How would you feel about living in a city where drones aren't able to function?
Mobile phones production in China jumped 4.3 percent from previous year, lifted by growth in local 3G and mobile Internet users; accounting for more than half of sales worldwide.
A trade complaint has been launched against India as the renewable energy sector dissolves into a trade war.
There's no end to the wonder material's uses. Now it attacks LEDs' troublesome heat and makes them brighter, scientists from S. Korea and Vietnam report. Add sapphire first.
According to a new study, California is the preferred home for companies focusing on biofuel production.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee's visit to Australia drew out the same cultural cringe that drives that eternal, daft question, "how can we create our own Silicon Valley?"
Atlantis Computing is looking to disrupt the converged infrastructure market with an all-flash appliance combining its own software-defined storage technology and a choice of hardware vendors.
Big Blue's water-soluble concoction may someday be used in creams and various treatments for open wounds, skin infections and other injuries.
Apple's office suite for OS X hasn't received much love lately and business users are starting to consider their options. Is Apple's obsession with iOS ports killing its desktop software business?
Under a proposal by the Prince George's County Board of Education, the school system will take ownership of all work done by the school system's staff and students.
A technology used to make devices easier to locate are helping researchers predict storms with more accuracy.
Country's IT exports in January 2013 jumped 16.4 percent from last year, marking the largest year-on-year increase in 27 months and fifth straight month of positive growth.
Alcatel-Lucent CEO Ben Verwaayen is expected to step down Thursday, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Despite having 20 different 4G devices in the market, Telstra has reported that over 500,000 of the 1.5 million 4G devices it has sold were the iPhone 5.
The company hopes some changes to its battery design will help get its grounded fleet airborne again.
Agile is good, but busy, widely dispersed software development organizations also need to keep re-assessing the way they do things.
REYKJAVIK — Artist-politician Jon Gnarr emerges as the Icelandic capital's unlikely hero.
Operator of country's top portal Naver.com will establish two subsidiaries to strengthen its mobile business to support new services and its flagship messenger LINE.
South Korean electronics giant will team up with Electronic Arts to attract developers via "unusually strong" financial incentives in a bid to expand its library of games.