Vodafone is out in front in New Zealand's 4G race, but it will not be all smooth sailing.
Groupon CEO and founder Andrew Mason lost his job and has lost more than $1bn since Groupon went public, a fall that's also affected many tech companies.
On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team looks at the ABC hack, the role of the CIO, and a class-action suit against Vodafone.
Vodafone Australia has announced plans to insource its call centre to Tasmania, doubling the number of jobs in the Apple Isle.
HP's senior vice president of enterprise security software suggests that we could learn a thing or two from cyber criminals -- and possibly persuade them to look elsewhere for targets at the same time.
It's hard to think of Microsoft Office as anything other than the archetypal Windows desktop program. But while no one was looking, Microsoft's free online apps and storage turned surprisingly powerful. Are the free apps good enough to use in place of Office?
A new optional Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online product update, available now, adds both iPad and Yammer enterprise-social-networking support.
A security researcher gives Oracle two weeks to change its mind that an issue he reported is not a security flaw, or else he'll let the public be the judge.
In a video intended to rev up the interest of young people in software development, industry luminaries make the case for "an incredibly empowering skill to learn".
After months of rumors about internal strife, Groupon's CEO and founder is out the door -- effective immediately.
Grandma's next cane might rival the high tech gadgetry of your smartphone (and her robot will be way cooler).
Microsoft is divesting itself of another piece of the aQuantive assets it bought back in 2007, this time by selling its Atlas ad platform to Facebook.
CEO Marc Benioff touted the company’s $3 billion in annual revenue and growth rates.
Security experts debate how one of the world's most popular social networks should step up its security game to better protect personal data.
For businesses and enterprises, the network vs. device debate is moot. They must protect both.
Call it BYOA (bring your own application). Unlike BYOD, however, enterprises will take more control of the situation with sanctioned apps available for quick downloads and deployments.
A look at ERP vendor marketing and positioning based on their own choice of words.
IBM CEO Ginny Rometty projected that Big Blue will bring in $20 billion in analytics and big data revenue in 2015, up from a forecast of $16 billion. Here's a look at Big Blue's bets.