Zenefits CEO Parker Conrad has stepped down, and COO David Sacks takes the reigns.
The development of slim displays has in turn changed the TV, monitor, and most recently, handset markets. So where will we see the display next?
Barrese is out after a year, and his responsibilities are being split in two.
Customers aren't simply readying for an NBN transition, but reviewing their network access approach as whole.
Service providers violating regulations will be penalised, according to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India.
Medicare, pharmaceutical, and aged-care benefits would be delivered by the private sector under a secret plan reportedly being developed by the government.
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AOL's Tim Armstrong knows a thing or two about Verizon acquisitions and could help Verizon become a mobile video, advertisement, and content powerhouse.
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Microsoft mistakenly capped some Office 365 users' OneDrive cloud storage at one terabyte earlier than promised, but a fix is coming.
Microsoft is making previews of some services for its Azure Stack hybrid preview. It's also offering a roadmap for Windows Azure Pack, a predecessor to Azure Stack.
The Commonwealth Treasury has begun rolling out an Avaya SDN Fx architecture to replace its existing legacy network and keep up with parliamentary demand.
The new feature will launch this week.
The details of federal agents are beginning to appear online.
iMessage is though to be the biggest mass-market encryption messaging app today.
Sophisticated Trojan goes to 'great lengths' to avoid detection by security products, warn Palo Alto researchers
The 'Astro Pis' on the International Space Station are encased in £3,000 units, but you can 3D-print one for much less.
The Brazilian ERP firm will be placing efforts towards growth in Latin America
Otherwise known as Adwind, the malware-as-a-service platform is still actively attacking both individuals and businesses.