Peter Chou may be optimistic, but first quarter results for this year are expected to raise little cheer for the company's shareholders. Will offering cheap phones in China help?
Tax breaks and improving infrastructure may be more effective to encourage industry growth than the proposed law to have foreign IT vendors to establish local manufacturing facilities.
Google and French publishers have finally reached an agreement: the search engine will contribute €60m to a fund designed to help them adjust to the digital age.
ZDNet's Australian directory of mobile device management (MDM) vendors has market, product, and contact information on companies that provide MDM products and services.
Telco says spectrum in some circles it won in last November's auction are still being used by other operators, even though their licenses have been canceled by India's Supreme Court.
Anonymous appears to have published login and private information from over 4000 American bank executive credentials its Operation Last Resort, demanding US computer crime law reform.
Portable storage media, which includes USB flash drives, SD or micro-SD cards (and the devices which contain them) or external hard drive units, can allow employees to access or back up business data both...
On the heels of BlackBerry 10's launch, our mobile experts debate the prospects for this erstwhile business favorite.
An award-winning mobile money initiative is thriving in Bangladesh—a fairly typical developing economy. It’s a great model for any bank looking into mobile financial services.
The United States, South Korea and Japan are known for inventions and innovation, but where do other countries worldwide fit in?
The EFF, ACLU, EPIC, and more than a dozen other privacy and rights groups are calling on the US government to stop the 'unprecedented lobbying campaign' over the proposed changes to EU data protection and privacy laws.
IT trade body will lose 30 software companies after the group decided to break away and form a new association to specifically promote local software developers and expand the scale of their products.
Queensland Health has awarded IT services company UXC with a three-year contract to provide telecommunications products and services.
A New Zealand innovation company says that "infrasound" can avert avalanches, scare birds from airplanes, and detect volcanoes and earthquakes.
What is it actually like to work for one of the world's most famous tech firms? Staff share their opinion.
Average 4G speeds have dropped 18 percent since November. It seems that a bunch of new users could be slowing things down. Can it bounce back, or are we starting to move down to the long-term average for wireless technology?
Apps this week include: St George Banking App, Vine, DrupalCon Sydney, RACQ, AppZorter, OpenVPN Connect, NAB, and one app that we question the existence of.
While today's economy is harsh, it also is opening up many new opportunities.
Paul Gampe, ex-Red Hat vice-president of worldwide engineering services and operations has taken on the position of chief technology officer at NextDC.