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Free and open source solutions are providing small proprietors the opportunity to up productivity while reducing their overhead costs.
China’s answer to Silicon Valley hasn’t fared well financially, although the government says the operation will soon bounce back.
Christmas travelers faced a host of delayed flights and troublesome connections, some of which were brought on by crashing computer systems.
Car navigation systems in Japan can quickly tell drivers which roads have traffic jams, yet only a million vehicles – of the 70 million on Japanese roads today – take advantage of it.
Chilly temperatures and a sparse population haven’t stopped the Finnish province of Lapland – dubbed Santa’s true home – from pushing to become a high-tech hub.
Burn victims. Trauma patients. Even arachnophobes. Each of these is being treated by a cutting-edge virtual reality program that helps patients deal with fear and pain.
Australian seaweed may hold the key to slowing down drug-resistant bacteria, which have increasingly frustrated the medical profession.
The CEO of India’s eBay auction site was granted bail after a controversial arrest yesterday stemming from an incident in which pictures of two high school students engaged in oral sex were brokered through the portal.