It's finally Friday, and lots of tech companies announced their Q2 results overnight. Here's what you missed.
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. Caution: Contents Hot
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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.
You've made it to Friday, but some other businesses weren't so lucky. Maybe it's time to check your passwords, lest you become Monday morning's news.
Here's your quick fix to find out what happened overnight, including the latest changes to Samsung's products and criminals that follow government examples, but still can't get it right.
It's only mid-week, but a lot of businesses will be wishing the weekend was here, having battled with outages and production problems overnight.
Good morning, Australia! These are our picks for the top stories overnight.
What happened while you were sleeping? Don't microwave your Samsung Galaxy S III, Google demanded $4 million in compensation from Oracle and AusCERT lost a DVD containing subscriber information.
Technolatte welcomes new ZDNet Australia journalist Spandas Lui, and brings you our thoughts on Australia's tech week.
This week, it's all about shiny tablets, islands and entrepreneurs.
Just how many Telstra customers are zombies? Is Australia just a lapdog to the United States? And who asked for what generic top-level domain name?
Just how much is the Queensland Health payroll debacle going to cost? Are people listening to the doomsayers about moving to IPv6? And was your LinkedIn password compromised?
How much is the Galaxy S III? Has Flame burned us all down? Is your employer looking over your shoulder, and should the private sector get involved with universities?