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.
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...
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.
MacTech releases its annual head-to-head analysis of how VMware Fusion and Parallels Desktop perform with various types of tasks and running both Windows 7 and Windows 8. It also examines how various Mac models performed.
MADRID -- In Spain, poppin' bottles in a whole new way.
Good profits trump good intentions as motivators for the best corporate responsibility and sustainability programs. And that's a good thing, says green marketing guru Susan McPherson.
Oracle has released a critical Java update that fixes more than 50 security vulnerabilities. Considering the ruckus over the past fortnight, along with repeated warnings from the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security, you should update Java as soon as possible.
The Federal government is exploring ways to stop multinationals such as Google from using tricky tax avoidance methods in Australia, including forcing large organisations to make their tax information publicly available.
Administration of president-elect Park Geun-hye is planning to foster tech startups and help them secure funds through angel capitalists, in a bid to revitalize economy and create more jobs.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about cybersecurity concerns.