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Implementation starts in April, but the first component of the new passport systems project won't go live until 2015.
In a strong letter to the SEC chairman, the American Institute of Architects berates the regulator for missing a deadline and says now's the time. Economic recovery depends on it.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Monday concerning the patent disputes and "pay for delay" tactics.
Psychologist Amanda Woodward works on understanding babies' minds. It turns out you can learn a lot about a three-month-old's thought process using Velcro and a mitten.
If Australian customers do not view Microsoft product prices as fair, then they would vote with their wallets, according to Microsoft Australia managing director Pip Marlow.
3D printing is making track shoes highly customized. Find out how New Balance is taking advantage of the technology.
It's always reassuring to know a few investors that will fund your startup, but in some cases, talking to them too early could affect a startup's chances of getting money in the first place.
'The chief marketing officer has become the king of IT without you knowing it.'
BUENOS AIRES -- Argentines have embraced broadband Internet usage, but infrastructure investment hasn't kept up. Will the local web creak to a halt?
Thailand will issue 1.7 million tablets to local students and teachers this year, and another 7 million in 2014, as it continues efforts in the country's "One Tablet Per Child" scheme.
Struggling Japanese chipmaker is talking with foreign companies about selling the mobile chip business which has been loss-making since buying it from Nokia in 2010.
Adobe also continues to hide behind its Creative Cloud to justify why it's selling its physical and downloadable software products at a higher price in Australia.
Optional second factor of verification is available to Apple ID users.
Every month, Microsoft releases security updates on Patch Tuesday. To help you manage these releases more efficiently, Ed Bott tackles six key questions and provides the extra details all IT pros should...
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Apple said it is merely a retailer of the digital content sold on iTunes, and pointed the finger at content owners for charging higher licensing costs in Australia for songs, movies, and TV shows.
The QNX operating system that runs at the core of BlackBerry 10 devices can run Android applications. But does that undermine native development for the aspiring smartphone platform?