As part of our series of articles examining the 4G LTE landscape across Europe, ZDNet takes a look at how Estonia's fourth-generation services are measuring up.
Operator hopes being the first telco to launch 4G in Bangkok will give it an advantage over larger rivals.
Ubuntu Touch is here, but users have been warned not to run it on their primary device, as it has number of kinks still to be worked out.
In order to fund the purchase of a large stake in Sprint, Softbank wants to raise additional funds through bond sales.
Mobile World Congress is missing a few big name players this year, but there's still plenty happening, including an influx of oversized devices and open-source efforts.
With looming shortages of up to 200,000 analytics-trained professionals, universities ramp up their Big Data degree offerings.
Many businesses have an online presence, and some have e-mail addresses to handle inquiries. But some businesses do not respond to e-mail messages, ever. This has serious implications.
A who's who of tech and innovation have launched the Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences--with a purse more than double that of the Nobels--with two aims in mind: cure disease and extend life.
U.S.-based customer service software provider confirmed hacker accessed its system and downloaded e-mail addresses of users from 3 of its clients.
Any money is good money when you're trying to get your startup funded, right? Wrong. Sometimes attracting money from the wrong investors can spell doom.
GE is investing $300 million in Indonesia to support infrastructure projects.
For Dennis Tito, being the first private citizen in space isn't enough -- Mars is next on his calendar.
NBN Co CEO Mike Quigley has endorsed the possibility of the Australian communications industry evaluating both the Coalition and Labor's broadband policies.
Powerful icebreakers would mean shorter trips over top of the world. Arctic oil too?
As the energy market shifts towards more inexpensive shale gas, the days of carbon-free nuclear energy may be numbered.
Although Aussie startups generally believe that they need to go to the US to find funding, one man is hoping to do the opposite by bringing US investors to Australia.
Can we extend care and love to people beyond our intimate circle of friends and family? Stephen Asma says no, universal love for humankind is not practical and therefore impossible.
Canadian phonemaker is reported to have handed over PIN details of BlackBerry handsets in India, but the government will need unique identification numbers of the phones to monitor messages between users in the country and abroad.