Yahoo's plans to acquire a majority stake in the firm are reportedly dead in the water due to the French government.
Ailing electronics firm Sharp is set to post a bigger-than-expected net loss for the financial year ending March 31.
Corporate bureaucracy in Australia is stifling innovation, according to Commonwealth Bank of Australia CIO Michael Harte.
With data from thousands of cell phones, IBM is creating a better commute.
Telstra Mobile reseller ISPOne has abandoned its case against Kogan Mobile, agreeing to cease suspending Kogan Mobile users without the company's permission.
Cameras will watch what you're watching in malls, and nearby screens will promptly flash related ads at you, with tech from the U.K. The eyes are the window to the wallet. Very Minority Report.
The market leader in self-service data discovery and visualisation, Tableau 9.2 continues to improve and delight with plenty of enhancements to help keep the competition at bay.
Today’s phones have a mindboggling array of features, but I still miss my Nokia 6110 and Sony CMD Z5.
Forget plants and grey -- perhaps slides and subways are the way to keep your employees interested.
How two mayors of small towns in right-wing America are showing the way to energy and climate progress: through local action.
Rumors are swirling about what Apple might announce at WWDC, but the 2013 logo might be the biggest clue of all.
Wind power advocates are concerned that community-driven renewable energy projects could be squashed.
Glass has now been 'jailbroken' with a well-documented exploit. So what can you (or others) do with a hacked headset? Apparently, a whole lot.
MELBOURNE -- At NEW13, the annual exhibit of works by rising Australian artists, technologies turn light into sculpture and transform computer programming into poetry.
The NSW government's shared IT services department has begun looking for contractors that could provide and manage a fleet of mobile devices across the government, as well as standardise its WAN services.
Fiber networks are not all about Internet speeds -- but could also be used to power our airborne vehicles.
ME Bank has claimed that the long term cost of using Windows Server 2012 and SQL Server 2012 will be over AU$100,000 cheaper than the Linux alternative.
In almost a year and a half since launching 4G in Australia, Telstra now has more than 2.1 million 4G devices on its network.
CERN is celebrating the location of the first website.