Beware unintended consequences! Pervasive use could undermine efficiency gains.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, "resilient" is seen as the new green by a budding architectural movement, says SmartPlanet columnist C.C. Sullivan.
Channel partners will need to deepen their expertise in this area, which is the common underlying thread for many trends expected in 2013.
World's fifth-largest telecom equipment maker says it has signed a deal to loan US$20 billion from government-backed China Development Bank to finance its overseas expansion.
Optus is trialling virtualised packet core technology designed to improve mobile service in times when the network is under strain.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has challenged New Yorkers to reinvent the humble payphone.
America's vision of the Detroit factory town may need an update as the automotive capital pursues a future in connected cars.
MEXICO CITY -- Can Mexico's new president Enrique Pena Nieto capitalize on favorable trends in the country?
The creator of the Roomba and other beloved robots left iRobot four years ago and has released two new ones -- both drones -- in her new job at CyPhy.
Apple iTunes Store has expanded into 56 new countries, including India and Indonesia which were not among the 12 Asian markets the online store was previously launched in.
A first for a city police force in India, the Mumbai police Web site will be upgraded to meet international accessibility standards and better serve the disabled population.
Optus has asked the competition regulator to provide confidential information from NBN Co in order to ensure that it will not ultimately overcharge access seekers on the NBN.
For those of you who use VMware vSphere, you know that resource overprovisioning is an option. Some see it as a pariah, while others see it as a feature.
iiNet will trial its Fetch TV IPTV product in an NBN greenfields site, in what is the first use of multicasting on the NBN.
Mary Meeker's slide vividly depicts the relentless march of mobile OS into the heart of desktop QWERTY keyboard land
"The Morning Briefing" is SmartPlanet's daily roundup of must-reads from the web. This morning we're reading about the concept of the "Internet of Things."
Venture-capital executives have downplayed a 9 percent increase in the number of deals this year, which the industry body trumpets as a sign of success.
MariaDB, the MySQL fork database management system, is throwing down the gauntlet to Oracle by forming a foundation to promote its alternative DBMS software.