As the global race to produce automated trains and connected cars continues, the Australian government has injected AU$12 million into a two-year positioning technology project that such innovations are expected to benefit from.
The self-flying car may become more than just a figment of our imaginations, with aerospace giant Airbus looking to test its prototype in the air by the end of 2017.
The almost three-hour outage in voice services was caused by an error made during planned work on the network, Vodafone has said, with services restored around 8am.
Apple's laptop plans this year are detailed by an Apple analyst, but there's no word on new iMacs.
Samsung and Huawei are among those signed up to help Alibaba thwart the selling of counterfeit goods on its online platforms by using big data analytics.
Having encrypted data while in transit over a 10Gbps link between the US and Australia, Ericsson and Telstra are now looking towards testing the optical encryption technology over a 100Gbps link.
A lot can change in two years, but sentiment about 3D printing in the business world has changed relatively little. In 2014, Tech Pro Research conducted a survey to find out how 3D printing was being...
When Microsoft added Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) to Windows 10 it became possible to run other Linux distributions, such as openSUSE, and not just Ubuntu, on Windows 10.
The IT giant has announced plans to live-stream tennis matches through PlayStation VR at the upcoming French Open.
In a sudden move, US hard disk manufacturer Seagate has shut down its plant in Suzhou, China and laid off over 2,000 employees as profits slump and global demand for hard disk drivers shrinks.
Analysis: Microsoft favors the "just enough" approach to appease privacy regulators, but it ignores a fundamental customer complaint.