The South Korean memory chip maker saw its operating profit fall a steep 67.1 percent year-on-year due to falling prices of DRAM and will hope for a rebound in the second half when its new flagship smartphone launches.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is requesting telcos be more clear in the information they deliver to consumers about fixed broadband speed and performance.
The federal government has established an Australian Digital Health Agency, which will work with the public and private sectors in a bid to foster digital health innovation.
The relatively minor fine imposed by the state of Tennessee is the first time the firm has been dinged for unlicensed insurance sales, a problem it's worked to resolve.
There was a time when Yahoo was the internet company that Google is now. What happened?
The Swedish communications equipment maker looks for new leadership after struggling to keep sales up while investing in 5G technology.
Authentication shows a bright, secure future defined by options and combinations.
Microsoft is unifying its various authenticator apps into a single Microsoft Authenticator one that will begin rolling out to consumers and business users as of August 15.
The Baltic nation state was hit by a massive Russian cyber-offensive in 2007.
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