American productivity has grown by its fastest rate since 2010 in Q3 2012 according to official figures.
Mobile operator's long-term evolution network will go live in January 2013, and it will invest 300 million ringgit (US$98.5 million) over three years to support the next-generation wireless technology.
The amount of data used by Australians over fixed broadband and mobile is skyrocketing, according to the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
Tech investors are steering their money away from Angry Birds-style apps and toward the enterprise.
Space Exploration Technologies has secured two mission contracts with the U.S. Air Force.
Changes in regulations for investment managers mean big changes to their IT systems, but when funds have multiple systems that need to reflect the changes, discrete systems will no longer be able to cut it, according to SimCorp.
With Windows 10, Microsoft is planning to break from the past, replacing Internet Explorer with a cleaner, faster way to browse the web. Here's why your organization may decide to stick with IE.
The serial entrepreneur's latest venture, Vitals, is writing a new prescription for the way U.S. consumers choose doctors or dentists.
HONG KONG -- One sold for US$387,000. Why property speculators are changing tack and the parking-space market is booming.
Finnish phone maker is partnering the Chinese telco giant to launch Lumia 920T, a model running on its TD-SCDMA network, in a bid to regain market share in the Chinese smartphone sector.
Rolls-Royce is in talks with the Serious Fraud Office over alleged malpractice by intermediaries.
India's mobile companies and retailers have been ordered to physically verify buyers' addresses and tighten security measures, following reports of SIM cards bought under fake names to carry out terrorist activities.
The U.S. House of Representatives has unanimously approved a resolution to oppose U.N. intent to govern and regulate the Internet at its WCIT-12 conference in Dubai, currently underway. [UPDATED]
NBN Co has lost one of its veteran executives to Broadcast Australia, head of industry relations and product development, Jim Hassell.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about cybersecurity trends in 2012.
In the next phase of Instagram's shift away from Twitter, the company has cut off integration with Twitter cards.
Social-media giants Twitter and Facebook may have left their users' information vulnerable for over 100 days, while a small startup also experiencing the same problem took just two days to take some form of action.
Apparently Lenovo is listening. The default disk partitioning layout for its shape-shifting Yoga 13 steals nearly half the available space. Here's the official fix.
Message Bus has a simple goal: help customers keep their legitimate email messages out of recipients' spam folders.