Accounting on the cloud has the power to transform business. Think that's nuts? Check this story about WOW.
Offering aid in the form of expertise and technology to Asia's emerging markets may help curb cybercrime from these places, but it should be delivered according to the country's IT maturity level.
Chinese search giant launches gouwu.baidu.com in partnership with local e-commerce players such as 360buy.com and Yihaodian, as it looks to increase its online advertising revenue.
Rupert Murdoch has claimed that despite the media foray around the hacking of the Wall Street Journal, Chinese hackers are still having their fun.
Micro-temping: marketplaces emerge that match peoples' spare hours with companies' requirements for short bursts of labor.
We may like the idea of simply pressing a button and going, but both regulators and the insurance industry are not so sure that Google's self-driving cars have a future.
Azure has been evolving to address enterprise cloud data use cases, from ingesting to processing to visualizing. This report offers a look at how Azure features and services may meet your needs.
Israel's answer to Kickstarter has announced that it has secured over $12 million in funding for the platform and companies involved in the project.
Labor is naturally keen to paint its NBN strategy as offering the most for voters, but giving too much, too early could very well backfire on the party by empowering Turnbull's alternative in the election run-up.
Country's mobile advertising market nearly tripled last year in line with the growing penetration of smartphones and high-speed Internet.
Indian telco will acquire the 74 percent stake it does not own in the joint venture, which manages its fixed-line and broadband network.
There are numerous exploit mitigations in iOS 6.1 that make jailbreaking incredibly difficult, including sandboxing, ASLR, and code signature requirements, but that didn't stop four developers from defeating all of them.
A new use for your meat tenderizer?
One week into the NextGen CIO program, we meet more of the people who are taking part in the education program.
Researchers claim that they have cracked the code when it comes to using 3D printing to create stem cells -- so what happens next?
After some fits and starts in 2008 and 2009 by Psystar and some cheap Dell netbooks, the low-cost hackintosh may be coming soon to a screen near you.
With RailCorp being split into Sydney Trains and NSW Trains later this year, hundreds of staff are being recruited, including those for its IT systems.
A legendary inventor's idea to replace restroom hand dryers will soon show up at airports and fast food restaurants.
Will "wearable", lego-like cars be the future for our roads?