The advent of 4G technologies such as WiMax and LTE has generated a lot of buzz in the consumer market, particular for their potential to change the smartphone market.
Stories by Brad Reed
One of the government agencies in charge of doling out broadband stimulus cash has pushed back the dates for when it will start handing out grants.
The US government has pledged US$1.2 billion to help hospitals and clinicians develop and implement systems for digital health records and information sharing.
AT&T on Sunday blocked sections of the popular image-based bulletin board, adding more fuel to the debate over network neutrality.
AT&T now says that it blocked portions of the popular 4chan.org bulletin board because it was being used as a base to launch distributed denial of servioce (DDoS) attacks against one of its customers.
This past weekend, something strange happened in the U.S. media landscape: Twitter helped shape coverage of the Iranian elections protests.
A panel of experts at a recent conference at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology concluded that more organisations will look to cloud computing in the near future because of its potential cost savings and its ability to deliver flexible scaling.
Mobile user interfaces and a new version of Bluetooth top Gartner's list of mobile technologies to watch in 2009 and 2010.
Bluetooth may soon be used to monitor heart rates.
US telco Verizon Business is extending the reach of its denial of service attack detection service to 23 new countries, including New Zealand.
Akamai's Web traffic delivery surged to record levels during President Barack Obama's inauguration Tuesday, as the company's global content delivery networks had to deliver a peak of more than 7 million simultaneous data streams.
Advisory firm Nemertes Research has released a study that forecasts demand for bandwidth on the web exceeding its capacity by 2012.
Microsoft and content delivery network services provider Akamai are working on a new video service which promises to deliver high-speed video streaming that won't require buffering.
Research firm Gartner has revealed its list of the 10 most important strategic technologies for 2009, which includes cloud computing and business intelligence.
If you pick up the phone and hear a computerized voice telling you that it's going to be late for a 2 p.m. meeting today, don't worry -- it's probably just one of your co-workers sending you a text message to your landline.