Starting May 15, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint will let you text police in case of an emergency. Here's how it works.
Redmond is set to begin selling its Surface RT devices through non-Microsoft retail stores in two phases, a source tells one Windows watcher.
This week, we'll be changing gears and clarifying the alphabet soup surrounding passenger-car safety tech.
With the automaker's support of the aftermarket and a veritable army of customizers putting their individual spins on their xBs, tCs, and xDs, the Scion booth is always home to crazy customs and tricked-out tuners.
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Its "Intelligent Urbanization" pilot aims to help a city in India use the network to integrate city management to bring economic growth and better quality of life.
While India remains popular with the top 50 outsourcing companies, vendors are progressively creating more bases in cities such as Chennai, Noida, Hyderabad, and Pune.
With a week to go before an important vote count, India votes against Open XML as a standard and lobbying intensifies.
The creator of the Million Dollar Homepage, Alex Tew, has launched a new site. Is this the ultimate monetisation of Internet buzz?
When does Indian companies turning to U.S. firms help U.S. workers?