The internet company's net profit slid from 51.7 billion won in the fourth quarter of 2014 to 10.2 billion won for the same period in 2015, with the company targeting expanded business in games and ads.
A fibre fault in the Sydney-Guam submarine cable will persist until March, according to TPG, with the Southern Cross Cable and Australian-Japan Cable system to be used as substitutes.
Monday Morning Opener: Cloud revenue from vendors is hard to take at face value, but there could be better transparency in other places too. Here are three suggestions to ponder.
A corporate merger, like a marriage, can yield a whole stronger than its parts -- or it can end in utter disaster. In ZDNet's ramp up to Valentine's Day 2016, we countdown the worst corporate romances in IT history.
Is this the start of a serious VR craze? Google is working on a virtual reality headset to take on Facebook's Oculus and Samsung's Gear VR, according to a new report. But in Google's case, the software is what's important.
Netmarketshare's January numbers put Windows 10 ahead of XP, which is consistent with its stable growth, if not XP's decline
The market leader in self-service data discovery and visualisation, Tableau 9.2 continues to improve and delight with plenty of enhancements to help keep the competition at bay.
The iPad Air 3 will be like a slimmed down iPad Pro when it launches in May, according to a new report.
One of the most persistent questions I hear about Windows 10 involves what happens when the free upgrade offer ends. Is Microsoft going to start charging subscription fees? After a close look at the company's financials, I'm convinced the answer is an emphatic no.
After leaving Microsoft, Ballmer is living a very interesting life. In a recent interview, his new "10k for government" project has been revealed.
The current 'While you were away' feature will become standard on the new Twitter.