It's hard enough to produce a popular app, but even those who do will have to deal with this particular buyer mindset.
NetApp cuts employees for the second time in a year as it deals with the storage shift to cloud computing and tighter IT budgets for hardware.
Maintaining privacy online seems almost impossible, but there are a tools that can minimise the chances of your personal, financial or business data falling into the wrong hands.
The Italian city is opening up its underground infrastructure to help speed a €15m fibre to the home deployment.
Archive media are more important than ever for both legal and personal reasons. There's a fight between an enterprise stalwart upgraded with nanoparticles and a consumer-based 300GB optical with superhero endurance.
Retaining a record of every website a customer visits and all other metadata is incompatible with the new Privacy Act, according to iiNet.
The Productivity Commission has slammed the former government's planning of the National Broadband Network project for failing to conduct a cost-benefit analysis.
We can't afford software with a philosophy, no matter what the platform zealots reckon about security. We need reliable engineering.
Equinix's managing director Tony Simonsen will be leaving his position to join Avaya Australia and New Zealand as its new managing director.
Chinese e-commerce giant will pay HK$6.24 billion (US$803.74 million) for a 70.8 percent stake in ChinaVision Media Group, gaining immediate access to a host of content including television dramas, movies, and games.
Galaxy smartphone maker files for U.S. patent to unlock mobile devices when users touch-and-drag drawings that have at least one intersection point. These diagrams also can be customized to launch specific apps.
Fire and Rescue NSW has implemented SAP Business Suite software powered by SAP HANA to help it share data across all three major state emergency service agencies.
Hewlett-Packard Australia has reported a net loss for the 2013 financial year, which is nearly five times more than what it recorded the previous year.
Telstra has announced that Media Group executive Rick Ellis will leave the company and be replaced by chief marketing officer Mark Buckman.
The web's 25th birthday has been celebrated around the web, but Tim Berners-Lee has used it to start the Web We Want project to develop a Magna Carta or "bill of rights" to protect users' freedom of speech and freedom from surveillance
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