Analysts say the new touch sensor technologies in Apple's iPhone 5 and iPad mini are expensive to manufacture but enable their thin industrial design.
A vulnerability found in locks used throughout hotels is contributing to a string of thefts, even though the lock manufacturer previously considered the vulnerability to be "unreliable" and "complex to implement."
In Brussels, there is a new protest weapon of choice -- milk.
A British company passes a major milestone developing a "spaceplane" that takes off and lands on a runway.
Red Hat has released two software updates to advance enterprise on-premise cloud architectures: another preview version of its OpenStack Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) distribution with new support for "Folsom" and an incarnation of its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) for on premise use
A recent report highlights new avenues for revenue generation for telecom companies in India, like mobile VAS, cloud and data center services. These will also provide opportunities to IT companies.
Is DevOps about the delivery pipeline or is collaboration the key? The answer often depends on the companies that make a commitment to it.
Norwegian mobile operator reportedly seeking majority stake in the new combined entity, which it hopes will increase its foothold in India's mobile phone market.
Hewlett-Packard faces challenges in educating its salesforce on the benefits of new acquisitions and rapidly creating integrated packages for consumers to easily consume, but it's addressing these concerns, says a company exec.
Other cities could learn from the efforts of Chicago, Seattle, and Portland.
Don't believe the hype: The U.S. will not overtake Saudi Arabia as the world's top oil producer, nor become self-sufficient in oil, nor become a net oil exporter.
A subtle skincare product that helps you look fresh and meeting-ready after a long-haul flight.
MELBOURNE -- Two everyday Melburnians take on the challenge of sustainable living in the public eye -- all in the name of new consumption.
Indian telecom tribunal orders telco to pay half the amount of SMS termination fees demanded by Vodafone, until the dispute is resolved.
The International Atomic Energy Agency admits an old server had been hacked and details of more than 100 experts investigating Iran's nuclear program were posted online by an Iranian group.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about green investment.
Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said that his NBN policy would cost AU$15 billion, if NBN Co didn't already have contracts in place.
The very fact that Conroy needed to intervene in the digital-dividend spectrum auctions shows how much things can change in five years. But as Conroy reaps what he sowed, is he making things better or much, much worse?
Can a startup ecosystem be viable if only one gender is represented?