Local tech start-ups in Gaza Strip must work around Israeli blockade; open borders could boost their opportunities
Novel way of serving has attracted a large number of customers to pizza place in northeastern Multan city
Japan plans to build the world's fastest-known supercomputer as part of a government policy to get back Japan's mojo in the world of technology
Defendants accused of exporting technology to Russia that could have dual-use military applications
A consortium with 162 giant US companies will develop electronics, sensors that flex and stretch into clothing or skins of ships and jets
Smart technology and regulation will aid challenges in global power sector, helping to lower the carbon emitted globally.
Technology giants must not see Turkey as only a customer, the Turkish Minister of Science, Industry and Technology says.
John Brennan says the power of modern communications plays an increased role in making terrorism difficult to fight.
Minister plans to pump $3.5 billion into support for production of smartphones, computers, electronic devices.
Istanbul-based 'Technology Angels' will enable 90 women to pursue careers as entrepreneurs
Benefits of digital revolution outweigh risks, Germany’s Chancellor says
One study has found migrants are behind one in seven companies in the UK. Need for skilled talent puts London at odds with national policy
Hagel said the Pentagon was renewing a push to revamp how it works with the defense industry, aiming to promote greater innovation needed to preserve America's technological edge
The total number of online access devices projected to rise to 50 billion in 2020 and 100 billion in 2030.
The program, which will send techno-entrepreneurs to Silicon Valley, aims to reverse the "brain drain" in Turkey.