One of the most powerful demos at Mobile World was the GSMA's visualization of how anonymized mobile data could stop the spread of disease and illness.
U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra will appear on CNET's Buzz Out Loud on Tuesday, August 4. BOL host Tom Merritt has opened the door for the tech community to submit questions for Chopra. See how to submit your questions and where to watch the interview.
With all the hype surrounding Google Fiber and its competitors, will we look back on the whole experiment as a colossal waste of resources or a long overdue harbinger of better internet?
On Tuesday, Clearwire announced that it has launched WiMAX in 10 new markets, mostly in West Texas. See where WiMAX is now and where else Clearwire is planning WiMAX rollouts for the rest of 2009.
In a special episode of Prizefight, CNET's Briant Tong, Bonnie Cha, and Nicole Lee pit the iPhone 3G S against the Palm Pre in three speed tests: boot up time, loading a Web page, and taking and sending a photo.
Apple and Verizon have been rumored to be in talks over the iPhone, but on Thursday they made a different announcement: the iPad is coming to Verizon stores.
As Google Fiber is sorting out its next moves, ground zero in the gigabit wars has emerged in Louisville, Kentucky, where AT&T Fiber has talked big but signed up very few gigabit customers.
A decade ago, nearly all of us had much faster Internet access at the office than at home. That's not always the case today. Where do you get better bandwidth? Take the poll.
In the midst of troubled economic times, the IT world marches on with a strong mandate to help businesses drive efficiency and cost savings. With that in mind, here is a list of predictions for the rising and falling IT trends of 2009.