Pwning the mainframe
Joining the ranks of Apple, Microsoft, and others, Nokia is the latest tech giant to announce investment in the connected vehicle.
1010data is known for its spreadsheet-ish approach to big data, but the company is increasingly pushing into visualization tools to improve accessibility.
A new device combines a 3D printer with a sewing machine to make cuddly things. Instead of lines of melted plastic, it extrudes yarn.
Administrators have secured a buyer for the "customer-related services" of telecommunications wholesalers, AsiaPAC, iBoss and One Telecom, which were placed into administration last Friday.
Australians could face rolling shutdowns of public infrastructure, massive data leaks from public services and a government defrauded of billions within the next decade due to an increasing potential for online security breaches, according to a new report by the CSIRO.
The cloud lock-in is often a greater concern than lockout, but both should be top of mind for organizations looking to deploy cloud seriously, according to Gartner.
Australian Federal Police assistant commissioner, Tim Morris, has backed the collection and storage of telecommunications metadata by telcos in a bid to combat cyber crime.
Bloomberg recently posted highlight videos of the talk given by former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer at Oxford in March. He counted that Microsoft had accomplished two and a half "tricks," meaning significant innovations. Apple had two of them. Ballmer's math just doesn't add up.
The Australian government’s document verification service has signed up 23 private sector businesses, with the program claiming its first 2000 transactions to date, according to the nation’s Attorney-General, George Brandis.
Companies like Fox Sports have realised that the costs of running their own infrastructure is not worth the time or money when it could be better spent elsewhere.
Westpac banking group today announced a net profit for the six month to the end of March of AU$3.6b, and revealed it has now completed the first stage of its SIPs program.
Vishal Sikka, the front man for SAP's technology and development efforts, has stepped down for personal reasons. SAP moved to build its management bench.
Microsoft might want to draw a line under Windows XP; hackers and users will be reluctant to let it off the hook.
SOA is a philosophy (not a technology) that has shaped every key technology initiative we pursue today.
The new interface uses PCI Express to improve performance beyond conventional SATA drives. The company plans to sell Hyper Express without drives in the U.S., but can accept a pair of drives in RAID 0 configuration.
Who is going home a winner from the San Jose federal courthouse, and who is just going home? Turns out there is no easy answer.
Known issue is mitigated in OAuth, OpenID specs; implementation problems are at issue
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