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The Obama Administration is appealing the decision made by the Supreme Court that concluded that attaching GPS devices to vehicles requires a warrant.
South Africa has invested millions to grow its film industry. Still, many of the country's smaller filmmakers get overlooked by the very organizations that were put in place to help them.
What did the financial crisis look like from the eye of the storm? Former F.D.I.C. chair Sheila Bair offers her take.
The market for enterprise mobility is set to grow at an annual rate of 29 percent as CIOs continue to invest heavily to reach their business goals, according to IDC study.
Device's camera measures variations in the brightness of a person’s face caused by the flow of blood, raising possibilities for application in health monitoring and security.
In order to try and make military wireless networks more secure, Darpa has created the Wireless Network Defense program.
Samsung's mobile tech vice president Lee Young Hee has confirmed the South Korean firm is working on its own version of a smart watch.
Australian internet service provider TPG has reported a 41 percent jump in profits to AU$78.3 million for the first half of the 2013 financial year.
The cloud-based laptops are now available in Australia, but at a slightly higher price point, and not via Google Play.
BlackBerry wishes it realised sooner that competitor operating systems such as Google's Android and Apple's iOS presented opportunities, not threats, according to global CEO Thorsten Heins.
Microsoft has said Windows Phone 8 support ends in July 2014. There's a Blue lining to that cloud.
While the Linux-based operating system wasn't really cracked at Pwnium, Google has decided to award a hacker $40,000 for finding an unreliable Chrome OS exploit.
Microsoft is making available its first public preview of HDInsight, the Hadoop big-data framework on Windows Azure technology it is developing with Hortonworks.
Apple must see the Samsung 4S as a real threat as it sets its publicity machine in full blast to tell why the iPhone 5 is better than its new rival.
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