A closer look into how Australia's biggest banks have made changes to their privacy policies to ensure they are compliant with the latest reforms.
After inking a deal with Microsoft in 2012, the New Zealand government plans to extend all-of-government licensing to other software vendors.
MIT researchers have found a way to enhance photosynthesis, and the same method can be used to bolster plants with superpowers like detecting TNT and environmental pollutants.
The Australian government has welcomed the US government's decision to scale back its oversight of ICANN.
Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Industry and Commerce is investigating allegations of a recurring defect in the Nikon D600 camera, following the broadcast of a consumer rights report on CCTV.
Lots of operating systems run on the OpenStack cloud, but Ubuntu Linux is most users' favorite.
Common IoT use cases focus on various kinds of location tracking. But companies need to create a strategy that links IoT data to their central resources to turn that data into valuable information.
Both new 13-inch notebooks use Intel Haswell processors, but the pricier UX32LN adds a full HD display and an option for Nvidia's new Maxwell mobile graphics.
It's not good. It's not newly bad. It's just not good. In other words, it's another week and yet more mess. CISPA may be coming back for another round, lots of countries are on the whine-path, and Zuckerberg "unlikes" Obama's tactics regarding Internet privacy.
The controversy over Warner Bros' handling of the distribution of the Veronica Mars movie to Kickstarter backers should provide some handy lessons for anyone attempting to follow in Veronica's footsteps.
The disruptions that the Internet has unleashed on society have only just begun. Learn what the next stages will bring over the coming decade.
The Chinese Internet giant's IPO launch could be the biggest among Internet companies in history, even overtaking Facebook's US$104 billion valuation.
Microservice architectures, an emerging approach to breaking monolithic applications into independent services, may help bring IT closer to the business.
Does it feel like your battery life has taken a hit after you installed the iOS 7.1 update onto your iPhone or iPad? If it does you're not alone. However, before you resign yourself to having to have your iDevice permanently hooked up to a power source, here are some things you can try.
After nearly two years, Mozilla has decided to throw in the towel on its effort to build a hybrid browser that would compete with Internet Explorer 11 on touch-enabled Windows 8 devices. The stated reason? A profound lack of interest.
The US Department of Commerce announced today that it would relinquish control over the administration of the Internet.
The NSA chief-in-waiting's testimony to Congress may be enough to inspire lawmakers to revive old cybersecurity legislation, which would indemnify Silicon Valley technology giants from sharing their users' data with the government.
Facebook already open sourced part of the code powering these utility efficiency dashboards last year. The engineering team explains what is also up for grabs now.
A steady stream of iOS 8 tidbits are starting to leak out ahead of developer's summer pilgrimage to San Francisco where the company traditionally shows off its next mobile OS. Here's the latest.