Countries with a coordinated national strategy for rolling out broadband are making significantly faster progress than those taking a more laissez-faire approach to broadband development, according to a new report.
Several major British companies and the U.K. government are creating the Defense Cyber Protection Partnership to bolster the country's security against sophisticated cyber attacks.
Yandex wants to use Open Graph and Schema.org to introduce something similar to Twitter deep linking, which allows users to access mobile apps from inside a tweet.
Citrix CEO Mark Templeton has said that banning employees from working from home is an ineffective way of preventing slacking on the job.
A British student has created a telepresence robot that recognizes when a human is addressing it and mimics human behavior.
More than four out of five technologies developed globally never make it to the commercial world, due to their inability to cross the “Valley of Death”—the virtual chasm that separates applied research from technology demonstration—according to analyst firm Frost & Sullivan.
Houston, at Mobile World Congress, said there is a common pattern of thinking, whereby companies that build phones or networks believe that they can also build a cloud service and bolt it on to their existing offerings.
The convergence of devices and software platforms is being driven by the shift towards cloud computing, which will ultimately become the engine room of all modern applications, according to Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth.
Microsoft's Windows Phone is still lagging a long way behind Android and iOS in terms of market share, but new figures indicate that the mobile operating system has experienced strong European growth over the last year, particularly in Britain and Italy.
Avatars, super-crowdsourcing and printing your own medication may sound like the stuff of science fiction books, but a hyper-connected future may not be that far away, according to a new report by Virgin Media Business.
The revamped platform allows users to view documents online in high definition and search, copy text to the clipboard, zoom and print without having to download their files.
The number of people streaming video and sharing files in the workplace has increased exponentially since November 2011.
Thorsten Heins said that the company is 'very, very challenged at the moment' but that it was going through a transitional period.
The technology is being touted as a replacement for current technologies that rely on a relatively weak satellite signal that is vulnerable to disruption.
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