France's second biggest operator takes LTE to the capital, as its third-placed rival sets out its stall for its own launch later this year.
The company's first year at VMware's VMworld powwow highlights how it has become a player in servers as well as the data center.
Nissan is giving itself a deadline for driverless cars.
Huawei intends to introduce commercial 5G networks by 2020, a service touted as "100 times faster" than current fourth generation networks.
The Google/Microsoft YouTube dispute tells you more about the way software for the mobile internet is being developed than you might have thought.
The deal is under public scrutiny as question marks are raised on whether the telco gains an unfair advantage through indirectly completely owning the critical network infrastructure which serves competitors.
Sharing tech is a viable option for small companies that can't afford to invest in the solutions they need. By teaming up with other companies, they can get access to otherwise out-of-reach resources.
Actions of U.S. government impact the way Asian countries look at U.S. technology companies like VMware, making it tough for them to do business in these fast-growing markets, says CEO Pat Gelsinger.
A hacker hailing from Pennsylvania has pleaded guilty to selling access to Energy Department supercomputers. The intended recipient? The FBI.
Microsoft is dead set against giving Windows 8.1 to developers before the general public. But how can a developer make the best of a bad situation...?
A new report suggests that smart watches, jumping on the back of popular mobile devices, will become a frequent buy for consumers by 2018.
Orders for Apple's wearable computing device said to have been split between Inventec and Quanta Computer, and the device will retail at an average price of US$199, according to CIMB research and news report.
Google's new Asus-made Nexus 7 hits major European markets today starting at just over $300 for the 16GB wi-fi model.
Scientists claim to have successfully achieved control over a human brain using remote computing.
The tech giant filed its application yesterday, but it appears it has yet to be seen or approved.
Years ago I wrote a piece called "RAID5 stops working in 2009." It's now 2013. Was I right?
The New Zealand government will not move ahead with plans for online voting.
Having seen the benefits from server virtualization, enterprises are now asking for virtualization to move into networking and storage, says VMware's Asia-Pacific head.
While the Apple community awaits the reported release of a new version of iOS and new i-devices to run it, one Android power user lists what turns him off about Android and has turned him into a switcher to the iPad.