"The Morning Briefing" is SmaertPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about biofuel research and opinion.
Most people think of the Surface Pro as a heavy tablet with benefits, but our own intrepid David Gewirtz takes a look at it as though it were just another PC, one that's smaller and lighter than most.
You cannot please everyone. On the one hand, there are people wanting to remain off the beaten track; and on the other, we have people calling for better rural connectivity.
Traditional vaccines require injecting dead or weakened viruses, which can be too risky with certain viruses, such as HIV. DNA vaccines and a new vaccine-delivering patch might make it possible.
Yahoo is now looking towards what might have been seen as an unlikely source (before today) for online advertising: Google.
Australia's largest telecommunications provider Telstra has said it now has 14.4 million mobile customers, after adding 607,000 in the last six months of 2012.
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.
The Australian Department of Treasury will ditch its fleet of BlackBerry devices for iPhone 5s, CIO Peter Alexander has revealed to ZDNet.
Here's a headache that IT managers probably already knew about but can now confirm: a lot of employees don't care about protecting corporate data.
According to latest comScore figures, Apple is ranked as the top smartphone maker in the U.S., almost double Samsung's share. But Android rules the roost in terms of smartphone platform—which isn't all that surprising.
The PBS' American Experience documentary series looks at a Silicon Valley that's more than fifty years old and vastly different from what it has become today...
Google launched enhanced AdWords campaigns that should boost mobile cost per click rates---at the expense of advertiser visibility, say search marketing pros.
The 'bring your own device' phenomenon is reshaping the way IT is purchased, managed, delivered, and secured. This ebook rounds up our best BYOD content and puts it all into a convenient PDF.
The Microsoft Surface team is providing some answers to questions about its process, its products and even a few hints about the future.
The USPS has been rattled by digital payments, email and online marketing. However, e-commerce bolsters the USPS and may even help save it.
BlackBerry's Z10 launch was strong in Canada and company confirms solid U.K. sales.
Dropbox is trying to give developers a helping hand when integrating its cloud services through a new API.
The amount of mobile Internet data traffic is poised to explode in the next four years -- especially in Africa and the Asia/Pacific region.
With only two panel suppliers willing to shoulder the additional expense incurred from using ultra-slim glass, this could put a squeeze on the growing ultra-slim PC market.