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If you hope to exchange files between your Windows and OS X machine(s), you're going to need more than what's provided out of the box. Here's the driver I use to get the job done.
A new iPhone app bills itself as the Kayak of event tickets.
A massive multi-million dollar deal for Australian rugby league broadcasting rights was not hindered by the copyright court battle with Optus, according to Telstra.
I tapped into the heart of VMware's vCenter Operations management suite in an interview with lead architect, Kit Colbert.
Software maker says closure is due to reorganization in the greater China region, but business will continue in Taiwan via local channel partners and support from its Hong Kong sales office.
Concerns over taxi booking apps that are not registered with the NSW Taxi Council, like goCatch, will be addressed in the Passenger Transport Legislation Review, according to NSW Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner.
Advertisers have been using a flaw in Internet Explorer to log the mouse movements of users, an issue that could be used to log authentication data entered via virtual keyboards.
In a "I'm not really surprised by this" moment, Microsoft's Office for iOS users is more than a ploy, it's a statement.
A report from Goldman Sachs, estimating that a nationwide rollout of Google Fiber will cost US$140 billion to complete in the US, puts Australia's fibre-to-the-premise NBN project in perspective.
The long wait is over — the Samba project has announced the release of an Active Directory-compatible domain controller.
An Intel security expert explains why BYOD is inevitable in healthcare, and why consumerization might be a good thing to embrace in your organization.
The Malaysian telco is setting aside the amount for the next three years to deploy its LTE services nationwide.
Financial services firms and their sensitive data provide tempting targets for hackers. Here's a look at the threat landscape and what the industry can do to protect itself from cyberattacks.
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Patent licensing company has filed a suit in the U.S. against the Canadian phonemaker for violating one of its patents.
I have grave misgivings over corporate welfare, especially in the tech sector.