People don't like change. Unless Microsoft can start to understand that, Windows 8 and Windows Blue may never get traction in the consumer market...
According to reports, Ericsson is in talks with Microsoft to buy Microsoft's IPTV business.
The government has sought to stem the rising tide of billing complaints against telcos, with the introduction of new compliance measures and hefty periodic fines for breaches.
Hacker attacks on banks and media companies have received considerable attention in recent months. But there's another industry that is targeted far more frequently.
The country hopes the initiative will help the government engage the younger segment of the population, who make up the bulk of Vietnamese Internet users.
Though slightly bulky, the Aegis Padlock 3.0 offers peace of mind with its real-time encryption, which means users do not have to sit through a data encryption process.
The full stack developer is a great resource for any company dealing with technology because when the developer is creating the web part of a product puzzle, he or she is doing it from both perspectives...
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US mobile company T-Mobile's announcement of its "uncarrier" plans, which remove two-year contracts and phone subsidies, has caught the eye of Optus.
The upcoming federal election is spooking Australian businesses from investing more in ICT, according to IDC.
Advertisers should learn how to ‘scrobble’, or guess what we’ll be interested in based on what we already like. It works for Last.fm.
The future is in thin clients. And so was the past. “The cloud” is taking us back to the future of the old client-server model.
There is pent up demand for sophisticated mobile services in application areas such as m-education, m-entertainment, m-finance and m-health, says a report by Wipro and IAMAI.
Citrix's decision to break away from OpenStack and donate its CloudStack to the Apache Software Foundation may be paying off, with the software suite now achieving Top-Level Project status.
It's revolutionary. The Republic's old guard is fighting back.
An electrical fault that melted a cable tray has been blamed for causing a fire in Telstra's exchange in Warrnambool, which cut off phone and internet services to the region last year.
With tech budgets set to go up 23 percent, companies are focusing more on customer processes and driving cost efficiency, and involving more C-level execs in IT decisions, reveals ZDNet Asia IT Priorities Survey 2013.
Studies may still be in their infancy, but they have yielded some interesting results.
The graphene version of "frozen smoke" can have applications across many industries, such as energy storage insulation, sound-absorption, spill control and water purification.