India's largest IT service provider has announced Rajesh Gopinathan as its new CEO, replacing N Chandrasekaran, as well as a Q3 net profit of $1 billion.
NBN will be trialling an aeronautical mobile satellite service proof of concept for nine months beginning in February.
Mobile coverage in Western Australia will improve thanks to the small cells being installed along a 2,000km stretch of highway by Optus in an effort to bring 3G and 4G to remote areas.
Chinese e-commerce giant wants to stand out from its cloud competitors with "internet-ready middleware" offerings developed from its own experience handling massive online transactions.
The CSIRO's Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder has begun crunching the data to solve fundamental scientific questions previously thought of as unanswerable.
The university has moved one step closer to quantum computing becoming a reality, using machine learning to predict the demise of a quantum bit, thus extending its useful life.
Our phones won't blow up: LG looks to capitalize off Samsung's Note 7 missteps with plenty of safety marketing and features.
Unless your next smart fridge is going to have a support lifecycle the length of Windows XP, it's going to be cracked in a couple of years.
Apple announced the first iPhone ten years ago and CES 2017 just wrapped up. Kevin and I had plenty to talk about after about a month away from the mics.
Telstra's 'highly resilient' Japan-Hong Kong and Hong Kong-Singapore subsea cables now come with a guarantee that services will never suffer outages for more than a few hours.