuesday after the bell.