There's no formal investigation yet, but Europe's competition watchdog is looking at Apple's iPhone deals with the continent's mobile carriers.
Despite the rise in IT budgets compared in 2013, most businesses in the region do not perceive technology as being able to help them innovate or differentiate, and the CEO's IT involvement is seen as critical to driving success.
Government plans to build data centers in subterranean caverns a bid to find new space, but finding suitable sites may be difficult and construction may have an environmental impact on water tables.
The U.K. doesn't appear too happy with Amazon's tax-related practices.
Can "real-time" marketing really work on social media networks?
Google's decision to retire Google Reader has sparked outrage. Get over it.
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Telcos have come up with a unique way to keep its users, especially VIPs, connected at all times--placing signal towers on carts and trailers to keep them mobile--allowing them to be moved elsewhere in the event of complaints.
Digital entrepreneurship is thriving and doesn't have to be restricted to a few chosen tech hubs. Even in downbeat Croydon, something exciting is stirring.
As we mark World Water Day, it's time to get smarter about water usage.
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From sociologists to psychologists, governments, researchers, police, marketers, HR managers, marriage brokers, and psephologists--everyone seems to be turning to the social media for answers.
Another day, another enterprise software vendor with sales execution issues. Perhaps cloud computing, SaaS and a CIO penchant for operating expenses over perpetual licenses are the real causes of earnings woe.
Relying on the NBN Co corporate plan to learn about the actual NBN rollout is like using Life of Pi as a manual for tiger care: It may seem like it has all the answers at first, but if you're not ready to keep an open mind you're going to get eaten alive.
Ken Boal takes over from Richard Kitts, who is moving to a new role within the Cisco family.
Implementation starts in April, but the first component of the new passport systems project won't go live until 2015.
In a strong letter to the SEC chairman, the American Institute of Architects berates the regulator for missing a deadline and says now's the time. Economic recovery depends on it.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments on Monday concerning the patent disputes and "pay for delay" tactics.