At only 12 watts, the "Nanolight" provides the brightness of a 100-watt incandescent light bulb and can last decades.
Ailing Japanese electronics giant is said to be discussing the possibility of selling its Nanjing TV assembly plant to Lenovo, and partner up to promote its Aquos TVs in China.
NBN Co has rejected a request from Optus to access its confidential financial information.
A U.S.-produced Prius would allow the company to cut the sticker price considerably.
The online retailer has high hopes for its mobile operations in the new financial year.
This cannery on wheels is helping microbreweries, and even nanobreweries, get on the beer-can bandwagon.
In this live analyst call, veteran Microsoft watcher Mary Jo Foley gives power users and enterprise IT pros the rundown on what's new in Windows 10, its staggered release schedule, and Microsoft's "Windows...
HONG KONG -- But while companies are concerned about costs, employees lament the choking pollution.
Chinese Internet company creates division which will focus on new products for mobile Internet, including apps.
South Korean company dominates supply of Google Android smartphones, and is eyeing more marketshare on Windows 8 phones.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about weapon control and regulations.
Could the land of Bob Marley be poised to stir it up against China's dominance of rare earths? After a recent find, Japan thinks so.
SAP has made it clear that its vision for HANA wasn't just a technical curiosity. Now, it's taking it to Broadway.
Visionstream will join Service Stream in getting Telstra's infrastructure ready for the rollout of Australia's National Broadband Network.
VMware's chief technology officer, who helped grow the virtualization giant from 90 to more than 13,000 employees, is moving on.
Despite accountancy "improprieties" and apparent financial conflicts between the teams, HP's Meg Whitman is batting away requests to buy two of its business units.
With the tech-driven manufacturing resurgence, a call to establish university programs dedicated to preparing people to lead this economic growth engine.
Tablets and other mobile gadgets are commonly said to be consumption devices, not good for doing real work. Those of us who prove that wrong know it's in large part due to focus.
If your Facebook profile is feeling lonesome, a Brazilian service will conjure up a fake girlfriend to round out your virtual identity.