This is the only way you'll be able to take a 12-foot boat on the bus.
Turnbull is playing the man, not the ball. But the media is not his problem; his policy is the problem. And no amount of bluster will change the fact that there are serious, unanswered questions around the Coalition's alternative policy.
Apple's iWork 9.3 update shows that the company has all but abandoned its Mac office suite. Has Apple's office suite become a life support system for iOS?
The fact that someone could get AU$28,000 in charges in the time that it took Telstra to cancel a service, shows that global roaming is still broken.
Time to start thinking about a few realities.
Google Apps for Business, Education, or Government customers can set up a Private Channel on the Play Store to distribute internal apps to users.
Sage has updated its local Sage 50 Accounts to allow customers to share their data via the cloud, and added new mobile apps, a new look and subscription pricing. Other, more radical, cloud developments...
Tides are turning, and in the last six months, large enterprise organisations have been moving more critical workloads into the cloud, according to CSC.
IT departments are facing an incredible amount of pressure these days to drive business growth, but that isn't easy for those trying to deal with legacy systems and other mounting issues.
Country's telecom regulator will punish SK Telecom and KT if the local telcos offer illegal subsidies to customers who purchase iPhone 5, following moves by distributors and retailers which provided subsidies for iPhone 5 pre-orders.
Citing a survey it commissioned, OpenNet says subscriber numbers have reached 250,000 as of November, and fiber users are more satisfied with their installation and usage now compared to last year.
Some third-party drives in use by your Mac may need a firmware update. With modern Macs, we can create an ISO update disc on that installs the new firmware.
There's been some controversy over the tax paid in New Zealand by multinational companies, particularly those in the tech sector.
Internet giant is working with Indian e-commerce players to hold a one-day online sale to encourage first-time online shoppers to make their purchases.
Beware unintended consequences! Pervasive use could undermine efficiency gains.
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, "resilient" is seen as the new green by a budding architectural movement, says SmartPlanet columnist C.C. Sullivan.
Channel partners will need to deepen their expertise in this area, which is the common underlying thread for many trends expected in 2013.
World's fifth-largest telecom equipment maker says it has signed a deal to loan US$20 billion from government-backed China Development Bank to finance its overseas expansion.
Optus is trialling virtualised packet core technology designed to improve mobile service in times when the network is under strain.