Code for an app that allows users to take a photo by winking has been published on online code repository GitHub.
The three main Italian operators will share costs of installing anti-interference filters all over the country, to prevent LTE hobbling digital TV transmissions.
Can anything save Microsoft's Surface product? Rumors are that a next-gen Surface will be announced in June and our own David Gewirtz speculates on five factors that might give the Surface renewed life.
Staples will be among the first major retailers to offer a 3D printer. To date, 3D printers have been the focus of hobbyists.
Jelly Bean is now the only version of Android that is experiencing growth, which is good news for developers because it suggests that the ecosystem is getting less fragmented.
Samsung has set upon 2013 at an unrelenting rate, but does its constant outpouring of new devices really help?
The new quad-core and six-core chips cost under $150, while the company cuts pricing on 10 other CPUs.
Latin America is reportedly the new hot target for cyber criminals -- especially when it comes to illegally tapping into government, finance or energy agencies.
There are currently approximately 470,000 BlackBerry users out of the 600,000 reported mobile devices in the US Department of Defense. BlackBerry 10 is now cleared for purchase by groups, just as the Q10 is starting to appear.
CiRBA's Hillier believes that datacenters supporting virtual workloads function more like hotels than apartments. Workloads come in, stay a while, and then others take their place. Why do performance and configuration management tools assume they're like apartments?
Simple online tools are designed to make deployments faster by letting firms specify software before SAP provides it as in fully-assembled packages.
The chunky Toughpad FZ-G1 has a high-resolution outdoor-visible screen, is moderately rugged, and delivers decent performance and middling battery life with the standard battery. The biggest drawback, however, is the price.
Would a karaoke room at work keep you from leaving your employer? Some factory owners in China, pinched by a workforce shortage, are betting on perks like this to keep their employees happy.
The iPhone 5 gets a very, very minor update.
A bill expected to be put before the Netherlands' parliament later this year giving Dutch authorities wide-ranging powers is already drawing criticism.
Tertiary institutions tend to emphasize more on technical skills while cybersecurity modules are not mandatory, and this is contributing to security professionals here getting lower pay and valued less.