The Finnish phone giant is aggressively targeting the Chinese market, one with almost a billion potential cellular users, with a line-up spanning a Lumia handset and low-price feature phones. Nokia's last chance to save itself is now in clear, plain sight.
Nokia has introduced four new mobiles at Mobile World Congress 2013, including new Lumia models and lower-end devices aimed at emerging markets.
The ezeClick service provides American Express card members an easy and fast method to complete their online purchases. Would faster checkouts and higher engagement mean more business for merchants?
Trend Micro is trying to cover two bases at once with a new security development aimed to secure up both Facebook and Android smartphones.
Qualcomm and Dolby are framing their new collaboration as a way to decrease both development costs and time-to-market for device makers.
Rise of digital photography and opportunities around such content have led to an increase in associated online services in India. The cost and efficiency advantage beats traditional photo studios and labs hands down.
Is it the device or the network? Ryan Naraine and David Gewirtz weigh the options for protecting your organization's precious data.
HP is clearly on the Google and Android bandwagon with a new 7-inch tablet. That's great news for Google. Likely bad news for HP's profit margins.
Both sides of New Zealand politics are to blame for the environment that Telecom NZ now operates in.
Qatar Telecom hugely expanded its Mobile Money international remittance service by partnering with MoneyGram.
China State Food and Drug Administration allows the Chinese search engine access to its database in an effort to fight counterfeit drugs online.
While the West hems and haws over nuclear power, the rest of the world gets on with it. Russian bank will lend $1 billion for Vietnam's first plant.
There's only a 50 percent chance that companies will gain some benefits from their investments into business analytics, according to the bank's manager of information systems and frontline analytics David Tanis.
Survey reveals security professionals see higher risk from application vulnerabilities, malware, mobile devices and cloud, but do not prioritize manpower in tackling these threats within the enterprise.
At the start of RSA 2013, Juniper Networks is rolling out a global database to track attacks on individual devices.
Seventy eight percent of security pros see bring your own device (BYOD) policies as a big security risk. The problem: Security pros are outgunned, according to a survey.
Outside of the IT department, most users think that viruses are the only threat to their computing equipment. Many believe that malware doesn't affect mobile devices at all. An educated user is a safer user.
Despite a glowing endorsement of Firefox OS in Mozilla's announcement on Monday, Telstra hasn't yet committed to stocking mobile devices that come equipped with the new operating system.