Group sells Australian AAPT unit to TPG Telecom for $450m.
Network confirms plans for a 2014 launch, with former Ninemsn executive Mike Sneesby to lead the unit.
Credits milestone to its investments in technology and its strong partnerships with the telcos.
Attacks started as a result of PayPal's suspension of Wikileaks donations accounts.
First 100 employees start work in centre, designed to help the telco ramp up its recruitment efforts.
Seek co-founder sees 'exciting' investments in Aust tech sector.
Figure comes despite Apple receiving a "significant discount" for its long-term relationship with its law firm.
Ruling to prove key to deciding under what circumstances companies can be sued for using certain software in their products.
Network of up to 2 million machines busted up by the tech giant.
Partners with Singapore start-up to target developing nations.
Liberal state government seeks compensation from IT heavyweight for its part in the bungled government IT project.
Tech giant to dramatically increase the amount of encryption it uses for internal traffic, following similar moves by Google and Yahoo!
Infrastructure as a Service set to take off as more organisations switch to the IaaS provisioning model, and more vendors enter the local market.
Seen as a positive move in legitimising the currency.
Contrary to sources, companies say they are still negotiating.
Aims to display highly-targeted ads using web tracking technology.
Personal information of up to 465,000 card holders affected by hack.
Cost cutting pulls it back into the list of France's most valuable companies.
Marjorie Scardino, former chief executive of publishing company Pearson, to take up the role.
Say price and volatility of the digital currency may make it difficult for users to convert coins to real money.
Up to 2 million passwords stolen from popular sites, including Google, Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo.
An additional 2887 properties have had services activated on the network, he company’s latest rollout report has reveals.
Despite its unremarkable exterior Google's Nexus 5 provides exceptional value for money and lots of raw speed.
Smaller government agencies are better placed than ever before when it comes to IT innovation, but they face some particular challenges that need careful attention.
When we think data centres, the words “containerised” and “modular” probably don’t spring to mind – but they should.
While the strategic review will shed some light on Labor's dysfunctional NBN rollout, the public isn't likely to get any answers regarding the critical question of copper.
After months of courting gamers and building hype, has Sony’s near perfect Playstation 4 launch become a victim of its own success?
Fairfax’s Stayz sell-off may signal further divestments of underperforming digital assets such as RSVP in pursuit of capital to grow its Domain business and new content and events units.
The prospect of increased competition in both the content and telco sector may stifle Foxtel’s plan to entice more customers.
These days we expect much more than games from gaming consoles. Are Sony and Microsoft's latest offerings ready to be the beating heart of your digital lounge room?
The way we engage with the government is set to get a digital makeover but an open innovation agenda doesn't necessarily equate to citizen engagement.
IBM's promising new project looks to break new ground with data visualisations, but its success will rely on how well it distinguishes itself from Cognos Insight.
Government ICT has seen a significant change over the last few years, with smart governments starting to leverage the scalability and agility of the cloud to drive value for money initiatives.
Turnbull's NBN review will provide little comfort to the ALP but its more rigorous cost-benefit analysis will allow NBN Co chair Ziggy Switkowski to establish a realistic timeline for the Coalition's strategy.
Despite the booming economy, employment continues to go backwards as cost-cutting Australian firms increasingly replace human beings with machines.