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Samsung has won the right to view the terms of Apple and HTC's global licensing agreement after filing a request with a U.S.-based court.
These small businesses may have adopted collaboration tools such as Google Apps, WebEx, Dropbox and Yammer, but a large chunk still rely on e-mail and mobile phones to communicate.
The ailing firm says it has managed to secure a customer base for its most advanced panel range.
In its recently-released holiday buying issue, Consumer Reports says that iMac and MacBook lines still reign over PC competitors. But a close reading of the results show a mixed result for Cupertino.
Telstra has begun offering wholesale prepaid 3G services on a system that will help its wholesale customers meet their industry obligaitons.
The Australian government has spent some time filtering through what generic top-level domains it thinks should make it to the internet, taking issue with ones like .fail.
eBay and the ACCC have called for Australian copyright law to be more technology neutral, to allow users to store content in the cloud.
If you think Apple cares what day it is, you're wrong. They don't. Here are the ten reasons why they don't.
EMC has reconciled with the fact that it will probably be making more money from its cloud provider partners rather than from direct customers, according to EMC Australia managing director Alister Dias.
Australian startups live in a smaller ecosystem, receive less funding, don't put their hands up for funding, and don't think big. So how can they survive compared to Silicon Valley giants?
Telstra and its fixed-line resellers are locked in a months-long debate over whether wholesale prices for ADSL should be kept higher to avoid "congestion," but is it right?
With revenues staying flat, mobile operators are starting to cut down on freebies or increase prices that come with discount vouchers used by the majority of prepaid subscribers.
Sydney has been crowned Australia's startup capital by a new report compiled by stakeholders from the country's biggest city.
US e-commerce giant's plans to introduce cloud services in China reportedly suspended, delaying launch of its Kindle e-reader in the country.
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