In today's crazy economy, self-employment or entrepreneurship may be the best way for IT professionals to go.
Lenovo has used its Yoga brand to innovate with the shape of tablets, and while the design has advantages, it's not an approach that everyone will like.
We are moving towards a paperless society, but there are still receipts, business cards, and other documents that appear in paper. The NeatConnect helps you quickly digitize and manage these documents.
The astounding sales of the Raspberry Pi was just one of the UK's success stories this year.
Unlike the tightly controlled iPhone market, Android is a bit like the wild west. Google releases updates, but they only trickle out to customers.
A humanoid robot owned by Google outperformed the competition in trials designed to test robots' ability to drive, climb ladders, walk over rough terrain and other tasks that could be useful when responding to a disaster.
The initial push for sustainable corporate initiatives has given way to a longer view that leverages the value of digitized information, IoT analytics, and optimization via environmental monitoring.
Octogenarian boss of News Corp and Wall Street Journal acquires company that provides social media photos and videos to traditional outlets. Will this work better than last time he was all a twitter?
The deal is undergoing a second-phase anti-trust probe by China's commerce watchdog, which is taking longer than the usual 30 days, reportedly due to concerns from domestic handset makers over a potential Nokia licensing fee hikes.
In Brussels for talks with the European Union, a Chinese diplomat describes the comments of U.S. congressman Mike Rogers on Chinese espionage as attempts to divert attention from international concerns regarding PRISM.
Social networking, cloud, analytics, and mobile computing are converging and will offer growth opportunities for market players in India, as organizations look for tools that cut across the SCAM areas.
The proposed portal will help India get information on crime such as hacking and misuse of social media platforms, especially when servers are based in the U.S.
Rather than end the year with a ‘best of’ list or predictions for 2014, I’ll be delivering 12 days of holiday gifts to you in the form of treppenwitz: all the smart afterthoughts I had all year.
Two days out from Christmas, the Australian government has released the summary of its broadband availability and quality report, but the detail and methodology will wait until 2014.
With current CEO slated to retire in 2015, India's second-largest outsourcing company is scurrying to find a replacement even as frontrunners leave, including V. Balakrishnan, whose resignation was just announced.
Only men who want to be rated will feature in the app
RSA Security has refuted reports that it signed a $10 million contract with the NSA to use the questioned Dual Elliptic Curve algorithm as the default pseudorandom number generator in its products.
The United States pledges to "actively" carry out a plan to lift bans on high-tech exports to China, which will cover civil aviation, information technology, and oil and gas exploration for civilian use.