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India's telecommunications ministry will exclude all foreign telecom equipment vendors, including Huawei and ZTE, from supplying gear for its national optic fiber network project.
A Dutch architect hopes to be able to build a 3D printed house by the end of next year that can support "endless" additions.
A prominent leader in social innovation, Novogratz helped pioneer a new approach to addressing global poverty.
Forget religion, ethnicity, age and occupation. We now form our view of who we are and where we fit in the world via our online activity.
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Automation plays an ever-increasing role in IT and is impacting job and how business is done. Our latest survey digs into the subject and shows that 60% are already automating some IT jobs and another...
Before the Internet, Mac and PC user groups provided the how-to information that kept consultants and power users in the know. A new user group hopes to bring people together around "touch computing".
As Wikipedia faces a decline in contributors, engineering community manager Sumana Harihareswara works to make the organization a more welcoming place.
Wollongong has joined the growing number of cities in Australia offering free Wi-Fi.
The Asian economic giant spent over 1 trillion yuan on research and development last year, representing 2 percent of the country's GDP.
The Chinese telecoms equipment maker has warned that it may clock net losses of up to 2.9 billion yuan due to postponed contracts and a dip in revenue in the domestic market.
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Acer is aiming to reduce e-waste in Australian landfills by a million kilograms in 2013.
The NSW government is asking the IT industry to help install new firewalls it has purchased for its shared services department ServiceFirst, while conducting a review of its existing security measures.
The Australian Department of Human Services has collected just AU$725 back in a trial to recoup money from Australians using eBay to supplement their welfare payments.
Cognitive psychologists show human brains evolved to prioritize unfiltered information from social interaction.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about the current climate for start-up businesses.