A review of Tree Houses: Fairy Tale Castles in the Air, by Philip Jodidio
The new BlackBerry devices are beautiful, but it has a long way to go before it regains significance in the enterprise; in the US, it owns only 6 percent of the information worker install base.
Incivility at work hurts the bottom line.
Anyone who used MeeGo will quickly see that BlackBerry 10 has many of those swiping design elements in its new UI. MeeGo went farther in some respects, but there are much better prospects for more extensive application development with BlackBerry than there are with MeeGo now that Nokia killed that project.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee has warned that if you don't have administrator access on your device and it's full of proprietary apps, it really serves masters other than you.
Windows 8 has shifted the focus to tablets and convertibles. But there's still no substitute for a real laptop, and there is plenty of room left for innovation. For the past few weeks, I've been trying out several laptops that are leading the way.
A cross-site scripting flaw that saw some Yahoo email users lose control of their accounts has now been traced back to a WordPress installation that was not patched for at least eight months.
Former Buddhist monk Andy Puddicombe seeks to turn meditation into a corporate productivity hack.
The Department of Telecommunications has requested all local operators to install location-based servers in their networks to track calls in real time, thereby enhancing domestic security.
PARIS -- With poor air quality decreasing life expectancy, European insurance Generali is sponsoring a unique hot air balloon to study pollutants and inform the public of unhealthy conditions.
Ensuring that the cost of capacity over fibre doesn't go up in the long run will require changes to the way data is sent over the fibre, according to Bell Labs.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about vaccination trials and research.
Indian telco inks exclusive partnership with Chinese PC giant to sell dual-band smartphones across the country as they both target the sub-US$150 consumer segment.
The search giant has submitted proposals that, if agreed upon by European antitrust regulators, change how it conducts business while avoiding hefty fines.
The Intel subsidiary has promoted its Australia and New Zealand managing director to the Asia-Pacific role.
The disruptive social cloud of people and data that is today's Internet has created all new business possibilities. Speakers at Oracle #CloudWorld this week explored how enterprises can organize better to take advantage of these opportunities.
On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team looks at Sir Tim Berners-Lee's comments on the NBN, Transport for New South Wales' hot house for train apps, the federal election and what it means for the NBN, and BlackBerry 10.
Microsoft officials say an email sent to some of its Most Valuable Professionals about the company's waning commitment to the DirectX multimedia interface was a mistake.