The idiocy of things
Volvo will test out Cortana to add voice recognition and predict the needs of drivers.
From AI to TV, Google has its work cut out for itself as it gets more serious about its own hardware.
While machine learning and IoT grab the headlines, in 2017, cloud adoption will become the sleeper story of Big Data.
A happy team is a productive team. Here are four ways to keep to keep staff engaged.
Microsoft doesn't need a flashy stand to be part of the important conversations at the key technology show.
New national broadband plan intends to focus on mobile coverage to drive digital inclusion
With the odds of a data breach on the rise, companies should consider increasing their IT audit budget for 2018. Auditors can spot and help remedy security holes that may have been overlooked.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank will give a keynote at CES 2017. And why not? Data and technology are the enablers if Under Armour is going to hit the $10 billion revenue mark.
Aside from headline-grabbing Hyperloop plans and government crackdowns on communications tech, what are the shifts that will really change the region?
This modular wireless security camera system is affordable and easy to configure, but needs some refinement to be really compelling.
Lenovo is launching its smart glasses at CES 2017 with the aim landing business use cases. The catch is the system, which includes glasses and a pocket unit, won't be available until June.
Lenovo's smart glasses are designed for business use cases such as training, repair and remote troubleshooting.
Despite only connecting 29,760 customers to Sky Muster between April and October, NBN left itself just four months to shift over the 18,000 customers remaining on the old satellite service.
At CES 2017, UnitedHealthcare and Qualcomm Life will expand a program that dangles dollars for steps. Fitbit Charge 2 will have custom features for participants as corporate wellness moves toward BYOD.
The Australian watchdog has used the Valve decision to warn online traders operating overseas that they must comply with the Australian Consumer Law when offering goods and services down under.
After giving just 15 business days over the holiday period for submissions on whether to allow retained telco data to be used for civil proceedings, Brandis has extended the timeframe by two weeks.
The Russian government may have hacked Hillary Clinton's campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to support Donald Trump's campaign, but there's no hard technical proof.
Australian Minister for Social Services has said Centrelink's new debt recovery system is working 'incredibly well' despite welfare recipients receiving erroneous letters demanding they pay back money previously provided.