Optus' new mobile plans will initially have less data per month, but top-ups are simpler.
Former NSA contractor reportedly provided documents pointing to the U.S. government hacking of major Chinese telcos, Internet submarine cable giant Pacnet, and Chinese research institute Tsinghua University.
Indian consumers can now expect to pay more for the latest devices on the back of a weakening rupee, as manufacturers look to pass on increased input costs.
A robotic animal companion may provide a therapeutic effect to seniors struggling with dementia, new research has found.
The "Unjani" -- Zulu for "how are you?" -- Clinic-in-a-Box is part of a private initiative to improve access to quality healthcare in rural South Africa.
Supported by a dedicated team of writers based in Bangalore and New Delhi, ZDNet adds India edition to its portfolio to provide news and insights for ZDNet readers--both local and global.
Building a service culture is a challenge for many enterprises--but failing to do so can mean customer churn, lost revenue, and a crumbling reputation.
In light of the recent NSA data leak debacle, Good Technology reps highlighted what they described as an "under-played security issue with enterprise mobility."
The humble hamster has inspired a robot that will help farmers raise crop yields on arable land without getting stuck on the uneven ground between planted rows.
In a world of rising college fees and a lack of job security, are 'overqualified' students getting a rough deal?
The country's presidential office and government policy coordination Web sites said to be breached by hacktivist group Anonymous, and are currently shut down for repair.
Apparently, cities with lots of tech companies make for happy workers.
Hardware used within NSW government agencies will fall under new whole-of-government panel.
Microsoft has begun the roll-out of the preview versions of the coming 'Blue' versions of its core Windows and tools just ahead of its Build conference kick-off.
Have you ever wondered about the design movement which changed the face of consumer goods today?
Apps that mimic birdsong are driving the feathery creatures to distraction, to the point where they neglect chores like feeding their young'uns.
It may be that videoconferencing in the classroom has been waiting on its iPod moment. Vidyo wants to be the company that delivers the experience.
Lessons from an international ad agency director on how to transition from go-go dancer to data analyst in five years.
Telstra has now enabled IPv6 for business ADSL customers.