Apple's venerable black hockey puck gets updated with significant content deals with HBO and ESPN. iTunes sells 800,000 TV episodes and 350,000 movies per day.
Storage, backup and security appliance provider Barracuda Networks will launch an Australia-based cloud service within months as it upscales its international investment to support the extension of its core capabilities into the cloud.
iiNet has been handed an AU$102,000 fine for a bus ad for naked DSL services with too small fine print.
The W3C standards body responsible for developing the Do Not Track standard is lurching toward a final document, roughly 18 months behind schedule. The likelihood that a useful standard will emerge is small, leading one Mozilla-backed group to develop its own set of tougher privacy controls.
Up to 1,500 jobs are set to be moved offshore as part of a global restructure of IBM Australia.
Transport for New South Wales has gone to tender, seeking to replace its major IT sourcing contracts.
The "cloud father" also shares some lessons to be learned from the evidently winning strategy at Amazon Web Services.
Workday's chief offers suggestions for the best approach for dumping legacy systems for the cloud.
Microsoft is actually listening and responding to customer feedback. That's a refreshing change from the policies of some divisions over the last few years.
Microsoft supposedly has walked away from 'advanced' talks to buy Windows Phone partner Nokia. Will this look like Redmond's choice to abandon its Yahoo buy-out, in hindsight?
The plan was to combine Microsoft with a device maker with scale and then go after the likes of Apple and Samsung.
You may not think Google Glass has any practical applications in the enterprise — not yet, anyway — but one U.S. firm is working on disproving the naysayers by bringing a range of enterprise apps to the search giant's wearable technology by early 2014.
Results are in for the U.S. open source software company's fiscal first quarter 2014. A look at the numbers.
Wondering which Microsoft apps and services are validated and supported on Windows Azure for running in virtual machine? Here's the list.
An enraged Dotcom says European web hosting company LeaseWeb is guilty of 'the largest data massacre in the history of the internet'.
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