VMware has patched a vulnerability in its hypervisors that could be exploited to help mount a denial of service attack.
IT leaders prioritize using technology within budget constraints, while business leaders want technology to improve business outcomes--the disalignment could lead to project inefficiencies.
It's getting easier to quickly charge electric vehicles on the road.
Will a €100 permanent price cut on Surface Pro be enough to convince Europeans to buy Microsoft's tablet?
According to Verizon's State of the Enterprise Cloud report, enterprises are spending an average 45 percent more on cloud computing each month, and providers need to up their game to cater for businesses better.
After huge success in the Japanese market, adultery website Ashley Madison is now making a push to mainland China by testing the waters in Hong Kong.
Sharing tech is a viable option for small companies that can't afford to invest in the solutions they need. By teaming up with other companies, they can get access to otherwise out-of-reach resources.
The latest numbers indicate that phablets are indeed a hit with Indian consumers. They made up 3 in 10 of all smartphones shipped in the second quarter.
With an attractive and very slim design, a decent mid-range specification and a good price, the Ascend P6 has a lot going for it, although you may not like all of Huawei's tweaks to the Android interface.
The latest election brochure from Coalition bigwig Andrew Robb suggests the NBN is no longer even important enough to mention when it comes to party priorities. Somebody should tell Tony Abbott – and stop letting Malcolm Turnbull waste so much time spruiking his NBN policy.
The depreciating Indian rupee isn’t keeping Indian consumers away from buying new devices. In fact, now they’re inclined to purchase domestic products instead of paying more for international brands.
Apple recently received a patent for a new collaboration system, including a collaboration server, a special interface and even pen input. Apple iPen? It appears ready to go up against Microsoft's PixelSense tabletop collaboration solution.
The telco has been helping local and Australian intelligence agencies tap communications on SEA-ME-WE-3, a major undersea cable carrying Internet traffic between Singapore and Perth, according to Sydney Morning Herald.
Spearphishing attacks are cheap and will continue to be effective unless organisations — and those they deal with — develop a security culture.
The Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship will replace outgoing CIO Tony Kwan with Defence CTO Matthew Yannopoulos.
Fusion and fast reactors lead all other contenders, including solar, wind, smart grid technologies, and carbon fees. One proposal says buy up the coal industry. Public can vote through Aug. 31.
Google, Telstra, and Microsoft warn against mandatory cloud services regulations; would harm start-ups, small business and cloud providers.
A free app released by Building America's Future allows the general public to send their traffic grumbles directly to members of Congress.
The Australian Parliamentary Budget Office has said that the government's election announcement of AU$42 million in additional funding to National ICT Australia will not affect the underlying cash and fiscal balance because it had already been announced.