The BitTorrent creators are not happy with being labelled as a piracy program.
U.S. president Barack Obama's new plan for tackling climate change offers incremental steps in the right direction. But it doesn't come close to what needs to be done.
A handy infographic shows us how surveillance methods have evolved through the ages.
NEW YORK -- Bespoke subscription services are setting their sights on a traditionally undervalued market.
The search giant is rushing to build a substantial hardware business in its pursuit of Apple. It risks alienating its shareholders.
The University of Adelaide will roll out 20,000 XenDesktop licences over three years.
Your digital strategy should create trust in your brand, faith in your products and services, and a great customer experience. Here's a tactical look at how to get there.
Will "Big Data" change the face of the travel industry?
Western Australia's Department of Education has entered into a deal with ASG to help restructure its Oracle licences for its systems.
Data retention has been slayed in Australia for the time being, but like any good pop culture villain, it will always come back.
Internet TV has finally arrived in New Zealand, and with it, a chance to show what UFB can do.
Optus is on the right track, but what it needs is a properly pared-down mobile plan.
Just about every company seems to have a rapidly growing portfolio of social media applications today. This is fragmenting our knowledge, locking us in, reducing business utility, and holding back ROI for our organizations.
Researchers spent the last 10 years studying 7,400 thinly sliced sections of a 65-year-old woman's brain. The result: the first ultrahigh-resolution 3D brain model ever made.
When is two-factor authentication not? When it's as bypassable as Yahoo's.
Dropbox isn't satisfied with being your favorite personal public cloud storage provider. It wants to be your favorite business integrated public cloud storage provide.
Government authorities and universities in the Netherlands have selected IBM to build a big data driven water management system for better flood control.
Telstra has invested AU$18.3 million in US mobile app provider Kony Solutions.
Computer makers are suddenly obsessed with putting a smartphone operating system on PCs. Here’s why it may not be such a crazy idea.