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Fibre company Superloop has announced its acquisition of a small Australian wholesale ISP for almost AU$6 million.
Companies that made AU$10,000 and over in revenue online in FY15 will have to provide sales data to the Australian government to ensure they complied with tax laws.
Its 'biggest' Singapore investment to date, Singtel says the Tier 3-Plus data center is designed to meet the needs of the financial services and public sectors, as well as cloud and internet service providers.
Singapore postal service operator completes test flight of drone delivery, where packages will only be delivered if the recipient is properly authenticated.
Australian streaming music service Guvera has partnered with Virgin Australia to bring free subscriptions to customers, as well as 1GB of extra data per month.
Two weeks after the SmartGates to enter Australia went down at Brisbane Airport, another IT issue has repeated the dose for travellers.
The future of Office is in the cloud, and as Office 2016 evolves, it's Office 365 subscribers that will get the most benefit from new features.
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The Bank of Queensland has seen its fifth successive record half, posting a FY2015 statutory profit of AU$318 million, spending AU$79 million on IT, and gearing up for a digital spend in FY2016
Coming fast on the heels of the Galaxy Tab S2 being released in a Nook edition, the new 9.6-inch device proves that the bookstore chain hasn't yet abandoned its digital hardware strategy yet.
Hillary Clinton, Democratic frontrunner for the 2016 presidential election, has again broken with President Barack Obama on policy, this time on the TPP.
Amazon Web Services APAC managing director Shane Owenby has reassured that while it's pro-public cloud, it understands that not all applications can be moved onto AWS.
The telco industry regulator in Australia has given six telcos directions to comply with the Telecommunications Protection Code.
The Australian government will begin taxing ebooks, streaming services, apps, games, and music downloads should its legislation pass Parliament.
Meituan.com and Dianping.com, the two best-known Groupon-style websites which compete fiercely in China for market shares, have agreed to a merger, according to local Chinese reports.
Dell is reportedly looking to merge with EMC, but it is still unclear whether it would be with the entire company or only partially.
Amazon Web Services gears up to service the Asia-Pacific region with more datacentres, starting with India and China.
Polycom's latest systems are aimed at smaller settings and conference rooms.
Wix has totally overhauled its website design tool dubbed Editor in the first full redesign of its cloud-based software since launching a do-it-yourself HTML5 Editor three years ago.