Wrangler's latest line of jeans aims to pack a spa and gym into one skinny-leg denim package.
Should Apple focus less on the latest technological innovation and more on appealing to consumers with less to spend?
The Netherlands' biggest mobile operator has announced its 4G plans, with next-generation services set to go live from next month.
Leaking false information to lead hackers down the wrong path makes more sense for government agencies as they have more resources to do so and more sensitive information to protect.
Is tablet-centered learning coming to The Big Apple?
Combined with macroeconomic uncertainty, disappointing demand for Windows 8 devices and media tablets replacing PC cut revenue for PC microprocessors last year, says IDC.
In this live analyst call, veteran Microsoft watcher Mary Jo Foley gives power users and enterprise IT pros the rundown on what's new in Windows 10, its staggered release schedule, and Microsoft's "Windows...
Symantec says that as demand grows for cloud computing, businesses need to be aware of the "hidden costs" associated with this technology.
ICT regulator IDA to put up for bidding 27 blocks of airwaves for total reserve price of S$360 million, giving telcos more spectrum to offer faster services.
Chinese security company confirms it is in early-stage discussions with interested parties regarding possible investments, but declines to name Baidu and Tencent as those involved despite speculation.
It is not only online threats that the country's infrastructure has to deal with, but also tainted USB drives, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Beijing isn't the only city dealing with air pollution. Here's what Hong Kong plans to do about it.
Domestic smartphone makers are not perturbed by foreign brands such as Samsung and Apple entering China, since much of the growth is coming from tier-3 to tier-6 cities where these companies are less competitive in.
Government is inviting both local and international operators to bid for 2 nationwide service licenses as it looks to grow its nascent telecoms industry.
Qualcomm's CEO Paul Jacobs isn't a fan of Google Glass it seems.
Country's Cyber Terror Response Center say last year's cyberattack on two South Korean news sites was traced to an overseas server used in previous cyberattacks by North Korea.
NBN Co has defended its tiered speed pricing model, stating it is designed to get users over from the existing copper network.
The organisation behind Australian primary school icon Happy Healthy Harold will add cybersafety to its teaching modules next month, having identified it as a significant part of education for children.
Telco's CEO for India and South Asia, Sanjay Kapoor, to quit in March following a series of resignations by key executives. He will be replaced by group director Gopal Vittal.