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Would a helmet that contained technology cars used to communicate lower the rate of accidents on the road?
Smartphone shipments in India reached a record high in 2012, powered by local vendors offering low-end smartphones.
NZ Post has been been using the RightNow customer management cloud service for a long time, and is now looking to use the product suite for its courier business.
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Mobile industry leaders say the main reasons operators are launching LTE are improved data speeds for customers and new IP-based services (which will drive new revenue for operators).
The 3D printing enthusiast's dream -- a "Pirate Bay" clone for all your blueprint needs.
Indonesian mobile retailer inks partnership with wireless service provider Brightstar to bring services focused on supply chain, distribution and trading to companies in the mobile devices and telecom business.
Outsourcing vendor HCL Technologies offers to find jobs for engineering graduates who protested around the country over claims they waited over a year to commence work with their new employer.
Could the future of our public transport rely on electric vehicles? Probably not.
Unless the nation turns to helping its startups, the Australian economy is set towards certain doom, according to a new Silicon Beach Action Group consisting of Google and several startup community members.
The difference in reasons why people who create, manage, and develop open-source and free software, and why end users consume it is a major philosophical disconnect.
Mark Iceberg, er, Zuckerberg, keeps the office temperature at 15 degrees C. He likes alertness.
Research shows that stumbling forward an hour leads to an increase in heart attacks, workplace injuries and reduced productivity.
IBM, Excel Medical Electronics and the UCLA are testing a real-time alarm system to flag rising brain pressure among intensive care unit patients.
Japan made a major breakthrough in the production of a new energy source that has implications for the energy-poor country and the rest of the world.
Chinese telecoms equipment maker says its organizational review is ongoing with more changes ahead for underperforming parts, amid reports it is cutting 20 percent of its workforce in Q1 2013.
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