Mentor presented its pitch to find two million Euro to launch in Germany to a bunch of VCs here at the Etre conference in Paris.
Researchers at the University of Southampton claim they have been able to communicate person-to-person through the power of thought alone.
Amazon is lowering the price of the Kindle to $259, down from $299 and launching a new reader compatible with global wireless networks.
Jean Philippe Courtois, president of Microsoft Europe, described the company as an underdog in Paris today.
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has discovered an enormous ring around Saturn - by far the largest of the giant planet's many rings.
Opinion: Not surprisingly, Google wants to own the mobile browser advertising market just as it dominates the desktop browser ad market.
A senior executive at AT&T Mobility said at a roundtable here that carriers lacked the infrastructure to support the numerous startups that depended on them.
In watching Microsoft deal with the world since the iPhone launched you
have to wonder if the Robbie Bach and the other Microsoft executives
leading the Windows Mobile Effort think they somehow dropped into an
alternative reality. In the world they think they knew being hardware
independent is the model and Microsoft is King. In the world they
suddenly find themselves in Apple, who isn’t even the largest
Smartphone maker, is king and Windows seems to get little in the way of
Former Intel CTO Pat Gelsinger once predicted that Nehalem-based Xeon 5500 servers would act as "cash machines" for the IT industry. Although Pat recently left the company to pursue other opportunities at EMC, his description of the 5500 was validated during a briefing in San Francisco.
AT&T has ended a controversial ban on wireless VoIP applications
for the iPhone. The decision was reached just months after the carrier
pledged to "take a fresh look" at the iPhone's VoIP capabilites.
While the rest of the world bragged about looking at Windows Mobile 6.5 prototypes today, TG Daily has actually messed around with the real thing. It's the Bluebelt II from ZTE.
If anyone of you has seen the BBC TV series the Dragon's Den, you'll be aware of the format.
The CEO of SAP was next up on the stage here in the Opera district of Paris at the Etre conference, a man who speaks in measured tones but isn't frit of Oracle at all.
Oli-Pekka Kallasvuo, CEO of Nokia, shrugged off competition from Apple's iPhone and RIM's BlackBerry today, maintaining that his firm still held 40 percent of the smartphone market.
The recession is ‘a window of opportunity to curb climate change and build a low-carbon future’, says the International Energy Agency (IEA).
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is looking to buy a Russian spacecraft for sending space tourists into orbit.
It has emerged that yesterday’s news of 10,000 Hotmail accounts being hacked was merely the tip of the iceberg and 20,000 AOL, Yahoo, Comcast, Earthlink and Gmail accounts have also been compromised.
There is more embarrassment for the UK Ministry of Defence after a document about how to avoid leaks of documents was leaked onto the internet.
The number of chip foundries worldwide is likely to be reduced to just three, according to iSuppli.
She has everything, looks, fame, Napoleonesque husband, but Carla Bruni can't get a website running to save her life.