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As much as 30 million yuan (US$5 million) of investment could be lost in limbo as a Hong Kong-based Bitcoin trading platform vanishes.
Philippine government selects Japan's ISDB-T as the industry standard the country will use when it finally switches from analog to digital broadcasting, but the migration may still take years.
Google has updated Glass to XE11 and removed the threat to deactivate devices if they're sold second hand.
In a move to accelerate its industrial restructuring, the Chinese city hopes to attract investors with talent, property, research and development, as well as HR incentives.
The Evaki Solar Power Pad if used daily can save around 2kWh to 10kWh of energy in a year. Its vision is to design and develop electronic devices that are energy efficient, which in turn can lead to a sustainable planet.
Businesses are forced to operate at a new pace as they contend with informed customers, smart competitors, and employees who choose to use their own technology for work. These trends change how firms use information technology: to be smarter, more secure, and above all nimble.
Microsoft Ventures, a worldwide empire of startup accelerators, and a redoubled determination to innovate are all part of the Microsoft future, according to execs.
Modular smartphones seem like a good ideas, but they have a number of significant problems.
The Chinese Internet giant has rolled out a site featuring wearable devices running its mobile cloud operating system, as part of its push to tap the market and expand its presence in mobile.
CRM Idol 2013 is heading into the home stretch now. The five finalists, after a long and often difficult process on an uncertain but exciting journey, have been chosen and their job, which they have to accept, is to get a video done, up and voted on by the public and the influencers. How exciting? More? See below.
A new wave of tech accelerators want to turbo-boost the London tech startup scene: but what do they really offer for small businesses?
The computer giant is stepping up its printing efforts by embracing the three-dimensional market, because the existing technology is "like watching ice melt."
A new report shows how pervasive tracking technology has become for blue-collar workers.
Organisations in the UK should expect to be able to introduce new applications software up to 33 percent faster using DevOps – and the software should be better to.
One of the former brains behind Microsoft's Kinect is spearheading the company's efforts in new devices, including wearable technologies.