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Apple factory workers in China are still facing hefty work loads, harsh, sometimes demeaning, factory rules, and even sexual harassment, according to one undercover reporter.
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Mobile operators are getting into the business of aggregating and selling customer data to advertisers. Is there a way to scale, or are they trying to harness the ocean?
U.S. carrier Sprint is on the hunt for more spectrum as data demand continues to rise.
Deterring criminal behavior by prompting employees with messages to reconsider their "wicked ways" can work, but success also depends on individuals, cultures and the current laws.
China's entrepreneurs prefer to see their startup companies achieve IPO success, rather than being bought out, but this has left some investors disgruntled since some of the listed companies still lack maturity.
A global report by Accenture highlights the need for businesses to adopt a new digital mindset to harness the true potential of technology, whether it is social media, cloud computing or analytics.
Honda and Acura customers in the U.S. will be offered a different kind of add-on when they buy car: a home solar power system.
The best mobile keyboard just got even better with the release of SwiftKey 4 for both Android phones and tablets.
(*plus drives). The guys who gave the world an open source storage array for $7,348 are back with an improved v3.0: higher capacity; better engineering; faster CPU and - when drive prices drop - cheaper too!
Stick on a band-aid and see what happens.
Korea Communication Commission will auction licenses for the 1.8GHz and 2.6GHz spectrum, but KT and SK Telecom, which use the 1.8GHz band for LTE services, may be excluded to ensure competitiveness.
Technology giant Oracle has been ordered by the Australian Federal Court to pay out AU$18,000 for breaching the Sex Discrimination Act.
A British company says it has slashed the cost of fuel cells for cars by replacing expensive metal with a catalyst from detergents.
Apple broke ground with the iPhone's virtual keyboard in 2007, but it appears to be stuck in time. It turns out iOS has lots of keyboard options but Apple and third-party developers have been slow to implement them.
The United States is training highly-skilled workers, but out-of-date immigration policy means they don't stay. And other countries are glad to welcome them.