The first site on the then-new World Wide Web is back online, and we have researchers at CERN to thank.
Wireless charging could be a good way to say goodbye to the mess of cables on every desk - here's some creative ways the technology has been used.
The University of New South Wales' research campuses across New South Wales are crying out for high bandwidth on the NBN.
IBM's new appliance is designed to bring order to the billions of web-connected devices that will be part of our everyday lives by the end of the decade.
A man accused of carrying out a massive denial of service attack is to be extradited from Spain.
If you're the kind of person who wakes up in the morning and shouts, "I can't wait to automate some essential business processes today!", then this post is for you.
The Jawbone UP is my preferred activity tracker and now with their expanding developer support and acquisition of BodyMedia, I look forward to even more great things from Jawbone.
LinkedIn might start to lose its dominance as a social networking platform in the technology sector after today's beta launch of Solaborate
With AT&T and Google (among others) warming up for a gigabit Internet war, Cisco is jumping in the fray with some new products to support the speedy connections.
The software-defined networking space is starting to get heated as more tech giants try to make up for pitfalls in their PC units.
This month's winner looks more like something we'd see on a weak Saturday Night Live sketch rather than a serious product being sold to raise money for charity.
When we think of mobile technology we usually think of processors, apps, and gadgets. That's fun to do, but it's more important we stop and think how profoundly it impacts our lives.
Will poor smart meter security result in hackers being able to blackout neighborhoods on a whim?
The judge presiding over the Apple v. Samsung case has ordered that a new trial will decide whether $450.5 million of damages awarded to Apple should stand — with a few tweaks.
In this article Vijay Sharma, co-founder of Exotel, tells us how his cloud telephony app resolves the pain point of managing customers on inbound voice and SMS without the hassles of running a full fledged call center.
Users of Microsoft's Outlook.com email service can now make and receive Skype calls directly from their inbox.
The U.S. electronics retail giant will leave the European market by selling its 50 percent stake back to its partner, the U.K.-based Carphone Warehouse, for around £500 million ($775m).
As Nokia increasing looks to imaging as a point of differentiation for its devices, Nokia Growth Partners is reportedly about to fund a camera array startup.