Only 2 in 10 users surveyed have ever downloaded paid apps, with a preference for lower-priced ones, reflecting space for the market to grow.
A new report suggests that the benefits of the Internet and mobility outweigh any risks when it comes to education.
Companies looking to deploy machine-to-machine (M2M) communication initiatives need to ensure their data centers can scale, always available via cloud, and cope with continuous streams of data in real-time.
Internet giant will provide Google Maps and Places tech to South Korean carmakers, but the services are limited only to drivers in the United States currently.
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The bill approved in Congress in a last-minute holiday vote to avoid the fiscal cliff included a slew of tax provisions that benefit an assortment of industries.
Apple made taking a panoramic photo easier in iOS 6, but a new app makes it completely automatic. Even the rotating part.
Indian telco offers range of education services including English lessons and career advice delivered via voice and SMS formats for a small daily fee.
Number of mobile Internet users in the country will almost double from the 87.1 million in December 2012 as more users access the Web to check e-mails and social media accounts.
The University of California recently earned an "F" on its new university-wide rebranding. What should it have already learned from similar missteps in the business world?
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Japanese electronics company reportedly in talks with its banks to improve its capital-to-asset ratio and boost capital available for its main LCD panel business.
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