Students in South Korea are being trained in hacking and cracking codes to defend their country against North Korea's cyber attacks.
A new maker of self-driving vehicles burst onto the scene in partnership with IBM's supercomputer platform Watson, and it's ready to roll right now.
According to head of the experiment, A 180-day human survival experiment within a hermetic module to test technologies for future planet explorations will be launched in China on Friday.
U.S. Under Secretary for the National Protection and Programs Directorate, NPPD, at the Department of Homeland Security, Suzanne Spaulding and China's Minister of Public Security Guo Shengkun held talks about cyber security in Beijing on Tuesday.
Microsoft says it is buying the professional social network Linkedin for $26.2 billion in cash, a move that would help refocus the US tech giant around cloud computing and services.
Apple Inc. is opening its popular Siri digital assistant to outside developers, which means iPhone users could soon be able to hail rides with Uber, publish photos on Shutterfly or make a call on Skype with voice commands.
Chair of Union Civil Service Board Dr. Win Thein attended the “Regional Forum on ICT Human Capacity Development and Launch of the Women and ICT Frontier Initiative (WIFI)” held in Inchon.
Ahead of the Euro 2016 football championship in France and of the Olympic games in Brazil, Israeli security firms showcased on Wednesday innovative technologies to protect stadiums.
Young people who interested to create their own startup innovation in ICT sector can apply for Startup Israel 2016 competition.
Tiny Olkiluoto, off Finland's west coast, will become the world's costliest burial ground of highly-radioactive nuclear waste for 100,000 years.