If businesses can save time and money by outsourcing jobs and services, why can't employees do the same?
More and more is leaking out as we approach the RIM BB 10 launch event and in this 7 minute, 30 second, video you get a good feel for possible hardware and the OS.
What's happening with Apple Retail? The darling of the industry sees its third major departure in less than two years as Jerry McDougal resigns as VP of Retail.
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Mobile devices with screen size in between smartphones and tablets cater to a niche user group, though they may put pressure on smaller sized tablets.
Indian IT vendor says these businesses are at "various stages of maturity", and the organizational reshuffle will allow it to better re-tool and grow them.
Company bosses in the U.K. are far too complacent when it comes to the threat of cybercrime, a new survey suggests.
Architects have mastered the art of defensive building, says SmartPlanet columnist C.C. Sullivan. But can an emerging architecture restore our sense of humanity as well?
The construction materials giant is axing around 1,000 jobs across its entire operation.
Australian Telstra customers with 4G devices will now be able to connect to CSL's 4G network in Hong Kong, but the price will be a major deterrent.
A number of social media sites, including Facebook and Google, have agreed to follow social media guidelines set by the Australian government, but Twitter has yet to indicate whether it will join.
As Facebook refines its search processes with Graph Search, learn how to maximize your business's chances of showing up in relevant search results.
ZDNet goes behind to scenes to learn more about the tech that is used to support the Australian Open.
Nissan is now producing the Leaf domestically, which has allowed it to cut prices significantly.
India's department of telecommunications is looking at taking over some powers of sector regulator TRAI, including the monitoring of service quality and parameters for telecom network.
Tata Consultancy Services will hire 10,000 more staff in its fourth quarter ending March 2013 on top of its original 50,000 target as it looks to capitalize on strong business growth in the past quarter.
The company charged with rolling out Australia's National Broadband Network has removed the role of head of construction in a restructure.