Of all the companies in the ICT sector known for having a good reputation, IBM is one of the leaders. But this week, the giant tripped up in New Zealand.
The New Zealand government has announced plans to hold an auction for digital dividend spectrum in the third quarter of 2013.
A UCLA doctor has developed a technology that lets a smartphone work as a microscope. The potential for field delivery of medical care is tremendous.
The Unique Identification Authority of India is looking into two complaints received in July 2012 regarding the duplicating of citizen IDs.
MADRID -- Spanish start-up tries to put the color back into those musty, black-and-white travel guides.
BERLIN -- Germany is at the center of a copyright conflict that has led to an effective blackout of 61-percent of the top YouTube videos.
Cloud storage services offer a mixed bag of benefits and liabilities, with convenience and productivity balanced against security concerns and the challenges of developing solid vendor relationships. The...
All businesses and services conducted over the Internet will need to abide by consumer protection regulations, amid cases of electronic fraud rising to a "worrying" level.
Being a musician can be fun but it's a tough way to pay rent. Can technology devise a sustainable business model?
Asian giant still lags behind other emerging nation in electronic payments usage, despite rising base of credit and debit cards, and other paperless transaction modes, according to Visa-Moody's Analytics.
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about cybercrime and security.
Telstra has confirmed that it will cut 648 roles in a restructure of its ailing advertising subsidiary Sensis.
In the latest round of its seed funding program, Optus has shortlisted 10 Aussie startups in a bid to help them find pre-series A-round funding, and will contribute AU$250,000 of its own to kick things off.
iiNet has reported a 122 percent increase in net profits in the first half of this financial year of AU$32 million.
If you're going to allow users to bring their own devices, find out what you can do to maintain security and be a happier you. These ten security recommendations will help you do both.
If encrypted data is random, then sending it to the cloud should be able to sidestep the data sovereignty debate. But the necessary cost of encrypting everything has simply put this solution out of reach.
Open source vendor Red Hat announces a Big Data strategy that spans the full enterprise software stack, both in the public cloud and on-premise.
A new report from Javelin Strategy & Research found that identity fraud claimed approximately one new victim every three seconds in 2012.
Twitter is telling the world it wants to make digital ads better (rather than just make more of them) with the likes of Adobe and Salesforce.