When Japan's maglev train line is complete 64 million people will be in commuting distance of each other.
Londoners can take their pick of three LTE networks from today, with all 4G operators pledging to extend coverage in the near future.
Can quantum computing result in an ultra-secure setup for your mobile device?
The volatile Indian currency has caused local IT firms to not know where to hedge when it comes to signing contracts with clients abroad, holding up new deals, according to the industry's peak trade body.
Former Google executive Hugo Barra has joined Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi to help the company develop and manage its product portfolio.
Today's fast food worker strikes continue, with protests taking place in 60 cities across the United States.
The Galaxy S4 Active puts most of the original Galaxy S4's popular features into a ruggedised chassis.
They won't bend.
Talks have been confirmed concerning a possible buyout of Vodafone's stake in Verizon, but the U.K. firm says there is no certainty a deal will be reached.
Is the iconic ice-cream truck soon to be a relic of the past?
Twitter has updated its service to include a 'report abuse' feature already found on iOS devices after public backlash due to abusive behavior on the platform.
World over, apps are driving the mobile ecosystem, and in India the localization wave gives it another impetus and a broader opportunity.
We've seen less complex organs grown in-lab before, but now a miniature human brain has been nurtured using stem cells.
Asian giant has grown at 71 percent on average from 2009 to 2012 hitting US$212.4 billion last year, compared to U.S's growth rate of 13 percent at $228.7 billion for the same period, according to Bain & Co. study.
A strategy is no good without firm actions, and the Queensland government has now provided 78 of them to steer it toward its goal of reforming its IT stance.
Datacentre and fibre provider Vocus has announced its FY13 results, making gains in underlying profit but losses in statutory profit due to the ill effects of foreign exchange.
The Australian government's considered cloud policy is better than just blindly pushing cloud without considering the security or privacy of data, according to Minister Assisting for the Digital Economy Kate Lundy.
The dissolution of Julia Gillard's ministry saw Labor try a curious approach to replacing the ubiquitous Stephen Conroy: appointing four separate ministers to each spruik the NBN in their own way. A week away from the election, has this approach helped Labor's chances or hurt them?