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India's Reva sells more electric cars abroad than it does at home and it may yet be some ways away from wooing the average Indian. But if it gets its strategy right, it may end up selling quite a few cars at home, if not globally.
Pebble and Jawbone have open platforms for development and today's announcements show they are both making efforts to compete in the wearable market.
Fueled by Apple's iBeacon specification, devices for location-based marketing initiatives are popping up in an array of company product portfolios. Here's a look at a few interesting players.
Microsoft's two-year-old accelerator program is outperforming its US rivals, according to one exec.
What do we think we know about the rumored iWatch, and what would Apple's entry into wearables mean for the tech industry?
Apple's rumored iWatch product will not be limited to a single design and will contain various sensors to track your health, according to reports.
A 34-point initiative, launched under the banner 'Nouvelle France Industrielle', is setting its sights on emerging tech to help stimulate French production.
The impact of technology has hit the IT and media sectors hard recently, but it's government-owned industries that will be up next, according to a new Deloitte report.
HC1 CEO Brad Bostic says Healthcare Relationship Management can eliminate the communication and information management disconnects between healthcare organizations.
The white heat of technology needs a furnace. That's where research labs - both commercial and academic - come in.
With the Raspberry Pi and its modular programming language at its heart, Kano is hoping to inspire kids to get involved with programming.
Microsoft's latest start-up accelerator is focusing on home automation and will be based in Redmond, Wash.
Could Google Maps now become more useful -- or intrusive?
Apple may have attempted and failed to purchase Nuance in the past, but it seems Samsung may have piqued the speech recognition software company's interest instead.
500 million wearable tech articles will be sold annually by 2020, Intel believes - and they won't be smartwatches.