The PC maker believes a new partnership with Yuneec will result in "game changing" drones.
The security vulnerability allows malicious apps to run in the background with no timeout.
South Korea can boast one of the world's fastest average internet connection speeds, but the country also rates highly in censorship stakes.
FireEye's latest threat report showed 35 percent of organisations were exposed to advanced persistent threat during the first half of 2015, an increase from the same period last year.
The Australian government's digital office is hiring workers to help build and maintain the myGov portal.
Despite wide-ranging agreement that content availability can reduce online copyright infringement, at the behest of the government, 'education' and punitive measures are continuing to be pushed amid unresolved debates on cost sharing.
Perth-based IT service provider Empired has recorded AU$11 million in EBITDA, and AU$130 million in revenue for FY15, thanks to securing AU$65 million in contracts throughout the year.
Vocus Communications' acquisitions of FX Networks and ASG's Bentley datacentre has helped increase the company's revenue by 62 percent for the 2015 financial year.
Microsoft recently announced major personnel reductions in the mobile division, while stating it was focused on bringing new flagships. Leaked images show a couple possible new devices.
The Australian Attorney-General's Department has said it expects the National Facial Biometric Matching Capability to be up and running by mid-2016.
First half financial results for MYOB have pointed to a successful start in its switch from boxed software seller to cloud accounting provider.
A number of well-known handset brands in China are promoting their own trade-in programs amid lacklustre smartphone demands in the market.
The costs of Vodafone's NZ$840 million TelstraClear buyout persist in its latest financial results.
VMware also made Ray O'Ferrell its chief development officer, meaning he will not only lead the company's technology team, but he will oversee the company's R&D business units as well.
Workday CFO Mark Peel responded with a Q3 revenue guidance range hovering around Wall Street expectations.
After cracking 4,000 passwords, one decrypted password floated to the top of the list. And it's not for the first time.
Yahoo's reinvention as a mobile app platform continues as U.S. consumers now spend 90 percent of their mobile device time in apps, and not in the browser.
One Touch allows shoppers to store account information in order to complete subsequent purchases with just a single click. Visa and others are also ramping up similar services.