The retail competitors to Telstra have argued that regulation of the company's legacy fixed-line copper network needs to remain in place until construction of the NBN has been completed.
Dig deep, or dig for some spare change, and you could help crack the world's energy problem with a New Jersey fusion firm.
MELBOURNE -- Once upon a time, storytelling was confined to the land of make-believe. Today, it's a highly prized business leadership skill.
Shenzhen-based courier company, SF Express, begins trials in Guangdong using drones each outfitted with eight propellers and able to fly up to 100 meters to deliver packages.
Yet another startup operating at the juncture of big data and security has found itself in the sights of a multinational seeking to pay big to better fill out its offerings.
Overnight Australia's second-largest telecommunications provider suffered a major DNS outage affecting its website, corporate VPN, and IP services.
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The National Broadband Network could save households thousands of dollars by the end of the decade through better productivity, cheaper communication, and reduced travel costs.
Painkiller abusers found "no joy or euphoria" when using this experimental opioid.
The open group has reached a significant milestone in its certification program for enterprise architects.
The professional social network is preparing to offload approximately $1 billion of its shares.
The on-demand car service could be on track toward an IPO now that it has a CFO onboard.
It's official. With the purchase of Nokia's device division, Microsoft is now a serious hardware company.
The abrupt cancellation of Microsoft's TechNet subscription service sparked a sustained protest from IT pros, who had relied on easy, inexpensive access to Microsoft's enterprise software for well over a decade. In a string of announcements today, Microsoft extended an olive branch, but fell far short of reversing course.
Microsoft just got another ARM tablet and a new phablet to add to its hardware arsenal. How will these fit with the coming refreshed Microsoft Surface devices?
Nokia phones have come a long way since the brand launched its first mobile phone in 1982. From in-car clumsiness to design delightfulness we take a look at how the brand has evolved.