Hewlett Packard Enterprise launches Synergy and aims to pitch composable infrastructure to businesses. The composable bandwagon is likely to fill up in 2016.
Cabcharge will begin the rollout of its "windows up" technology in London following a successful trial of the taxi-like payment technology in a Secure Parking car park in Sydney.
Contactless payments are the preferred payment method for 66 percent of Australians, with 64 percent preferring it to cash, according to a survey conducted for MasterCard.
The NSW government is consolidating its public safety agency telco assets under one agency, and sending the Telco Authority to lobby the federal government to advocate emergency services spectrum allocation.
Security firm Kaspersky has found that one in seven people are leaving themselves open to attack by having the one password for multiple accounts.
Everyone wants to become digital dynamos, but aren't lending much support to the people charged with making it happen.
The Israeli government has corrected its statement on Google agreeing to help monitor YouTube content after the tech giant denied an agreement had been reached.
Samsung's annual leadership reshuffle has seen Koh Dong-jin named as president and head of the mobile division, with JK Shin to stay on as CEO
The Canadian former giant BlackBerry has ended speculation by announcing on Monday that it will exit the Pakistani market before the end of 2015.
A report from NZ Treasury reveals a disagreement on scope between the government super-ministry and ICT services provider Datacom.