Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh in the US have demonstrated a way of transmitting data in the terahertz range using frequency combs, an innovation that could result in the development of wireless technologies over 1,000 times faster than today's networks.
The US Justice Department has threatened to sue Apple and the nation's five biggest book publishers over allegations they have illegally colluded to ensure price-fixing of e-books.
Responding to Apple's forthcoming launch of the new iPad, eBay has launched a program offering owners of older tablets the ability to trade in their devices for a set price.
Juniper Research has predicted that the global value of NFC transactions made will be close to $74 billion in 2015, representing a tripling of transaction values over three years.
India's Telecom Commission expects the final version of India's new National Telecom Policy to be approved by Cabinet by the end of April.
A US bankruptcy judge has barred Apple from pursuing an existing patent infringement case against Eastman Kodak Co, or from filing new legal claims, while bankrupt Kodak looks for a buyer for its patent portfolio.
Google’s Chrome browser was the first to fall to hackers in an annual Web browser security contest.
US incumbent cable company Comcast has rejected the prospect of forging a deal to offer Netflix to its cable subscribers, throwing a spanner into the works for Netflix' plan to seek partnerships with cablecos.
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