South Korean tech giants Samsung and LG are losing some of their talented designers and engineers to Chinese companies, sources say.
There is "strong strategic and industrial logic to the acquisition," according to the software maker's CEO.
Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison says overseas companies selling digital products to Australians will not be able to avoid paying the GST.
The Department of Finance is working with ASG to deliver a refreshed electronic workplace environment, with a new desktop environment, mail services, laptops, and Surface Pros.
The South Korean tech giant has shown off a 'video wall' made out of transparent organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays at the Integrated Systems Europe tradeshow.
ANZ has launched Mobile Pay to allow Android customers to tap and pay at checkout, and to make withdrawals at contactless-enabled ANZ ATMs.
From "artificial neuron network" to "natural language processing" to "weak AI," this short word list will keep you on top of the AI terms you need to know. Technical jargon has been flying thick and fast...
Spark, Vodafone NZ, CallPlus, Orcon, Flip, Two Degrees, and MyRepublic were found to contain unfair standard contract terms, with all agreeing to amend their practices.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia spent a total of AU$752 million on information technology services for the half year ended December 31, 2015.
Australian-listed Xero has announced an integration between its cloud accounting software and Microsoft Power BI to give small businesses a way to collect and collate big data.
NBN CEO Bill Morrow has told Senate Estimates that the technology used in the fibre-to-the-node (FttN) rollout across Australia is not to blame for customer complaints about FttN services.