Will young people in developing nations share data about social conditions in exchange for access to free music?
Hackers create malicious versions of a report released by Mandiant which linked cyberattacks to the Chinese army, but the IT security vendor says its system is not breached.
Australian satellite company NewSat has announced that it has secured AU$105 million in equity for the delayed launch of its Jabiru-1 satellite.
A patch working its way through the Mozilla testing process promises to significantly increase privacy and reduce online tracking for Firefox users by blocking third-party cookies. With the Do Not Track standard fizzling, it's an important development.
DELHI -- In a city with strict religious vegetarians, few people can treat injured birds of prey who must be fed meat.
Australian Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said NBN Co CEO Mike Quigley's idea for a broadband study is four years too late.
HP has announced its first Android-powered tablet and it will cost just $169, but does it have the skills to go up against the best of the rest at the lower end of the market?
The British Library is working with a company known for its bomb-detecting technology to quantify that musty smell to better help preserve aging collections.
A behind-the-scenes look at the business and technology of professional sports through the eyes of four CIOs.
The computer giant leaps back into the tablet game with a budget-priced 7-inch model, the first of many to come this year, according to an HP exec.
The Firefox OS lined up a bevy of carrier partners and made a bit of a splash at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Is that enough to be a real contender?
Microsoft's Windows Blue operating system update may be on its way to a public, consumer preview in the next few months. And it might even be free, according to the latest scuttlebutt.
Big data is now overused and out; 'smart data' is in. What else is new?
Samsung defined the multi-sized tablet market, and Apple decided 8 inches was better than 7. Samsung has now followed up with its own unique take on the 8-inch tablet.
Does communication and idea exchange suffer when team members are physically separated? Or does today's technology make location irrelevant?
Today's rapidly shifting marketplace is pushing business innovation and agility to new levels, while the rising primacy of digital engagement and all data related to it undergoes a tug of war between the CMO and CIO. How will businesses recalibrate these strategic roles for this new reality?
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The contact centre consultancy firm's director tells us why she likes being stranded at a Chinese airport.