The idiocy of things
New Marea link gives Microsoft and Facebook enough capacity to stream 71 million HD videos at once.
Early adopters of the cloud are facing some big hurdles when migrating their existing apps.
The iFixit teardown reveals a smaller battery than earlier models, although Apple claims that the runtime is the same as its predecessor.
Apple's 2017 iPhones will inevitably influence the top end of the smartphone market. Here's how it looks at the moment, with a number of key launches expected soon.
Manufacturers drop prices and diversify product range to react to sales slowdown, says IDC.
Google's Project Zero releases the open-source tool it used to find new bugs in major browsers.
With the odds of a data breach on the rise, companies should consider increasing their IT audit budget for 2018. Auditors can spot and help remedy security holes that may have been overlooked.
Updated: No more ride-hailing in the Big Smoke, it seems.
ISPs in a number of countries are under suspicion for distributing the malware to government targets.
The flaw could be exploited to steal administrator account details and hijack websites.
A joint project between NASA and HPE could lay the foundations for travel to the Red Planet.
Before organisations in the country can head down the path of insuring against cyber incidents, the federal government needs to set the agenda, a senior government cyber adviser has said.
Huawei's 5G base station prototype will be used alongside Intel's new 5G Mobile Trial Platform to test 5G NR interoperability across the sub-6GHz and mmWave spectrum bands.
The seven-year investment will see the launch of a cybersecurity cooperative research centre to deliver solutions that increase the security of critical infrastructure in Australia.
Telstra's new cybersecurity centres and services allow Tabcorp to better balance maintaining the security of customer data with its own drive for digital transformation, the gaming company has said.
The key to success in industry, government, and academia partnerships is longevity, IBM's Australian CTO has said.
The report that HPE will cut around 10 percent of its staff comes as HPE continues its efforts to become "simpler, nimbler and faster."
The Australian financial regulator has finalised its guidance for crowdfunding platform operators and unlisted public companies looking to raise capital under the new CSF regime.
The ABC has reported the rollout of Nadia has stalled due to concerns the ABS Census debacle and the Centrelink robo-debt dilemma have stifled the government's appetite for risk.