Dealerships are losing out because of Volkswagen -- but they aren't going down without a fight.
Apple files a patent for a shutter system to protect an iPhone's components from liquids and dust.
Two studies have found that Apple Watch isn't yet a platform for third-party apps and that for now it's mostly used as a timepiece.
With the annual orgy of holiday shopping officially kicking off this week, has anything really changed since the breach that rocked retail?
While the legislation was supposed to be implemented from late 2015, the government has instead released another exposure draft for industry consultation.
The Moto lineup and the success of its budget 4G smartphones have helped Lenovo ascend rapidly to become the third most popular smartphone seller in India behind Micromax and Samsung
The full stack developer is a great resource for any company dealing with technology because when the developer is creating the web part of a product puzzle, he or she is doing it from both perspectives...
Microsoft in collaboration with Guide Dogs has updated its assistive technology to create a more useful experience for those with vision impairments.
The Australian Council of Learned Academics has made 15 key findings as part of its latest report that shows Australia needs to make some urgent changes to improve the nation's innovation level.
Despite reports that ICON would be sold off, the government has decided to retain its secure interdepartmental communications network.
Karl Krantz, founder of Silicon Valley Virtual Reality, believes there is no industry in the future that VR is not going to touch and as a result, the VR evangelist hopes to remove the social stigma around the technology.
ANZ's 2.1 million internet banking customers will be getting the same experience on the desktop, tablet, and mobile as part of the latest version of the company's internet banking platform.
It'd be better if small businesses made sure their own systems were resilient, rather than teaming up to become amateur spooks.
NBN is offering discounts of between AU$0.50 and AU$6 on its CVC charge, with the company now pricing it on the basis of usage per end user and rewarding high usage.
The PC isn't quite dead yet, but when it comes to connecting today's SMB with customers and prospects, it might have been played out. Thankfully there's a new frontier looming -- mobile.
The Deloitte Australian Cyber Intelligence Centre in Sydney joins centres from 27 countries around the world in combating cybercrime in a collaborative manner.
A slew of firings at India's most talked about ecommerce sites are tea leaves for an imminent ecommerce correction.
Fifty developers are being laid off in New Zealand and in the US after new products and integrations were delivered.
The security training program intends to take advantage of the local growth of cloud computing.