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.
Already considered to be cheaper in terms of fees than other currencies, businesses now have another reason to accept Bitcoins as a payment choice.
iiNet has now withdrawn its 20GB NBN satellite plan from market, as ZDNet first had reported the company was planning to do.
Technology can lead the change in Australia Post's focus on customers, according to chief technology officer Tien-Ti Mak.
Recent buggy updates to the Windows Media Format Runtime and Exchange Server 2003 have been re-released.
Certain areas of the brain become obscured from view during surgery. Sometimes doctors rely on patients to stay awake during brain operations.
While traditional architecture is the trend for many U.S. churches, the Catholic faith benefits from modern designs and contemporary arts.
MEXICO CITY -- A new push to legalize marijuana in Mexico's populous capital is taking the debate to a new level.
Microsoft is providing SharePoint and Office 365 users with more SkyDrive Pro storage.
The New York services company wins hosting contracts by helping small businesses pick a cloud platform appropriate for their unique infrastructure and automating migrations.
A universe of possibilities, seen on the daily commute to Silicon Valley.
The French-built satellite will be launched in 2016 and there are plans for a second artifact
Some people are ao much in a panic about the NSA spying on them that they're going to move their e-mail and cloud services out of the US entirely to "safer" foreign companies.
UPDATED x5: Reps for the NYT said the attack came through its registrar. Twitter chimes in with an update of its own.