Microsoft's first gaming console in eight years will come with exclusive video and software content, including a "Halo" series produced by Steven Spielberg.
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.
Lack of understanding around cyber-security may be putting them at risk,
But utilities maintain their systems are adequately protected through mandatory standards that ensure separation of control systems and consumer-facing or administrative networks.
Aims to expand its Windows Azure offering.
Marissa Mayer spends big to get her hands on a social media platform as Yahoo reaches out to a younger generation of users.
Commissioner to look into breach which saw some of the telco’s customer data published on the open web.
Bench Excavation threatens to rip up NBN infrastructure.
A bid to reduce costs may see an Abbott government embrace IT outsourcing like never before.
ASX-listed software vendor's cloud suite gets picked up by Irish financial services provider Pepper Europe.
Consumer group slams kid-targeted ‘freemium’ app-based games.
Nokia's defunct MeeGo software team aims to prove its former employee wrong with Jolla, which runs on Sailfish OS and is compatible with Android applications.
Government spent less on IT than last year and 2010, according to reports.
Cook to face US Senate over Apple's global tax strategy.
David Cameron tells Google's Eric Schmidt and other business leaders that he expects their companies to pay their taxes in exchange for benefiting from low tax rates.
Telco aims to have LTE technology out to the majoiry of Australia's metro population by mid-2014.
Consumers unsure of just how much of their information is scattered across the internet, study finds.
Body preparing to launch informal investigation into anti-competitive behavior from the two Chinese companies.
Move sees CEO Marissa Mayer confirms Twitter as a major source of news and information.
New console to face stiff competition from Nintendo's Wii U and Sony's PS4.
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.
As Apple's supremo prepares to face Congress, a bipartisan committee has revealed the fantastic ways the multinational minimises its global tax liability.
The communications minister's cavalier use of Section 313 to block websites on Interpol’s “worst of” list has directly led to the ASIC fiasco. It's time he faced the music for his short-sighted actions.
It's yet to be made available to the public but Google Glass has already got lawmakers asking tough questions on privacy. Given Google's patchy track record on that front, many businesses just aren't willing to take a chance.
Multiple operating systems and a fragmented mobile market has made it difficult to create a one-size-fits all BYOD security solution. While there's no quick fix to this problem, here are some ways of working around it.
Samsung's latest smartphone is full of tips and tricks to help differentiated it from the sea of other Android-operated devices. Yet these "key features" come off more as marketing gimmicks rather than advances in smartphone technology.
Yahoo's $1.1bn acquisition of Tumblr is more than an attempt to "buy hipsters". In fact, Yahoo needs content platforms to fuel its growth and it seems Tumblr proved to be a prime candidate.
Apple's supply chain is set to become Samsung's next target in its ongoing battle for smartphone supremacy. But should the Korean gadget maker focus on improving its own products rather than trying to diminish its rivals?
Google's new product announcements typically impress. But this latest announcement about Google Music shows that the company is happy to copy other incumbents and not blaze its own path in the digital music scene.