Dubbed the Smart TXTBKS campaign, condensed textbooks and workbooks used by students into 160-character messages that were then inserted in Smart SIM cards and distributed to several public schools in the Philippines.
Google launches technology-laden helium balloons that aim to bring the Internet to remote parts of the world.
Renault hopes its eye-catching all-electric concept car, Twin’Z, can help persuade drivers who refuse to embrace alternative fuel technology to change their minds.
A Japanese startup company is taking on tech titan Google, with a wearable computer it plans to have in stores by the end of 2013.
Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook have unveiled plans for big new buildings with distinctive designs from top-name architects to house their growing workforces and make statements that the tech companies are here to stay.
Microsoft took the wraps its next-generation Xbox- featuring an exclusive ”Halo” series produced by Steven Spielberg.
Yahoo’s decision to buy blogging service Tumblr for $1.1 billion has raised questions about how the internet company will integrate the website.
A Romanian hacker serving a prison term for manipulating automated teller machines (ATMs) says he has invented a device that can make the world’s cash dispensers impregnable even to tech-savvy criminals.
Tech innovators and app designers attending the recent ”Apps For Asia – Redesigning Development” program in Uttar Pradesh, say technology holds the answer to many of Asia’s poverty-related problems.
This StatShot video from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) compares the cost of broadband around the world.
BlackBerry’s CEO says his company is on ”solid ground” but analysts say the changes are coming too late.
The US Navy’s first sea-based, unmanned attack aircraft has passed its first arrested landing test.
A new DNA-based research tool developed in Poland, could help forensic specialists identify dead bodies which have either decomposed or been mutilated beyond recognition.
Founded by a former shop operator, ShopKeep is hoping to get a bigger piece of the growing mobile retail point-of-sale business.
A very funny Nokia Lumia advertisement that tries to promote a better smartphone on Microsoft’s struggling mobile phone operating system, Windows Phone.