Google and HTC announce $1.1 billion agreement that will see the search engine giant scoop up some of the latter's talent and intellectual property.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner and Data61 have released a guide to assist organisations to appropriately de-identify data to meet requirements such as those mandated under the Privacy Act.
The Japanese conglomerate will also be investing 350.5 billion yen into the memory business it is offloading to a Japanese government-backed consortium.
The trial is expected to explore the 'benefits and challenges' of customers buying and selling energy to and from their neighbours using blockchain-based technology.
Australia Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has used a United Nations speech to thank Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, Google, and YouTube for their help in identifying terrorists online.
Telstra will add virtualised customer premises, pre-designed templates, managed services, and dynamic real-time control of IP VPN networks to its programmable network over the next few months.
Will security legislation create a safer IoT environment or will it just be a burden on device manufacturers and consumers? Here's a look at the pros and cons.
A U.K. retailer may have outed the possible specs and pricing of Microsoft's expected Surface Pro LTE devices.
Google wants more hardware manufacturing heft, but it's unclear whether HTC will be the magic potion the search giant is looking for.
Google's Project Fi Wi-Fi carrier service gets its first Android One handset courtesy of Motorola.
Engineers from the University of Glasgow have uncovered a new form of high-resolution image printing that could be used for data storage and digital imaging, in particular for anti-counterfeiting measures in banknotes.