Overnight, there was a lot of stuff that just wasn't working, including the results from some companies. But at least the impending Olympics should cheer everyone up.
The ZDNet team gives their view on the last week's news, all in the time it takes you to drink a cup of coffee.
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SAP and Apple released very different results last night, and the latter had a court win in Europe against Samsung.
Overnight, there was much ado about Windows 8 as Gartner made some big calls.
Welcome to the new week, after a weekend of pwning, storage and philanthropy.
CBA's retail revolution, Qantas' love of all things Apple and Billabong leaking customer details are front and centre of this week's ZDNet Australia podcast.
It's finally Friday, and lots of tech companies announced their Q2 results overnight. Here's what you missed.
As you get ready for another Wednesday, we've got news on EMC and VMware job changes, and Microsoft and Google dealing with antitrust issues in Europe.
To start you off this Tuesday, Yahoo has a new CEO who definitely hasn't padded out her resume, Apple fails to stop in-app bypass and Microsoft announces the latest version of Office.
The weekend is sadly over. While you get ready for another Monday, here's what you might have missed from the weekend.
On this week's Technolatte podcast, we look at telco interception, selling second-hand software, government privacy bungles and what CIOs think of Microsoft's Surface.