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Google's operating system is by far the most popular for mobile devices on Earth.
by Juliana Kenny The Chinese web search company is looking at its options around the world, and at supplying multiple technological products.
by Juliana Kenny Silent Circle is issuing a second version of Blackphone, a "super secure" Android-based device.
Technology continues to move at a far more rapid rate than any body or country can develop regulations to protect users against cyber crime.
As the world becomes increasingly connected, data can be harnessed to better public services and address human needs.
The debate continues over whether or not appliance manufacturers specifically design products to degenerate.
Various countries are exploring how to develop smart city infrastructure beginning with the electrical system.
Controversy still surrounds tech giants' sustainable and renewable practices.
The U.K. is launching off-road testing of highways that would charge electric vehicles.
Facebook founder's said initiative would help refugees access aid and maintain family links.
Video urges action against spate of anti-immigrant hate messages on social media.
Protests in the Gujarat state have resulted in the government blockage of mobile messaging systems.
The website was blocked for a day following a request from a small town that a page be changed.
Hi-tech firms are banding together to make sure "internet of things" smart devices are safe to use.
A myriad of projects targets delivering more wireless internet to public spaces across India.
Professor Jean Camp ruminates over why college tuition in the U.S. is vastly expensive.
Google's continued expansion of its speedy web service in the U.S. warrants a look at the state of internet speeds around the world.