Country reveals "Magsimim Le'umit", a national program which recruits pupils aged 16 to 18 and trains them to fend off online attacks from Israel's enemies.
The hacktivist collective has issued a statement boasting that there is more to come in 2013.
Two Singapore companies heading to Las Vegas in January eye tie-ups with channel partners and the opportunity to showcase their innovations to a wider international audience.
HP is evaluating the performance of its business devisions and may remove any that do not meet the company's "objectives."
Samsung has disclosed a new line of products, including a Smart TV upgrade kit, before CES kicks off next week.
Following the United States' lead, major Chinese firms are looking for investment opportunities in Israel.
Finding the best storage solutions for the onslaught of data is one of the key issues for IT managers. Pain points, storage options and storage budgets are part of the findings in Tech Pro Research's latest...
A recap of the 10 most popular blog posts of 2012 here at The Apple Core. Welcome to our own little Apple Zeitgeist.
Rental car company Avis gets into carsharing by buying the world's leading carsharing network.
Chinese Internet company formally debuts beta version of its photo search service, as a new tool under its So.com search engine.
Partner for its semiconductor manufacturing project partly to boost national security will be announced by end-March, and fabs expected to be operational by 2014.
For SmartPlanet's The Take, columnist C.C. Sullivan finds new books (and exhibitions) that will shape the big architecture debates in 2013. Read these new books, if you read any.
Keep losing your USB drives? No matter -- once finished, throw it away.
From gaming applications to fitness accessories, the potential consumer applications for motion-capture technology are quite literally limitless.
Local police arrest 13-year-old boy for threatening to bomb a casino resort on Facebook, and he faces a possible hefty fine and even jail time.
MEXICO CITY -- An exhibit honors Frida Kahlo's style with pieces from a wardrobe that spent 50 years in hiding.
Web users in Asia can experience Google's services at an estimated 30 percent faster speeds once new data centers in Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong, come online this year.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about the aviation industry.
Will machine-to-machine connections be the next cloud and big data (at least in terms of tech marketing)? Will cloud finally kill server sales? And Windows 8 and RIM's fate remain the wild cards of 2013.