A cyberwarfare program for youths should include heavy screening to search for the best young IT security talent, as well as private sector partnerships for mentoring and access to technologies.
Struggling Japanese electronics company reports a better-than-expected operating profit for October-December, a move it hopes will help it secure fresh financing to stay viable.
Four are best; forget the rest. The PC, smartphone, tablet and TV categories are growing as all other types of electronics are shrinking, Accenture says. But it's anyone's game.
Country's government wants to develop a constantly-growing ecosystem of education-related apps for the budget tablet aimed at students.
Roku might be the most befriended connected TV platform out there with the absurdly big portfolio of partners it now has.
Nvidia is building its own cloud gaming ecosystem with a new server system along with a small collective of budding cloud-gaming companies.
Is there a place for Ubuntu Linux in the smartphone market. Or is Canonical's entry too little, too late?
There's lots of talk about who's on top of the mobile device pile. Whatever the sales over the past few quarters by the competition, if there were a thieves index, Apple iOS devices would be on top.
In race against the shockwave, Chinese earthquake research institute sends out warnings nine seconds after detecting the January 5 quake, giving the city of Chengdu with 14 million people a 15-second heads up.
Virgin Australia will be transitioning to its new Sabre integrated IT platform next week.
The changing face of computing with new features such as gesture and voice, and the inclusion of sensors in Web-connected devices are some key trends highlighted in CES 2013.
Sometimes Safari doesn't work with a particular website or web application. What can you do — besides simply launching another browser?
Under Singapore law, directors have to employ reasonable diligence as part of their duty to the company. It can get tricky when negotiating IT contracts though, which may not be everyone's cup of tea.
People on the Mediterranean island of Ikaria live a decade longer than other westerners. Ninety-year-olds are sexually active there. Opa! Is it the water or the wine for these ancient Greeks?
Clear Channel's Total Traffic Network and Toyota have teamed up to give drivers real-time traffic and weather updates on their dashboard.
How would you feel about letting friends or employers know where you are when driving?
Join me on a tongue-in-cheek virtual tour of the Consumer Electronics Show that is starting this week in Las Vegas.
Chinese PC maker says profits it will soon make in the Chinese smartphone market will be used to fund the push of handsets into emerging markets.