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.
The collecting, crunching and maintaining of data have all become integral to the way a number of industries are conducting business these days. But who integrates it all and makes it make sense on the...
A diuretic called bumetanide, used for decades to treat high blood pressure and increase urination rate, has improved symptoms of autism in children in clinical trials.
Scientists can produce 3-D images of the heat created by cellphone radiation when absorbed by brain tissue. The method will be adapted for measuring brains in living people.
High-profile security attacks are like shark attacks: they get a lot of press, but do not represent the greatest threats to enterprise security.
A promising new technique involving cadaver nerves is helping to rehabilitate limbs and save them from amputation.
Coffee? Oil? Diamonds? For one man in Florida, the natural but perishable orchid holds the opportunity for profit.
This isn't just potty talk. The experimental EcBot III uses the microbes in human waste to generate electricity, creating power from the water it cleans.
2012 was a very quiet, but very successful year for Linux. How successful? The most popular end-user operating system is now Linux.
Will Bangladesh lead Asian economic growth? When will China's slowdown arrive? A news veteran and Asia Society executive peers into a crystal ball for 2013.
The emergence of mobile payment platforms is inspiring a flood of new applications that aspire to help small businesses ditch the paper punchcards many currently use to track purchases and reward repeat customers.
Jason Perlow and Veeam's Rick Vanover discuss the merits of Apple iOS, Google Android, Microsoft Windows Phone and RIM BlackBerry 10.
Yet another Amazon cloud failure; will anyone notice?
U.S. holiday sales performance was the poorest since the peak of the 2008 global recession despite the ongoing U.S. economic upswing.