David Cameron announces shared 5G vision at CeBIT conference, launches European Internet of Things grant and research funding.
Vicky Brady said to be only internal candidate to replace Kevin Russell.
Vodafone says government's $100 million initiative to fix mobile black spots in regional Australia must not become an exercise in subsidising Telstra’s network primacy.
Virgin looks to team up with Aust networks to beat US giant Netflix's arrival: report.
Payment networks form a new cross-industry group to improve security following a number of high-profile data breaches.
Telcos link up with companies like YouTube in the US, but Rod Sims is cautious.
Turnbull appoints former telco exec to Coalition's sixth NBN-related inquiry which will examine the process of creating NBN Co and its FTTP mandate.
Inaugural transparency report spells out the number of requests telco has processed from Australian law enforcement and regulators in the second half of 2013.
Outsourcing website announces it is hiring new staff for its Canadian lab.
Secretive founder of digital currency lives in LA, no longer involved.
Apple's push for permanent injunction against Samsung products has been blocked.
Educational tech services firm buys Geelong cloud company.
Main firm rolling out NBN in Tasmania allegedly breached written contracts, left subcontractors out of work for months: report.
No guarantees the social network will maintain WhatsApp's commitment to not collect user data.
Manhattan-based DigitalOcean ready for the next step after convincing one of Silicon Valley’s biggest venture capital firms to put some money on the table.
New study tips global shipments to will rise in 2014 but at slower pace.
Map-based social networking service Foundery available on iPhone.
Competition watchdog forces the telco reseller providing mobile service under the German discount grocer's brand to come clean.
Group has moved untaxed profits to Ireland to limit local tax over ten years.
Image licensing heavyweight launches a social sharing feature that opens up a vast section of its image collection.
The use of electronic signatures in Australia may have been legal since 1999 but widespread adoption is still lagging behind US and the UK.
Lender's venture capital fund snaps up $5m equity stake in Sydney's SocietyOne.
While satisfaction levels are ticking upwards, ease of use continues to be a major deficiency, BCG survey shows.
News reader company attracted by Zite's technology and recommendation engine, which helps readers discover content.
Technology One executive chairman Adrian DiMarco has strong views about Australia’s IT industry and he isn't afraid to stick it to the multinationals.
WhatsApp's billionaire founder Jan Koum has a now defunct security super-group to thank for getting him this far.
The digital era has done a number on the music industry’s traditional revenue streams and the crowded streaming market may be about to see a big shake-up.
Concern over the influence of ICT on jobs and wages demands a new role for HR managers. Doing nothing is not an option.
The Western Australian senator is using his social media clout to bolster his re-election chances and his continued presence in the Senate could cause headaches for the Coalition's NBN.
The 'wisdom' of subsidising the NBN in rural Australia by effectively taxing urban dwellers is inherently flawed. Here's an alternative.
As attackers fine tune their methods to bypass traditional security controls it's time to start taking identity seriously.
The communications minister insists that the approach taken to identify areas with poor access in the MyBroadband website is valid. But access doesn't mean quality.
There's a conflict raging in the heart of every IT department that must be carefully managed to make it both responsive and responsible.
Sina Weibo, China’s Twitter-like internet giant, is going public, but wants to list in New York, not China.
The wave of disruption kick-started by Apple and Google has seemingly hit a wall and the next phase of the journey won't be defined by one single device.
More than just a place for white-collar workers to find their next job, sales teams should be taking advantage of LinkedIn's significant B2B opportunities.
Idle speculation on the impact of Netflix misses the point and calling Australian consumers utilising VPN services pirates doesn’t help.