Taiwanese phone maker hopes to expand its presence in the mid-tier phone market through agreement with local telcos for the smaller version of its flagship smartphone, HTC One mini.
Amazon's entry into the games console market could have a huge impact on Microsoft, Sony, Nvidia and AMD, as well as help to establish Qualcomm as the Intel of the post-PC era.
Qualcomm's CEO says that maintaining a cash stockpile is necessary for future competitiveness -- even if investors want a slice of the cash reserves.
Can the power of our favorite gadget pave the way for future medical discoveries?
Why isn't Microsoft saying anything about "Surface v2"? Probably because they don't want to say the one thing that they should say...
Is the link between social media and voting more important than we originally thought?
It's not too soon to start preparing for the impact of drone deployments. Of particular concern: data storage, security, bandwidth, and data transmission latency.
It would take more than 31 million years to count Japan's debt.
Pegatron's financial results in the second quarter have missed analyst expectations.
Could a crowdfunding platform break down North Korea's information blockades?
Out of the thousands on offer to make your life easier, here is a roundup of the most essential iPhone and iPad applications for students.
Western Australia's IT budget is nothing flash, but departments can rest assured knowing their systems won't rot away, with the state spending big on routine maintenance.
US Airways Group says that hackers have breached its systems and had fun playing around with your loyalty points.
It's generally accepted that the use of paper in business is on the way out. How's that really coming along?
The intelligence agency claims it can respect both national security and civil liberties.
Bins in London are now harvesting data from smartphone owners who walk past.
Tourism Australia is considering adopting cloud services and Windows 8 as part of an overhaul of business systems.
The Ministry of Public Security broke up 468 gangs and arrested 1,213 people for suspected personal information trafficking, along with hardware they used to capture data.
West Coast state is turning Japanese as it replaces troubled nuke plant with expensive alternatives.