China leads the world in patents for the wonder material that could transform industries. Is it too late for Europe and the U.K., pioneers in early work?
Katter's Australia Party leader Bob Katter has called for parliament to hold an inquiry into how Australia's telcos fare during major weather events such as floods and fires.
Members of the British Army, currently resident in Afghanistan, have been issued with tiny surveillance drones that fit in the palm of your hand.
Xero is partnering with Harvest to bring time tracking and invoicing into its small-business accounting platform.
An unassuming invention may be a gamechanger for designers and manufacturers.
Official newspaper of China's Communist Party rejects claims attacks on New York Times and Wall Street Journal originated from China, adding the U.S. has ulterior motives in spreading such fears.
Atlantis Computing is looking to disrupt the converged infrastructure market with an all-flash appliance combining its own software-defined storage technology and a choice of hardware vendors.
Country's public sector expected to increase its IT spend by 10.5 percent compared to last year, with software to lead expenses in terms of growth.
Disappointed that Apple's dissing its fans by not including a museum in its new corporate spaceship? Turns out that you'll have to travel to Atlanta instead.
Apple's smartphone led the pack for the first time, surpassing longtime leader Nokia in its percentage of mobile Internet usage.
Peter Bayly is producing some of South Africa's most remarkable fortified wines.
Chinese Internet company books 35 percent rise in net profit at US$448.7 million, amid slowing revenue growth as competition heats up.
Businesses are constantly targets of cyberattacks so the two governments need to work together to solve online security issues, says U.S.-China Business Council.
NSW is about to embark on a pilot of five projects aimed at determining how feasible it is to move its government services to the cloud.
For the third time in three months, the online retailer reduces pricing on its biggest tablet, this time as part of a Valentine's Day promotion.
The Washington Post is reporting that the US Federal Communications Commission wants to "create super WiFi networks." So what are they talking about anyway?
Telecom New Zealand has announced plans to upgrade its core transport network to 100Gbps with Alcatel-Lucent.
After a sophisticated attack hit Twitter's users on the weekend, the micro-blogging platform is looking to hire a software engineer to help implement two-factor authentication.
It seems we can discriminate between the "unlawful" downloading of music and the "unlawful" downloading of video.