In a time where businesses and individuals are using longer passwords to protect their accounts, we're reminded how quickly cybercrime is evolving.
Samsung's smartwatch will be unveiled ahead of Germany's IFA consumer tech trade show.
The concept of using a smartphone as a core module for a tablet or a laptop is nothing new. This upcoming product kicks it up a notch by turning a Galaxy S3 or S4 phone into both a tablet and a laptop.
Ever wonder where a startup idea goes before it dies? Try this thrift store for startups.
A US judge has approved Facebook's offer of $20m to settle a case over how users' 'likes' are fed into 'Sponsored Stories' advertising, with approximately half going to Facebook users.
Still riding on its success and the $35 million investment from Accel, 99designs has been able to use its clout to buy up rival design company LogoChef in Brazil.
Breakthroughs in collaboration tools reduce time wasted in meetings and facilitate more productive engagement among employees. You just need to prove it to the board.
Workday's biggest obstacle to competing with Oracle and SAP may be distribution among systems integrators.
The social intelligence service intends to help media and brands mine deep insights and precise, curated content from social conversations.
The visually-impaired can find out what's in front of them by snapping a picture, where a global network of volunteers can then key in their comments, which are read out over the blind user's smartphone.
Both sides will raise cooperation in ICT, with Indonesia eyeing mutual benefits from opening up to more business to India's ICT expertise.
Nokia is campaigning for greater clarity in India, but it's not planning to pull out of the country for now.
In the U.S. employee sabbaticals are rare. But maybe they shouldn't be.
According to Google chairman Eric Schmidt, the company certainly "did not take Oracle's stuff," and he's fed up of being asked the question.
Contract chipmaker spends US$753 million on research and development in the first half of this year on high-end chips and wafers through advanced process technologies, extending its lead held over past five years.
With the release of the Ubuntu Touch Preview and the Ubuntu SDK, along with the thinking revealed by the Edge project, Canonical's plans for operating system convergence by April 2014 are gradually taking shape.
Toyota is the latest automaker to roll out discounted leases and financing in an effort to boost sluggish sales of their all-electric vehicles.
Nobel-winning economist and New York Times opinionator Paul Krugman tries to put into context Steve Ballmer's exit announcement, the history of the Wintel industry and the rise of smart phones. What's hindering Krugman's analysis is that he's a typical Windows PC end-user.
Telstra will be providing managed telecommunications services to Australian Customs and Border Protection for the next five years, under an AU$56 million deal.