Smart homes are about to get a whole lot smarter with Wattwave power line technology from startup enModus.
As we get closer to a point where mere mortals users might be able to get their hands on Glass, exactly how will mere mortal developers write apps for them?
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Businesses want to be social, but how effective are they once they make the leap? U.S. firm Axceler wants to show them.
Square Register was proving too sluggish for quick-serve restaurants. The company's latest update allows for on-the-fly order customization.
A Jefferies analyst estimates that the bill of materials for the iPhone is going higher. Samsung plays a big role in two out of the three primary cost drivers for its rival.
Google Now is one of the best features of the Android platform, and it is now available for iOS devices.
In its quest to go head-to-head with Amazon on the cloud front, Microsoft is adding even more enterprise networking capabilities to its Windows Azure cloud platform.
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The Linux 3.9 kernel brings with it an SSD caching, improved performance for multi-threaded network server applications and a host of other features.
Communications regulator Ofcom has put out a call for participants for a pilot of white space devices, expected to start this autumn.
A new international survey pinpoints where machine-to-machine technology has the best chance to enable smarter cities right now.
Driving alone to work can be costly for employees. Business management software company SAP says solo commuting also hurts companies.
The Associated Press wasn't enough for the Syrian Electronic Army, which has now taken control of another publication's Twitter accounts.
Samsung's new 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 will go on sale globally starting in May, but you will have to wait a little longer if you want a 3G-equipped version.
Uncomfortable with the idea of public cloud data archiving, Carmel Hearing Aids opted for the fireproof and waterproof N2 NAS.
Indian outsourcer Infosys hopes to usher in the next revolution in outsourcing by establishing a center of excellence with an American automation software developer.
The phonemaker is funding and nurturing 20 Indian startups under its "Appcelerate India" program. There is only one string attached: the app is exclusively sold via the Windows Phone store for the first 90 days.