On Monday, the U.S. government began its first partial shutdown in 17 years. Here is what's expected if it lasts through the end of the week.
Despite its fall, BlackBerry's roots in secure communications are still serving it well in some markets.
Being able to launch first strikes and counterattacks will help deter potential cyberthreats, especially important for nations amid the increasing interconnectivity of critical infrastructure, say government IT veterans.
The real man-bites-dog story would be if these Affordable Health Act exchanges didn't have glitches on the first day.
Ministry of Communications and IT says it is prepared to issue additional telecoms licences, on top of the four integrated national mobile licence to be awarded to Ooredoo and Telenor, and two local operators.
The VC arm of the software giant is also launching a new direct-investment fund with a focus on big data startups.
China has initiated a crackdown on mobile apps that offer news services but failed to obtain the necessary regulatory approval, which are notoriously difficult to obtain.
Organizations looking to automate their business processes should first attempt to reduce and simplify these processes, so the overall cost of automation can be lower.
It has the hallmarks of an advanced threat -- compromising the supply chain, being familiar with the server architecture -- but one startup managed to thwart being robbed by having a keen set of eyes and encryption in place.
Mir and XMir will not be enabled by default in the upcoming Ubuntu 13.10 release due to problems with XMir's multi-monitor support.
Rather than dream of moving to the West, Indian developers should look within their local market for opportunities, especially with the country's mobile apps and games market projected to generate US$433.5 million by 2016.
Fuel costs and ticket price rises are having no impact on consumer demand for flights, IATA says.
If you have 1.9 million bots at your disposal, which do you think would make more money? Apparently the criminals have figured that out for us.
Payment system provider to overhaul bilateral links made between Australian banks in the 1980s with new centralised system.
The Australian Greens' communications spokesperson Senator Scott Ludlam becomes a single term Senator after he missed out on retaining his seat in the Parliament.
Benchmarkgate continues as Samsung is caught giving inflated benchmark scores to Note 3 via popular benchmarking app.
Get the highlights of The Mobile Consumer report I've been blogging about this week via a graphic, interactive web site.
The automaker is deferring payments due from U.S. federal employees caught in the crossfire due to Congress' indecision.