As we look forward to 2013, these are just some of the trends and situations we expect to be dealing with.
According to an online report, the Mac Mini, and not the Mac Pro, will be the first Apple computer to be produced as part of the company's return to U.S. manufacturing. Would that make sense for Apple?
In the past decade Africa trails only South Asia as the region with the largest mobile growth rate.
An emerging market for solar cells integrated into rooftops, windows and other building facades could provide a new source of revenue for the solar and building industries.
The cloud-based application goes beyond to-do lists to help organize all the documents, conversations and tasks associated with a given project.
Road innovation? Believe it. Here are nine technologies that will one day make roads smarter and safer.
It might have made the Roman Empire take a step back, but the climate of Ireland appeals to the datacenter industry.
Institute for Information Industry signs agreement with a Vietnamese agency to build e-learning classrooms using products made by Taiwanese IT vendors.
EPA Chief Lisa Jackson had ambitious plans to address climate change and other environmental issues but spent the last four years battling industry instead.
China Written Works Copyright Society has been awarded compensation of US$68,000 in an infringement verdict against Apple, which was found to have sold rights-protected books illegally in its appstore.
How to keep on top of the forces reshaping organizations and opportunities.
Telecom regulator says Indian broadband providers will be fined up to INR 1 million per service parameter if a false compliance report is filed, and INR 50,000 for failure to meet service benchmarks.
The world's longest high-speed rail line travels over 1,400 miles in eight hours.
With the price of 7" tablets now reaching the sub-$200 level, should they be considered disposable computing devices?
The biggest solar storm on record in 1859 brought down US and European telegraph systems and lit up the world sky with Aurorae; a similar storm today would wreak havoc with power grids and fry delicate electronics. Your cloud infrastructure platforms are particularly vulnerable...
IDC predicts smartphones, tablets and ongoing transition to 3G networks in developing markets will spur the industry upward from its sub-1 percent growth in 2012.
Taiwanese electronics manufacturer unveils its first online shopping site domestically, and will promote its 60-inch TVs and Musn-branded phones, as well as Sharp's Aquos smartphones.
BERLIN -- As Germany's demand for skilled labor grows, Europe's unemployed engineers, scientists and programmers are poised to fill the gaps.