An additional 2887 properties have had services activated on the network, he company’s latest rollout report has reveals.
World-first research facility to explore new social interactive technologies.
Acquires half a dozen robotics companies and forms new research unit.
Program to assist with pilots and technology trials across the various state government's departments.
Latest deal takes the total value of contracts supporting CS2 Industry Partners to $US3.5 million.
Media group pockets $220m for holiday rental website on deal with HomeAway.
Turnaround specialist John Chen the right man for the job, says Fairfax financials Prem Watsa.
Search giant yet to officially launch the service, but sources have confirmed its existence.
The executive charged with bringing advertising to Instagram, Emily White, set to join the photo messaging service.
Responds to the rise in online advertorial.
Identity touch sensor company primes to sell its technology to the world's largest smartphone makers.
Move flies in the face of overseas security concerns.
Search giant attempting to prove that Oracle does not enjoy copyright protection over certain parts of the Java programming language.
Offers temporary relief for Google and Facebook in a key growth market.
Unlikely to lead to competitors being shut out from the market, regulator says.
Cloud-based gaming service slated for a 2015 launch, but may be pushed back depending on NBN rollout, Sony PlayStation's Australia MD says.
Slashes prices and eyes the enterprise space.
Telco body says renting access to copper defeats the point of the structural separation of Telstra.
Industrial espionage case being looked into at lead scientific body.
Latest trial shows Nextgen's existing Sydney to Canberra high capacity cable is theoretically capable of speeds roughly double its current maximum.
Number of clients testing or installing BlackBerry solutions increased by 20 per cent.
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.
Remember K.I.T.T from Knight Rider? Science fiction is becoming reality as the race to produce the first connected car picks up pace.
Despite the booming economy, employment continues to go backwards as cost-cutting Australian firms increasingly replace human beings with machines.
Amazon.com boss Jeff Bezos' radical plan sounds like a lot of fun but it's' unlikely to get off the ground in a hurry.
The next wave of innovation promises to drive economic growth, but the private sector and governments will have to make important investments in infrastructure, training and education.
Edward Snowden hasn't just exposed the dirty laundry of our intelligence agencies, his revelations raise important questions about the future of an open internet.
Customer experience and thinking around the ‘customer journey’ may have traditionally been the purview of the marketing team but it's time the CIO stepped up to the plate.
Yahoo!'s move into quality content with a news focus is a push to win the mobile advertising market. The question is: will it work?