HONG KONG -- Last week, China unveiled the longest high-speed rail line in the world, but a big crash in 2011 has many wondering if the country is developing its network too quickly.
Japanese electronics company reportedly in talks with its banks to improve its capital-to-asset ratio and boost capital available for its main LCD panel business.
The company has launched a special portal to showcase three models, including one with an optional protective sleeve/keyboard, that start at $499.
The spring will see the return of MacTech's series of single-day seminars aimed at consultants supporting SOHO and SMB sites.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about the retail sector in 2013.
Check out a preview of Qualcomm's CEO discussing the future of mobile and the data demand problem with PBS's Charlie Rose.
In the current world of continuous development, determining when it's safe to deploy a new version of Windows can be tricky. Ed Bott shares some Windows 10 migration advice.
The vendor has acknowledged that there is a bug in iOS 6 that is affecting its Do Not Disturb feature across different devices, but it will be a few days before the malfunction will be fixed.
To develop new cholesterol drugs, several companies are mimicking a genetic aberration found in people who have naturally lower cholesterol levels.
Did you think the desktop Web browser wars were over? Hah! Depending on whose numbers you use, Internet Explorer or Chrome has already won; the real battle is for second place. I explain what’s going on.
Yes, 2012 is behind us. But that doesn't mean you can't walk down memory lane. Here is our list of 25 amazing people we talked to last year.
Steve Ballmer's out, TVs are smoking hot and phone manufacturers and automakers are trading places. That and more, in my preview to this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
Instead of going after both the tablet and smartphone market, Canonical is bravely starting 2013 by trying to become a major player in the smartphone market with an upcoming version of Ubuntu Linux.
A Taiwanese-based financial newspaper reports that Apple is preparing to further distance itself from Samsung by shifting iDevice processor production to TSMC.
It's thin! It's light! It's vibrant! It's yours, for only $10,334! LG is now taking orders for its 55-incher.
Remember Microsoft Research's Orleans cloud-programming project? The Halo team at Microsoft does.
Social influence should not be measured around topics such as cheeseburgers, shopping or Windows 8. Kred reckons that influence should be measured on the topics that you share with others – your outreach.
A more than year-old Windows Phone-YouTube compatibility issue is proof Google needs tighter antitrust scrutiny, according to Microsoft officials.
The Apache Software Foundation announces the new release of NoSQL heavyweight Cassandra.