The tech giant filed its application yesterday, but it appears it has yet to be seen or approved.
Years ago I wrote a piece called "RAID5 stops working in 2009." It's now 2013. Was I right?
The New Zealand government will not move ahead with plans for online voting.
Having seen the benefits from server virtualization, enterprises are now asking for virtualization to move into networking and storage, says VMware's Asia-Pacific head.
While the Apple community awaits the reported release of a new version of iOS and new i-devices to run it, one Android power user lists what turns him off about Android and has turned him into a switcher to the iPad.
Server market revenue falls 6.2 percent on-year, while shipments decline 1.2 percent, as customers focus on consolidation and migration, while economic conditions dampen demand for new IT projects, according to IDC.
The Victorian government is funding a cloud-based system for case management.
Telstra has picked up the health division of Database Consultants Australia to add to its burgeoning health unit.
I covered 52 shows and 68.1 miles in 7 days: The Edinburgh Festivals provided a perfect proving ground for the effectiveness of consumer mobile apps. My rating: 3 stars out of 5 (but it reads more like a four).
Ryanair's stake in rival carrier Aer Lingus is under scrutiny after a U.K. commission determined that competition in the industry is at risk.
The 10-year-old electric car maker sells a tiny volume of what Detroit's Big Three each sell, but its market cap now exceeds Chrysler's and is gaining rapidly on GM and Ford.
Chinese search giant said to be in discussions with local manufacturer Huan Technology on developing a set-top box or chip for use in smart TVs, which could take on Alibaba Group's move into the Internet TV space in July.
Technological developments and innovation influence the evolution of language, as the latest additions to the Oxford Dictionary reveal.
Does a company have the right to trademark a buzzword used worldwide?
A new Australian branch of the OKF will push for greater information sharing between public and government, business and research sectors, and create new open data-based tools.
Malcolm Turnbull still believes Telstra will gift its supposedly worthless copper network to the Coalition for its FttN plan – but his reasons why, make no sense at all. With the election looming, has Turnbull simply abrogated any responsibility for NBN accuracy?
No sophisticated attack was required to attack The New York Times and Twitter, as hackers already had valid credentials to allow them to change DNS entries.
This summer, Lone Signal beamed thousands of our text messages for 25 cents each to a distant star thought to harbor habitable planets.