A company claims that the U.S. military has verified the light-bending capabilities of a breakthrough fabric codenamed "Quantum Stealth."
The Queensland government may chase IBM down through a royal commission in how Queensland Health's payroll system failed to perform as expected.
In China, Alibaba's two biggest online shops recently hit sales milestones, but taxation and monopoly can jeopardize the exploding growth.
University of Pennsylvania doctors have achieved, in a handful of patients, one of the holy grails of cancer research: getting the patient's own immune system to attack cancer cells.
If you're male and live in the United States, your chances look pretty slim.
Russian company, who owns part of Sistema Shyam Teleservices, is requesting India's court to reinstate its cancelled 2G licenses by Dec. 24 or face legal action worth "billions of dollars in damages".
With Windows 10, Microsoft is planning to break from the past, replacing Internet Explorer with a cleaner, faster way to browse the web. Here's why your organization may decide to stick with IE.
The two companies will help the Chinese city become a model city for mobile commerce by deploying its NFC terminals and touting its mobile wallet business.
An increasing number of app developers are now losing money in the country, indicating a harder time for these players to survive with investment slowing down and homogenized products flooding the market.
Mining giant Rio Tinto is set to deploy its own private 4G LTE network in the Pilbara region of Western Australia with Alcatel-Lucent.
iPads and dedicated touchscreens to be installed at Westpac's "modernised" branches to replace physical brochures.
Macquarie Telecom has announced plans to build a security datacentre in Canberra that will be specifically for government use.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about high-speed rail.
Telstra has scored a major five-year deal with the Australian Broadcast Corporation to manage the companies voice, mobile, and data services.
The Universal Services Obligation was all about ensuring that everyone had a phone service. Now that NBN Co is charged with that responsibility, do we really need a USO?
Samsung has increased its lead over Apple in the market for "smart connected devices", which includes PCs, tablets and smartphones, says IDC, while smartphones will take two thirds of this device market by 2016.
An implant that delivers electrical stimulation could help improve the memory of Alzheimer's patients by stimulating the neural networks disrupted by the disease.
Facebook is expanding its marketing program with a new online hub for building enterprise tools and apps.
More references (and non-denials) of the existence of Microsoft's Office Mobile for iPad have surfaced in the past few days.