NBN builder breaches its banking covenants as the loss of NBN contract continues to weigh heavily on the company.
US regulators investigating whether its web display advertising breaches competition laws.
Revelation precariously places some of world’s largest companies at risk of patent violation.
Chinese telecom equipment giant's local unit marks its most successful year down under.
Aims to give Dell shareholders a firm alternative to Michael Dell's bid to take the company private.
Ruling allows Microsoft to continue selling the Xbox in the US.
Aims to expand its Windows Azure offering.
Breakthrough expected to push telcos into considering the energy efficiency of their networks.
Judge to consider whether the Justice Department can present evidence of an Apple conspiracy.
Company counts on a boost from console sales later this year.
Micro blogging site begins rolling out an optional "login verification" service to thwart hackers.
NBN Co to pay iiNet $9 million for the network, which currently covers around 8,500 premises.
Web engagement company's boss Rob LoCascio says major US companies are "stuck" when it comes to technology.
Founding member Brand Hoff set to leave the organisation.
Cyber-terrorism and state-sponsored cyber-attacks are fast becoming a reality, says Kaspersky.
The Chinese PC maker is a sliver away from unseating HP as the world's top PC maker by shipments, as it get s ready to post a hefty rise in quarterly profit.
PC maker's quarterly results beat expectations as CEO Meg Whitman's turnaround plan takes hold.
PayPal talks up public appetite for digital wallets.
Telco poised for further cuts after revealing restructure of internal operations, IT divisions.
Microsoft's first gaming console in eight years will come with exclusive video and software content, including a "Halo" series produced by Steven Spielberg.
Bank to adopt the supercomputer's substantial number crunching ability in its wealth management division for customer service and engagement.
Tim Cook insists there is 'no shifting going on', claims company pays all taxes.
The Irish government denies it has a special rate deal with the tech giant.
Brian Kraznich launches sweeping company reorganisation to make the top chipmaker more responsive to customers.
The National Cyber Security Awareness Week may have been celebrated with a tsunami of studies and figures about the ominous threats flooding the internet. But is the deluge of numbers part of the problem or part of the solution?
The cloud ERP vendor is starting to move up the software as a service food chain but it will have to surmount a few hurdles before its ready for big time.
In the ultra-fluid technology sector, many an acquisition shock has paid off – and vice versa. Yahoo's big cheque for Tumblr isn’t the only deal that may be judged differently in hindsight.
A year on from its IPO, Facebook needs to work hard to keep its users engaged and improve the quality and sophistication of its advertising
Two-factor authentication might provide a good defence but consumers and businesses both have a shared responsibility when it comes to protecting their passwords.
It’s unlikely that Apple pays much heed to the negative media attention thrown its way, but the next iteration of the iPhone could be the one to redefine how the market values the company.
ANZ Banking Group may be keen to adopt the IBM Watson's big data technology but is the bank falling for a 'smoke and mirrors' trick.
The political stoush about how much bandwidth Australians really need threatens to stifle the conversation needed to deliver the services of the future.
While the prospect of an all-out cyber war between nations is unlikely, it's the nebulous collective of hacktivists, extremists and rogue states that has the White House worried.
The communications giant has laid out its plan to adjust to a more competitive digital environment while also easing exposure to its traditional platform-centric business.
Microsoft's next generation gaming console feels like a carbon copy of its predecessor. But its features also reveal Microsoft’s new intent, the Xbox One aspires to be something far more important.
As the dust settles on Bitcoin’s flurry of rallies and crashes there is mounting speculation about its potential longevity. But whichever way you look at it, the virtual currency is being taken more seriously than ever.
The online retailer has spent millions depositing its virtual currency to Kindle users but the real trick will be to convince them that it provides the right bang for their buck.
Beijing may be keen to use the internet as a tool against its fight against corruption but it's also petrified of the threat it can pose to continued party rule.