Government intrusiveness is the story that won't go away. This week, two email providers who offer encrypted hosted email shut their doors citing either government intervention or the potential thereof. And, of course, there's more NSA. President Obama even steps in to say a few words.
iiNet is preparing to withdraw its 20GB plans on the NBN interim satellite service, citing capacity constraints.
By 2017, the Chinese telecom industry is expected to spend 22.8 billion yuan (US$3.7 billion) in IT-related investments, according to IDC, which recommends telcos extract value from existing customers and big data.
An iPhone 5 blows up and sends debris flying, some of which scratch the eye of the female victim who lives in China.
Apple worrywarts are not hard to find as the company preps its next iPhone launch. Some analysts bet that smartphone buyers are more interested in the iPhone launch more than a year from now.
Professionals of all stripes who understand the power of data, and how it can be applied, may have the edge in enterprises.
Kim Dotcom's privacy company Mega prepares a 'cutting-edge' email encryption service.
80 percent of the voters in the latest ZDNet Great Debate chose physical QWERTY smartphone keyboards over touch screen so where are all the QWERTY devices now?
Google added services to Wallet over the last couple of years, but is now starting to pull them back with gift and loyalty cards being removed this month.
The MacBook Pro competitor goes up for pre-order on August 18 for $1,400, while the new tablet will be released on September 1 for $699.99.
The US International Trade Commission has banned the sale in the US of certain Samsung devices, owing to patent disputes with Apple. Since the Obama administration blocked a similar ban against Apple devices, they must block this one, both on the merits and for political reasons.
What does Motorola's latest Android handset bring to a market already saturated with already awesome Android-powered handsets?
MedAssets, in partnership with Ariba, an SAP company, has found ways to improve health provider and supplier compliance, reduce costs, and develop better accuracy.
In other words, certain Samsung mobile devices could be banned from being sold in the United States soon.
Windows RT is on the mat and bleeding, but the fight is not over. It's possible for it to recover and gain a market, but for this it will need ironic help from Windows on Intel systems.
SkyDrive is taking to Twitter with a new guerrilla tactic to pick up displaced iCloud users. If you received the iCloud storage upgrade expiration email, you've got until midnight tonight to redeem it for free storage.
The Obama administration has outlined four specific, but not "all-inclusive," steps designed to improve federal surveillance programs.
Sam Cooke: "It's been a long, a long time coming. But I know a change is going to come, oh yes it will."