Zhenya Tsvetnenko may have announced his resignation at Digital X, however, the company's success is not slowing down with total revenue hitting above $16 million for the June quarter.
Chinese hardware manufacturer Huawei has announced a 40 percent jump in sales to 245.5 billion yuan for the first half of 2016.
The Queensland government has partnered with The Boeing Company to develop and test remotely piloted aircraft technologies for adoption by primary industries and the telecommunications sector.
Supermarket giant Woolworths has announced a AU$959 million restructure, which includes the loss of 500 jobs and the absorption of millions in IT assets.
Some of the 19,000 emails from the Democratic National Committee included hostility towards Bernie Sanders.
Optus will deliver voice, mobile, and data services to more than 4,000 QBE end-users across 42 Australian locations.
Nervous IT pros might be tempted to deploy a little-known Windows 10 edition to simplify administration tasks. Ed Bott offers four questions to ask first.
Huawei and Vodafone have completed the world's first 5G outdoor field test using e-band spectrum, believing it will be able to support AR, VR, and smart car applications.
With a potential US president who may scare off foreign tech investors and hinder its ability to innovate, Asia can step in as a viable alternative but first needs to put in place the necessary pieces.
NBN's second Ka-band satellite has been slated for launch in October, aiming to provide 400,000 homes and businesses in regional and remote Australia with NBN coverage.
The Chinese ecommerce giant said it will introduce both its popular online marketplaces and payment businesses with the opening of an office in Melbourne, Australia by the end of 2016.