Google's victory over Oracle
Country's top court saw a rise in intellectual property lawsuits involving foreign companies such as Microsoft and Apple in the first five months this year, with 2 percent of the 24,544 lawsuits being foreign-related.
Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles has defended the government's decision to spend AU$120,000 on installing free Wi-Fi on Darwin buses.
Jason Perlow and David Gewirtz look at clouds -- and IT jobs -- from both sides now.
NASA has slashed the amount of time and money it takes to build an important rocket part.
South Korean manufacturer is said to have signed a deal to supply 14nm-size A9 chips, providing the central chipset which will power the Apple's next iPhone when it begins production in 2015.
The funds for today's free and low-priced digital content come from artists' and writers' pockets. Enough, says one. Pay me my money down!
Cost-sharing is an attractive option for nonprofits that need to support their operations. Here are six steps that will help make this model work.
India’s state-owned telecom company will discontinue telegram service this week. SMS and smartphones have rendered telegram service all but obsolete.
Chinese software company said to be in final discussions to purchase Sohu's search engine, amid rumors over the last few months that large companies have been courting the latter for an acquisition.
NBN Co has signed up SA Power Networks to provide extra NBN construction capacity to Syntheo in South Australia, while construction of the network has stopped in parts of Victoria and Tasmania amid disputes with subcontractors.
Fracking in France? Over mon cadavre says the country's president, as the Texans try to move in.
ARI Registry Services will operate the domain registry and DNS services for the first Arabic top-level domain that is not country specific.
A neuroscientist shares the simple way we can control our thoughts.