Considering self-publishing a book? CNET's David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it's all about.
Android's star continues to rise while Symbian is being ground into the dirt -- Google's OS will overtake Nokia's in Europe next year to be the number one smart phone platform.
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Samsung is set to ride its latest Wave smartphone into Europe, starting with Germany, before it rolls out the Bada-based handset to Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.
SunEdison connects 70-megawatt PV solar farm in Rovigo, Italy to power over 17,000 homes, but is it really Europe's largest?
Internet Week Europe has kicked off in London, featuring a wealth of events, from hack sessions and panel debates to bike rides and pub crawls -- and if you can't make it, there's still free stuff.
European governments and companies will invest 22 million euros into projects designed to encourage development on the Symbian mobile operating system.
CNET chats with Olaf Swantee, an executive vice president for the wireless carrier Orange. Swantee manages the company's operations in 11 countries in Europe and the Caribbean.
In a change from traditional hiring trends, companies in such nations as China and India are adding to their headcounts in U.S., Europe, IBM study finds.
The HTC Trophy and Mozart offer slightly different designs and feature sets, yet both offer Microsoft's Windows 7 OS. They'll be headed to Europe and Asia.