With the Judicial Redress Act now passed by the US Senate, Europeans are set to gain the right to sue US agencies that violate the country's own privacy laws.
Engineers from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands are taking tech entrepreneur Elon Musk's Hyperloop travel idea very seriously.
Customers "paused a bit" in January and IT spending plans slowed, says Cisco CEO. Apparently, stock market volatility hits confidence in capital spending plans.
The new $25 million facility is set to open in June and is expected to create 4,500 jobs.
The DBC resolution appears to cement the Federal Court's methodology in calculating damages for online copyright infringers, but how will this be affected by the three-strikes code and the TPP rules?
What comes first; the case or the phone? LG posted an official press release announcing the name of its next device, along with images of its new Quick Cover.
This comprehensive checklist offers management guidelines and solutions to many of the problems that routinely occur with Windows user accounts. You can print the list or use it in electronic form; the...
South Korean chat giant Kakao has handled over $4 billion in transactions for its securities trading app as it continues attempts to expand to games, transport, music, and most recently, the finance sector.
Meander Valley Council is looking to get back the AU$11,000 NBN charged to provide a cost estimate to upgrade two areas to fibre-to-the-premises technology.
The New Zealand government and research sector have announced a total investment of AU$4.5 million over three years for Australia's Synchrotron.
Suncorp Group is a few steps closer to delivering its technology optimisation program, which has so far involved decommissioning legacy systems, moving others into the cloud, and changing the way it uses data.