Tourism Australia is considering adopting cloud services and Windows 8 as part of an overhaul of business systems.
The Ministry of Public Security broke up 468 gangs and arrested 1,213 people for suspected personal information trafficking, along with hardware they used to capture data.
West Coast state is turning Japanese as it replaces troubled nuke plant with expensive alternatives.
Watching from the other side of the world, it’s easier to see the fine line between intellectual-property pragmatism and bald hypocrisy – and Obama’s poke in Samsung’s eye just crossed it.
"Appletopia: Media Technology and the Religious Imagination of Steve Jobs" is a forthcoming book is expected to arrive on bookshelves (digital or otherwise) this week. The tome looks to bring with it a new level of over-the-top descriptions of computer-human interface, technological innovation and Apple's place in the tech market.
Many shop owners are embracing the power of the web to keep their doors open.
Nervous IT pros might be tempted to deploy a little-known Windows 10 edition to simplify administration tasks. Ed Bott offers four questions to ask first.
Lab technicians on the front line design a efficient building that can keep up with fast-changing technology.
Gary Lauder may not be an urban planner, but he has calculated that a single intersection wastes 14 person-years annually and advocates that our planners think about design in terms of time lost.
Update: The Australian Federal Court is set to decide tomorrow whether ISPOne owes Telstra hundreds of thousands of dollars for its prepaid mobile services.
The NSW government is taking a hard look at how the state's national water utility is spending its money on IT in a bid to drive down costs.
BYOD is the hottest thing in business since the mobile itself, but Drew Turney finds that the risks shouldn't be ignored.
Sage advice on designing an app store - just as compelling as Apple App Store or Google Play - for customers and employees.
After three weeks of rebuilding and patchy service resumption, Apple's developer services are back to normal, with developers gaining a month extension on their subscriptions.
After one month of using Apple's latest mobile operating system, it is clear that iOS 7 had an extreme makeover, beauty pageant style, in a vastly aesthetic and design-focused release. If this is chapter two in Apple's mobile design book, can it be sustained through later versions?
IBM Is at work trying to build a chip inspired by the human brain. It's not science fiction, although in a world where Big Brother is either the NSA or Facebook (or Google or Amazon), having a Brainiac computer might be a little worrisome. Read on for that and some other health, cloud, and big data news from around ZDNet
GURGAON -- To reduce exposure to pesticides, which are high in India, residents are planting their own fruits and vegetables.
It looks less and less likely that Canonical will raise the $32-million it needs for the Ubuntu Edge. So what! It won't matter in the long run.
Government intrusiveness is the story that won't go away. This week, two email providers who offer encrypted hosted email shut their doors citing either government intervention or the potential thereof. And, of course, there's more NSA. President Obama even steps in to say a few words.