The famed technology fair in Germany this week was a major gathering place for the hot topic in business circles, digital transformation. The talk this year was much more on how, than why.
IBM has shown off some of the novel computer systems that could help the world's largest radio telescope to peer 13 billion years back in time.
Spies will target IT staff with access to infrastructure and information, says NSA whistleblower in a video-link interview at CeBIT in Hannover.
Research centres in China and Germany will investigate IoT.
Telecoms giant Vodafone has begun offering Voice over LTE calling in Germany, in its latest move to introduce the standard in Europe.
Beyond the gadgets on display, the Hannover trade show reflects a big shift of focus in the international tech scene.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba predicts facial recognition will be the next big thing in online payments.
Four years after the PlayBook, BlackBerry has another go at making a tablet, this time one with with a $2,000+ price tag, hardware from Samsung and software from IBM.
The company's new, dedicated brand will bring together Internet of Things devices and enterprise users.
From Bill Gates' unveiling of Windows 95 to Edward Snowden's keynote this year, CeBIT is still one of tech's biggest shindigs.
Angela Merkel has used the CeBIT event as a platform to advocate closer tech cooperation between China and Germany.
Rackspace has announced the Australian launch of its redesigned public cloud offering, along with an update of its Australian cloud servers that it says will provide a 'cloud-bursting' offering for local customers.
Information technology will be at the centre of a global economic transformation that will soon see the world’s developing regions overtake the developed world’s dominance, according to Megatrends author John Naisbitt.
The average lifespan of the traditional enterprise is plummeting rapidly, largely due to inability to adapt to today's fast changing technologies.
Leading enterprise vendors, including Software AG, shift their stacks to in-memory, promising greater capabilities for cross-enterprise data analysis.
Kits designed to help you get started on making your own gadgets without getting bogged down in technical detail.
Researchers from Zurich university's computer department have been demonstrating robot aircraft that can navigate to their destinations autonomously.
Bots on display at this year's CeBIT trade show offer a glimpse of the machines that may soon be part of our lives.
Germany's CeBIT trade show is one of the biggest dates in the enterprise technology calendar. Here's what going down in Hannover this year.
An installation on show at CeBIT in Hannover lets people use an app to design 3D objects and have them carved by an industrial robot arm.
Hannover Fairs' giant CeBIT conference is on at Darling Harbour again this year, and our photographers were there to catch all the action. Check out the biggest booths, the weirdest tech, and the giant smiles welcoming potential customers.
At CeBIT 2008, Asus had a massive presence and managed to draw crowds wanting to get a closer look at the new and improved 8.9-inch Asus Eee PC.
New hardware on show at CeBIT in Germany this year includes a Windows version of a low-power laptop and a notebook designed for air travel.
CeBIT Australia is on again for 2007 with hundreds of IT products and services on display in addition to the conference, keynotes and forums. Join us as we take a photo tour of the exhibition halls.
The intelligent dressing room is part of the Metro Group's vision of tomorrow's store.
Around 6,300 companies from 70 countries will present their latest novelties at this year's fair.
ZDNet UK reporters have some fun while touring the mammouth grounds of CeBit in Hannover, Germany.
The big tech exhibit in Hannover, Germany, makes room for an array of displays, large and small.