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Exetel has defied the statements made by other ISPs, and has said that Telstra's proposed takeover of Adam Internet could help competition.
New Zealand is inching towards 4G LTE mobile coverage with a trial to see how people will use the new network.
This Linux-powered pen contains a standard ballpoint pen, motion sensors, and a hundred dollars worth of smartphone electronics.
Rackspace grew significantly in net income, revenue, and customers -- but the cloud company still slipped under Wall Street expectations.
After some enterprises reportedly banned iPhones and iPads running the iOS 6.1 following reports of overloading Exchange-powered email servers, Microsoft has come up with a solution.
The developer's internal carbon fee is funding investments in energy efficiency and purchases of renewable energy credits.
FIDO Alliance aligns smart devices, authentication but will its scope be broad enough and its appeal wide enough.
Microsoft's 128 GB Surface Pro remains in short supply, but Microsoft officials are saying there will be more in stock by February 16.
Installing an Android emulator on a Surface Pro tablet is not the way to go to plaster the gaps in Microsoft's app ecosystem.
Yahoo's CEO outlines that the company's mobile strategy will be centered around "daily habits."
Microsoft today released five critical patches that fix more than a dozen security vulnerabilities in all versions of Internet Explorer 6 and above, Windows, and Office.
As for the breakdown of Android malware, Blue Coat noted 58 percent was Android root exploits and rogue software.
Microsoft has delivered several non-security-specific updates for Windows RT, the operating system for ARM-based tablets and PCS including the Surface RT, as part of this month's Patch Tuesday.
PC sales may have stalled, but wireless will drive semiconductor growth during 2013, with tablets being the primary factor behind growth.
Multi-national defense company Raytheon is getting ready to ship a big data social networking spy system. But they are far from the only ones tracking you.