Coalition's fibre-to-the-node alternative to be rolled out by 2020 and cost taxpayers $41 billion.
Official appointment to coincide with Coalition's release of the NBN strategic review.
Also launches new banking app for Windows 8 and Android phones.
Sees Australia as a potential growth market, based on the company's current success.
Survey result spell good news for companies focused on biometrics.
Mobile internet grows exponentially, but users still prefer fixed-line networks for downloads.
Fails to disrupt Microsoft's video call service.
Offers free, ad-free, choose your own music service in a bid to hook more subscriptions.
Sets a new company record for console sales.
DataRoom: The company, which sells athletic monitoring equipment, had a disappointing start on the ASX.
Harder to fix than we originally expected, internet giant says.
Protecting privacy may could possibly lead to shortened life span, analyst contends.
Shares continue to climb despite the absence of any significant announcements from the social media debutante.
The Australian Federal Police eyes full rollout of controversial technology in April.
Media group to grow real estate offering, buys Property Data Solutions for $30m.
Venture capital outfit Artesian's platform lets startups pitch and secure funding online from a crowd of investors in exchange for equity.
App to use cloud-based technology to bolster the outcome of meetings and improve office productivity.
Used malware to gain access to their computers.
Apple, Google among those calling for overhaul of US surveillance laws.
The Coalition's strategic review vindicates Malcolm Turnbull's plan to make the most of existing networks and save taxpayers an absurd expense. But his credibility now hangs on the delivery.
Vodafone Australia boss Bill Morrow's reported appointment as NBN Co CEO is an astonishing move that adds a new dimension to the NBN strategic review and Vodafone's future.
Whether Malcolm Turnbull presses ahead with building the national broadband network he promised, or scales it back further to save money, the government must put an end to the confusion.
Predicting the future of technology is a mysterious craft. Extrapolating on existing trends is often a safe bet, but the near constant invention of new technologies makes even the most educated long term forecast shaky.
The audacity of the NBN project always made it a hard endeavour but the current mess is a sad indictment of our political process.
Foxtel's 'triple play' deal will put it in direct competition with Telstra, its half-owner. But increased competition amid the NBN rollout may mean cannibalisation is the only way for Telstra to thrive.
Those buzzing about Amazon’s army of identifiable flying objects need to look beyond the hyperbole of Jeff Bezos' homage to George Jetson.
Despite our notable innovation successes, are we are doing all we can to extract maximum return from those individual achievements?
As computing environments become more complex, organisations can no longer rely on first-generation solutions for adequate protection.
With a multitude of smartphones, tablets and Ultrabooks to choose from here’s our list of the five best that provide plenty of bang for buck.
Many are still unaware of the changes the revised Privacy Act will bring and compliance doesn't guarantee safety.
Despite its unremarkable exterior Google's Nexus 5 provides exceptional value for money and lots of raw speed.
After months of courting gamers and building hype, has Sony’s near perfect Playstation 4 launch become a victim of its own success?