At this week's Mobile World Congress, machine-to-machine is the new wave of the wireless revolution which involves getting devices to talk with other devices, with no humans in between.
While the Indian IT sector generally welcomes the growth-oriented measures such as schemes to drive funding and innovation, some segments will be hit by tax hikes.
Splunk is turning departmental deals into enterprise wide license agreements and becoming a machine data staple for many companies.
We sat down with the director of Amazon's Appstore to find out how developers can use AWS for building apps from start to finish.
Yahoo angered many of its staff when it banned home-working, but this dramatic step--while widely unpopular--may be what it is needed to rebuild employee camaraderie and rebuild a sense of belonging in the ailing company.
"I think that both Samsung and ourselves have benefited not only on the Android side but also on the Chrome side," says Google CFO Patrick Pichette,
The chief operating officer of Quickflix, Tim Parsons, has admitted that the company can exist because geo-targeting prevents companies like Netflix from launching globally.
The venerable DEFLATE algorithm just got better thanks to a new open-sourced project from Google, but it is not without its costs.
Transatomic's founders look more Twitterati than Nuclearati. But their "molten salt reactor" trumps great ideas from across all energy areas at this week's investor/entrepreneur summit.
The rise of the cloud and virtualization has given companies access to practically infinite business resources. Network Automation CEO Dustin Snell explains how to use automation to make the best of those resources.
SaaS is helping IT deliver cost savings, better capacity management, and more rapid deployment. But as you move IT services to the cloud, keep these critical issues in mind.
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Vodafone Australia CEO Bill Morrow told ZDNet that bringing call centre jobs back to Australia is aimed at rebuilding the company's brand.
Even if we could bid farewell to wallets altogether, would we want to?
When it comes to data sovereignty, "unless you're doing something wrong or against the law, you have nothing to worry about," according to the datacentre provider's senior vice-president and regional head for Asia Pacific, Kris Kumar.
An MIT professor recently unveiled an advanced 3D printing process that allows objects to assemble themselves.
The Apple veteran has Jobsian ambitions and no apparent competitors in the energy space.