Hot topics among readers of 'All About Microsoft' in 2012 included both the predictable (Windows 8, Surface, Windows Phone 8) and the rumored coming product/service releases.
I am a huge fan of Windows Phone and have most all the apps I need on this platform, but there are still some key apps missing and frustrating experiences that keep an iPhone 5 and Galaxy Note II in my mobile collection.
Life trackers are very useful for motivating you just enough to improve your life and by doing so on a daily basis you will see improvements. The Fitbit One comes in at price lower than the competition while capturing all the data you could want from such a device.
LG can't wait until CES 2013 to spill the beans on its new ultra-high-res mobile screens.
International Games System signs a deal with Chunghwa Telecom to build an online games platform and forms partnerships with Korean telcos to break into the game apps market there.
A popular neuroscientist (and bestselling fiction author) discusses how new ways of looking at the brain -- and creatively communicating brain research -- might reduce future crimes.
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Korean electronics giant says more than 10 million Galaxy devices have been sold since these products made their debut in 2010, making Samsung the top smartphone manufacturer in India.
Social media and 24/7 news coverage help public protests grow larger, but it is wisdom, not knowledge, that is needed to fuel positive change among India's government and citizenry.
SmartPlanet speaks with astrophysicist Adam Frank about how quantum computing will give us our next enormous leap in computing power and make our recent digital revolution look primitive.
Netflix's Christmas outage is yet another reminder that downtime happens at the worst possible time and the cloud is not inherently resilient.
The boom in e-commerce and mobile messaging, use of Internet blackouts as a form of protest, and the online phenomenon known as Psy top the industry's headlines for what was an eventful year.
Hewlett-Packard confirms the U.S. Department of Justice has started an inquiry into its beleaguered Autonomy acquisition, following news it uncovered fraudulent accounting on the latter's part.
The Taipei High Administrative Court rules against the city government's attempts to impose a NT$1 million fine on the search giant for limiting the time for mobile app refunds to just 15 minutes.
University career centers are increasingly focusing on students' online footprints.
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology wants the growth of Internet users to boost revenues of the local telecommunications and software industries.
Can't keep up with constant natural disasters and extreme weather events? One website captures all from the last year on a splendid interactive map with photos. Includes bubble clouds and spiders.
BUENOS AIRES -- Just across the Rio de la Plata from Argentina, Uruguay is aiming to become a world leader in wind and other renewable energy by 2015. Can it meet such an aggressive timetable?
A compound from scorpion venom can help neurosurgeons see the difference between healthy and cancerous brain tissue that may be left behind after surgery.