In a largely symbolic gesture, the companies will provide SSL encryption for customers' emails.
The average installed price of solar PV has fallen for the third straight year. But what about those incentives?
The Mexican telco is aiming to take over the Dutch incumbent in a move that may disrupt the sale of Germany's E-Plus.
HTC has long been criticized for their lack of marketing compared to Samsung. They are launching their largest ever marketing campaign with Robert Downey Jr. as the face of HTC.
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The next iPhone is rumored to be announced in a few weeks and conversations with Apple's customers makes it clear it needs a big wow factor.
When one restaurant stopped accepting tips, customer service and revenue went up. Here's why.
The Pirate Bay is hoping to dodge blocks on its site with a new Firefox-based browser.
Presently in Delhi and Bangalore and planning to expand to 15 cities, the mobile app enables hassle free booking of a radio taxi with just two taps.
Bitcoin wallets generated on Android are thought to be suffering from a random number generation weakness.
An Indian startup aims to help people decide what to give based on inputting data such as the recipient's age, relationship with giver and type of occasion.
In return for $81 million, David Karp will stay at Yahoo for the next four years.
ICT Ministry to provide more than 400,000 free hotspots next year, with state-owned TOT in charge of providing Wi-Fi equipment, managing and maintaining the network.
Taiwanese phone maker hopes to expand its presence in the mid-tier phone market through agreement with local telcos for the smaller version of its flagship smartphone, HTC One mini.
Amazon's entry into the games console market could have a huge impact on Microsoft, Sony, Nvidia and AMD, as well as help to establish Qualcomm as the Intel of the post-PC era.
Qualcomm's CEO says that maintaining a cash stockpile is necessary for future competitiveness -- even if investors want a slice of the cash reserves.
Can the power of our favorite gadget pave the way for future medical discoveries?
Why isn't Microsoft saying anything about "Surface v2"? Probably because they don't want to say the one thing that they should say...