Will fuel sourced from landfill sites tempt U.S. consumers?
In an email to staff NBN Co CEO Mike Quigley has announced he will leave NBN Co today, following the appointment of new NBN Co executive chairman Dr Ziggy Switkowski.
Most companies die. Here's why Microsoft is in danger, despite its seeming invulnerability.
Rather than settle out of court, Kaspersky Lab has called Lodsys' patent bluff and managed to see the lawsuit dismissed.
The Firefox codebase has gained Shumway, a JavaScipt-based Flash VM and runtime intended to replace Flash.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has named former Telstra CEO Ziggy Switkowski as the new chairman of NBN Co.
Enterprising Apple developers looking for the fabled gold iPhone 5s have developed real-time inventory trackers, filling a vacuum left by Apple.
Will wireless connectivity on roads improve safety and reduce congestion? A pilot scheme will find out.
All types of businesses including drug distributors are vulnerable to the disruptive economic forces of the Internet... and Bitcoin can help
Ryanair has been ordered to pay out over $10 million in fines for breaking French labor laws and failing to pay employee tax contributions.
From the takedown of Silk Road to the endless propaganda pushing the 'inevitable' cashless society, governments and financial institutions are manoeuvring to monitor your money. Whoever wins, you lose.
This teardrop-shaped speedster from Britain eliminates the coffee table look.
Businesses can leverage missed calls, voice, e-mail, apps, and SMS-based products to offer, at zero cost to users, services such as alerts, notifications, voting, product sampling, surveys, and feedback submission.
Toyota has added a new electric vehicle to its rental lineup, where you pay for use by the minute.
In the 12 months until the end of September 2013, Xero has seen global growth of 89 percent, and experienced growth in Australia of 143 percent.
The Police Federation of Australia has said that now there is also a federal Coalition government, state Coalition governments now need to show that their calls for dedicated emergency networks were more than just talk.
Now that the court documents have been unsealed, there's no need to guess whether Lavabit shut down because of Edward Snowden.
As the NSW government preps for the first move into its new Unanderra datacentre this weekend, ZDNet looks to get an insight into the government's datacentre strategy. Part two of this series will look at the government's concept of a datacentre-based services marketplace, and its current thinking on the use of cloud.