Datacentre and fibre provider Vocus has announced its FY13 results, making gains in underlying profit but losses in statutory profit due to the ill effects of foreign exchange.
The Australian government's considered cloud policy is better than just blindly pushing cloud without considering the security or privacy of data, according to Minister Assisting for the Digital Economy Kate Lundy.
The dissolution of Julia Gillard's ministry saw Labor try a curious approach to replacing the ubiquitous Stephen Conroy: appointing four separate ministers to each spruik the NBN in their own way. A week away from the election, has this approach helped Labor's chances or hurt them?
We're all Martians, thanks to two minerals that slammed into our planet a long time ago. The same two will help keep the place alive in the future too.
Android can present security risks, says the FBI and the US Department of Homeland Security. But that's been true for years, and core industry attitude problems still need fixing.
Hospitals in the U.S. treat dehydration intravenously. Drip Drop is a $2.50 powder that patients can take orally, and its investors include football Hall of Famers.
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.
Despite Australia being in the midst of an election campaign where neither major party has released a firm policy on copyright, officials with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade are still negotiating with partner countries.
By restricting a plant's water intake, its fruits wind up with less water content and a greater density of sugar. Great news for a state with dwindling water supplies.
Arthur Frommer literally wrote the book on travel guides. Now, with his daughter Pauline as editorial director, the Frommers hope to help travelers remember why they used to love them.
Want to buy something online in Hong Kong? Forget the mail. It's all about furtive underground meetings.
The Australian Greens party has proposed requiring IT providers to release to customers the exact details of their agreements with foreign governments over the provision of customer data.
After a revealing conversation with a top female executive in Singapore, ZDNet's Eileen Yu wonders if women often have self-doubt and discusses why this may not necessarily be a bad thing.
As the virtualisation vendor lines its ducks in a row for its new vCloud Hybrid Service in Australia, it says New Zealand is the region's cloud leader.
It's no coincidence that global enterprise video conferencing sales are tanking as Google and others step up their game.
The short, snappy answer is: "All too easily." Here's how it appears to have happened.
According to a Snapchat Security Advisory published by Australian researchers, Snapchat names, aliases and phone numbers can be discovered and harvested via the Snapchat Android and iOS API even if an account is private.
The New York-based startup boasts it owns the "only service that tracks television engagement across multiple data sources."
Moore's law has had an incredible run of 50 years, but the end is in sight. It won't be physics that stops it...