Notable security news items for the week ending July 31, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
Social networking giant's solar-powered Aquila UAV will broaden reach of its controversial Internet.org program by beaming internet connectivity to remote regions.
Startup Vector Watch is readying a range of watches with a classic look, understated tech, and a really long battery life.
Google is reportedly distributing a new version of Glass for use in specialist sectors.
An Italian project is allowing wine-growers to keep bills down and get a better crop thanks to some new technology.
Samsung is preparing to follow Apple into Europe's mobile payments market.
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Hisense has completely taken over Sharp's television business across the United States.
The search engine has rejected an order by the French data protection watchdog to apply the right to be forgotten to all its domains, including those outside Europe.
The launch of Netflix in Australia and New Zealand has had a massive impact on Australian streaming service Quickflix, with the latter losing 14 percent of its customer base in the quarter.
Microsoft has begun its campaign to see 1 billion devices operating on Windows 10 over the next few years with a total 14 million devices using its latest OS within the first full day of its launch.
Telstra is shuttering its music-streaming service as competition increases in the market with the recent launch of Apple Music.
Some private-sector victims of cyber espionage sound like they want to go all Blackwater on the internet. What could possibly go wrong?
Ride-sharing app company wants to clock up 1 million rides a day in the country through plans to expand its presence beyond the 18 cities where it currently runs.
Video e-learning startup Velpic is looking to open offices in Melbourne and Sydney, and will use its backdoor listing to help facilitate expansion plans.
Encrypted cloud storage service Mega has hit back at claims by Kim Dotcom that it is in the hands of a wanted Chinese investor whose shares have been seized by the New Zealand government.
Google is teaming up with three not-for-profit organisations to help train and raise the STEM capabilities of underrepresented groups, including women, low socio-economic groups, and Indigenous Australians.
The Cloud Security Alliance wants the big names in the cloud industry to join forces to tackle security threats in the cloud space that would see providers sharing information before an attack hits another firm.
A report by the ABC has revealed that not allowing Uber to operate in the state of Queensland actually reduces competition to the tune of AU$40 million.