Approaching its one-year anniversary, the public/private partnership is nurturing 20-25 projects for advanced Internet applications and reframing the national conversation on broadband.
MEXICO CITY -- Amidst dwindling production, Mexico debates opening its state oil monopoly to foreign investment. But not everyone supports such a move.
The winners of this year's two most influential architecture prizes have built careers predicated on rejecting modernism, but only one can truly claim that title.
With the release of its ICT position paper, the South Australian government is now seeking the feedback of local industry on what rules it should follow in order to be successful.
Glympse has announced a partnership with BMW and MINI to integrate location-tracking technology into vehicles.
Two international telecom organizations say country's plan to use 700 MHz band for digital TV broadcasting would interfere with neighboring countries' networks, leading to GDP and tax revenue losses.
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...
Anti-North Korea Web sites operated by defectors living in South Korea experience what is described as a coordinated cyberattack which caused their servers to crash simultaneously.
Telecom New Zealand has gone to market with its pricing plans for services on the government-backed fibre network.
Work is due to begin on the world's first 3D printed canal house, as Dutch architects sign up for the 3D construction frenzy.
The latest release of Google Chrome adds the ability to use the same spell checker as Google Search. Is it another Scroogle feature?
What you share on social media sites soon be corralled into your own "mini magazine" by news aggregator appmaker Flipboard. It's also a potential disruption to how people use the Web.
Put a badge on it? U.S. startup Badgeville brings its brand of engagement to the Salesforce cloud.
Public clouds have the edge over their internal counterparts in security, reliability, and elasticity, according to the author of a new book on enterprise architecture.
Larry Ellison revealed that Oracle is planning to start moving many features of its software and database portfolio onto silicon and hardware.
Methanol in botched batches of home-distilled liquor can blind and even kill. And it's a big public health concern in the developing world.
T-Mobile must be making other carriers nervous as it shines the light on the subsidized phone pricing racket currently in place and moves to a model that offers fairness and high value to consumers.
Microsoft officials are going public with positioning around Blue, as well as about the next Windows development conference, Build 2013.
An exploit has been patched in the scalable NoSQL database MongoDB that would have allowed an attacker to execute malicious code.