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Defense Research and Development Organization is creating country's own operating system to reduce its dependence on foreign operating systems, which it says may contain security risks.
A recent study indicates enterprises in sectors such as banking and financial services, healthcare, ICT and government are expected to be major cloud adopters in the country.
Taiwanese telco hopes updated mobile chat app will help double local user base to more than 4 million by February 2013, as it competes with the likes of WhatsApp and Line.
Updated: Microsoft is phasing out some of its Expression family of design tools for Windows and Windows Phone. So what's Plan B?
Optus will trial NFC technology for mobile payments with Visa, ahead of a full launch in 2013.
Photo-sharing operator reverts to its previous terms and conditions regarding advertising, following public outcry over changes which were interpreted to allow user photos to be sold.
Music lovers are turning to digital options amid a flurry of activities in the industry which has seen the launch of new legal streaming services and apps for mobile devices.
NBN Co has begun tackling the troubling issue of rolling out fibre into existing apartment blocks and other multi-dwelling units.
On the final Technolatte podcast for 2012, the Australian team looks at the big tech stories of the year.
Apple dooms stylish portable-charger project to oblivion.
The Victorian state government in Australia has opened a new government office focused on privacy and data protection.
Telco is hoping to extend its 900MHz bandwidth operating license in three telecom zones by another 10 years, despite the Indian government's intention to re-auction the spectrum once licenses expire.
Social networking giant is testing the viability of charging users a fee for allowing them to send e-mail messages to other users that are not in their online social circle.
Reports from the field by PC shoppers say Best Buy is doing a disastrous job of showcasing Microsoft's Surface RT tablets. And this is a surprise? The company has offered a miserable retail experience for years. How much longer can they keep this up?
When we think tech. holiday shopping, we usually think of the big-ticket items—TVs, tablets, and smartphones—but come the big day itself the holiday may not be that festive it if we don't get the small-ticket items they need to work as well.