Simulations at ANU's National Security College suggest that the world is sleepwalking towards war. Meanwhile, international cyber negotiations could be set back a decade.
Singaporean incumbent begins 800Mbps LTE-A in high-traffic outdoor locations across the island.
The top three most Internet of Things-ready countries in Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APeJ) are South Korea, Singapore, and New Zealand, according to the research firm.
Hanno Böck forged incorrect private keys to test if Symantec would revoke his legitmate certificate, and sure enough, they did.
Treasurer Scott Morrison is looking to implement an open banking regime that is in part already accounted for under the existing Privacy Act, according to Privacy Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim.
The new investment will be spent in regional Australia by the end of June 2018.
RSA's VP and GM of Global Public Sector Practice Mike Brown believes there's a better way to thwart terrorism than breaking end-to-end encryption, as recently proposed by the Australian government.
The Movidius Neural Compute Stick compiles, tunes and accelerates neural networks at the edge.
Microsoft is closing in on its $20 billion commercial cloud annual run rate goal, hitting the $18.9 billion milestone for its latest fiscal quarter.
The event will likely be the stage where Samsung announces the Note 8.
eBay's shares were down as much as 4 percent in after market trading.
After Alexa came to iOS via Amazon's main shopping app earlier this year, the personal voice assistant has begun rolling out on Android this week.
Azure revenue was up 97 percent compared to a year earlier, helping to drive growth in Microsoft's intelligent cloud business segment.
Through linguistic analysis, the tool can pick up on seven different types of tone via conversations with customer service agents and chatbots.
Following the Z2 Play, Motorola plans to take the stage on July 25 to unveil the 5.5-inch Z2 Force, according to EvLeaks. Shockingly, it will have 22-percent less battery capacity than 2016's version.
When Linus Torvalds isn't working on Linux, he's tinkering with gadgets, and now he's reviewing them on Google+.
Less than two years after launching its Amazon-style cloud computing services, GoDaddy is scrapping the offering.
Beer coasters with integrated NFC electronics from Thinfilm have shown promising results for breweries' marketeers.