Declining revenues from core businesses and increasing competition from OTT providers mean operators need to move to new markets and business segments to stay competitive and profitable.
Many companies still handling security of their systems manually but deploying automation, cost inefficiency can be reduced and security issues can be resolved more quickly.
Nokia employees take another hit as the firm continues to slash jobs amid company restructuring efforts.
The chief executive of the struggling electronic maintains that even though Sony isn't quite there yet, it soon will be.
Developing markets, led by China, will be the biggest contributors to the 837 million smartphones estimated to be shipped this year.
Support from industry giants Samsung and Intel will only help the Linux-based mobile platform that much, and support from device makers and developers is crucial for its long-term future.
Many novice art collectors don't have big budgets. That's not an issue for this 20-something entrepreneur's affordable art rental site, Artsicle.
Efforts will not just help boost state coffers, but also provide market opportunities for industry and help bridge urban-rural divide for more equitable growth.
Humans on Mars is looking more like a reality in the not-too-distant future. But how much would it cost? This infographic breaks it down.
Identity management systems are core to the security and viability of any commercial enterprise but they are complex and hard to deploy.
Telstra subsidiary Sensis has announced its intention to buy online directory company TrueLocal.
Indian software services provider books 68.5 percent rise in second quarter net profit; promotes current COO and president Anant Gupta to replace Vineet Nayar as CEO.
The European Aviation Safety Agency has joined the FAA in grounding Boeing's 787 Dreamliners due to security concerns.
The ANZ Innovyz "Start" program, modelled off the popular TechStars accelerator in the US, has picked 10 startups to mentor and provide initial funding for.
Indian operator plans to launch 4G products and services in the second half of this year using the "liberalized" 1800MHz airwaves it successfully bid for during last November's auction.
At only 12 watts, the "Nanolight" provides the brightness of a 100-watt incandescent light bulb and can last decades.
Ailing Japanese electronics giant is said to be discussing the possibility of selling its Nanjing TV assembly plant to Lenovo, and partner up to promote its Aquos TVs in China.
NBN Co has rejected a request from Optus to access its confidential financial information.