Can the president's executive order prompt the development of computer systems capable of running at 1 exaflops?
Taxi-booking service Uber has once again come under fire, with British trade union GMB seeking improved pay and working conditions for drivers.
NRMA recently partnered up with Mimecast -- which has opened up two local datacentres and a Sydney office -- to address the frequent email attacks it was unable to filter.
Smart ticketing and payment systems are set to unify across Malaysia's bus, train, metro, and monorail networks, with the solution to be rolled out by 2017.
Japanese tech giant Fujitsu has posted a 27.3 billion yen ($220 million) quarterly operating loss.
The Commonwealth Bank has introduced a loyalty feature to its CommBank app, and plans to pilot its Offers app in conjunction with Scentre Group at a single Westfield shopping centre
CVS and IBM are teaming up to use Watson to better treat chronic diseases.
The South Korean technology giant has revealed a drop in profit of 8 percent year on year, attributed to increased competition on all fronts of the smartphone sector.
Negotiations for the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement appear likely to undo New Zealand's ban on software patents.
Online outsourcing and crowdsourcing marketplace Freelancer has reported an operating EBITDA of AU$1 million for the first half of 2015.
Starting at $449.99, the new notebooks include audio technology optimized for Microsoft's Cortana voice assistant and blue light reduction to reduce users' eye strain.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has released its first-ever unclassified cyber security threat report, but it's an opportunity missed. It's just another generic government cyber document.
Mater Health Services has been able to reduce configuration time from two days to two hours with the implementation on its Nutanix converged infrastructure.
Western Digital was hit by a PC slowdown; Equinix's sales surged, but earnings missed and Ruckus delivered a solid quarter across the board.
The non-GAAP profit for ServiceNow was $7.3 million, or 4 cents per share.
Global tablet shipments totaled 44.7 million units in Q2 compared to 48 million during the same period the year prior. Shipments slipped nearly 4 percent compared to just last quarter.
The world's largest social network now stands at more than 1.49 billion monthly active users.
While the bring-your-own-X trend has swung back and forth in IT, applications have long been more challenging to lock down than devices. Collaboration is now one of the most significant areas where user-led IT is growing.