China workers protest IBM, Lenovo deal
Apple to bring iPhone UI in vehicles
Mediatek, Qualcomm battle heats up
Paper test strip for cancer detection
SAP, BMW back in-vehicle mobility
1 2 3 4 5
Over 1,000 workers at an IBM factory in southern China protested the company's plan to transfer employees to Lenovo Group.
Apple unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show a tool that will enable drivers to easily control iPhone apps from a vehicle's native interface.
The rivalry reflect a wider battle between Asian and Western multinationals competing to supply the world's mobile device needs.
The technology, developed by MIT professor Sangeeta Bhatia, relies on nanoparticles that interact with tumor proteins called proteases.
The cloud-based platform from SAP serves as a link between BMW and external partners that provide services such as parking, fuel, beverages and food.
- Take Siri with you on your next joy ride
- Android's Jelly Bean, KitKat under cyber threat
- Facebook wants to buy solar drone maker
- IBM Kenexa Talent Suite taps Big Data
- Google reportedly exploring Bitcoin plans
- Japan magnetic net to clean up deadly space junk
- Volkwagen cars to use NXP Mantis transceivers
- NASSCOM to take Indian startups to Silicon Valley