Public transit projects are expensive enough, cities don't need companies conspiring to push them higher.
Each year, Sierra magazine ranks U.S. universities on their sustainability. This year's picks feature biodiesel plants, carbon neutrality and locally grown foods. Here's a look.
This week's Turnbull-Albanese debate on ABC's Lateline shows both parties are still up to their usual political tricks when it comes to the NBN. But will this approach convince swing voters – or alienate them?
View panoramic Tokyo in mind-blowing detail.
Private or public cloud? A new report suggests IT decision makers are determined to obtain the best of both worlds.
Despite some bleak numbers, analysts put the blame on bigger economic factors at play here.
Licensing of commercial drones has been limited so far, but it won't be long before usage starts expanding. In them meantime, CXOs need to assess and plan for possible legal ramifications.
The sun doesn't always shine and winds don't always blow. With analytics and big data, we can mitigate the risk of using them as energy sources.
Do online agencies really help employers connect with the best applicants for the job?
An initialisation flaw within the Java Cryptography Architecture has been patched, but not before leaving Android vulnerable to attacks resulting in Bitcoin theft.
We're used to using the computer to collaborate with colleagues. What if your job means you're hardly online such as with restaurant staff? What are the tools that help an HQ coordinate and connect offline locations and teams?
Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has confirmed that unlike most other Coalition policies, the alternative NBN policy won't be costed through the Parliamentary Budget Office.
Does North Korea's home-grown smartphone live up to expectations?
Kaspersky Lab claims it has found Android malware making use of an Android app messaging service.
Imagine a future where you actually remembered the wine you drank with dinner last night.
Now that BlackBerry has gone public about being looking for a buyer, one person potentially interested is India’s very own Prem Watsa--often dubbed the "Warren Buffett" of Canada, where he's now based.
Australia's telcos continue to bicker about coverage, while the Coalition promises AU$100 million in a vain attempt to plug the hole.
If you thought fake Facebook fans and Twitter clonebots were the hot, dirty new election tactics, just wait for when politicians catch up with this century's technology.
Refusal to acknowledge Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning as whistleblowers is an endorsement of a wider 'surveillance agenda', according to the Australian Greens party.