Apple, the company behind the iPhone and the iPad, has admitted that a function on these devices which allows the storage of information on a user's location, is a bug in its software.
A father-of four working for France Telecom-Orange died on Tuesday after setting himself on fire at work, management and unions said.
The Tokyo Electric Power Company, Tepco, said on Monday it had begun a power outage in an area covering some parts of Tokyo and eight prefectures, affecting around 333,000 households.
At least 100,000 Indians joined a trade union protest against rising prices in Delhi on Wednesday.
Indian police on Monday questioned Videocon Group boss Venugopal Dhoot and his brother Rajkumar Dhoot, an MP from Maharashtra state, as part of their probe into a suspected massive telecom scam ...
Côte d’Ivoire held its first-ever televised debate on Thursday between sitting President Laurent Gbagbo and former Prime Minister Alassane Ouattara ahead of the second round of voting ...
A Paris man tracked down the robbers of his mobile phone using a satellite application and guided police to where they were hiding.
African Media investigates the use of special mobile phone citizen-monitoring during Guinea's recent elections.
Zimbabwe is experiencing a boom in mobile telecommunications following the formation of the power-sharing government there 19 months ago.
The European Commission is convinced that the French government helped the telecommunications company France Telecom to get out of debt in 2002, against European rules, and is appealing to the European Court of Justice.