Fitbit is rolling out bike tracking and multi-tracker support soon. You can also export your data in TCX format and upload it to your favorite service, making the Fitbit Surge an even better mobile device.
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Western Australia's Department of Mines and Petroleum is revamping its online systems after claims that some companies have been using special software to 'scrape' data from the department's online system in order to gain an edge in claiming surrendered mining tenements.
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Australian emergency service agencies want access to GPS data on phones to locate callers in emergencies, but Telstra has said it is up to users to ensure that GPS applications are turned on.
Ford's big data and mobility experiments set the stage for positioning the automaker more as a software and systems outfit. Ford is a good example of how every company is now a technology company.
Victoria's RMIT University is opening its AU$1.5 million data analytics lab this week in partnership with NICTA, in an initiative expected to help Australian businesses compete on a global scale.
A new global CIO study from Deloitte sheds light on why CIOs and IT have a tough time. The data offers lessons on how to fix the problem.
Hitachi Data Systems and Equinix have announced an agreement where HDS will offer its private cloud solutions from within Equinix's global datacentres.
Demands for user data requests have more than doubled in five years, with the U.S. government leading pack in the global intelligence gathering race.
The union will leverage Cloudera's Apache Hadoop-powered enterprise data hubs and TCS' global IT services delivery platform, as well as big data solutions.
AT&T's Cargo View already conducts global data collection in 200 countries, providing up-to-date information on vitals such as location, temperature, pressure, light, vibration, and motion.
Attorney-General George Brandis has pulled out of speaking at the Human Rights Commission's Free Speech conference today following a disastrous TV interview last night where he admitted that website visits would be included in mandatory data retention.
Australian deals website Catch of the Day did not disclose a 2011 data breach to the Office of the Australian Privacy Commissioner until last month, despite knowing of the breach at the time it occurred.
Australian daily deals website Catch of the Day announced a three-year-old data breach compromising credit cards and passwords to its customers on Friday evening.
A new global data security survey by the Ponemon Institute has found Australia’s IT security professionals believe that company executives would prefer to spend money on the protection of intellectual property over customer data security.
Amazon Web Services is boosting its Australian presence, today announcing new locations in Melbourne, and an additional location at Global Switch's Sydney data centre.
Global research by Dimension Data has revealed that organisations are keeping their devices around for a lot longer than they use to because of cost savings and the uptake of as-a-service consumption models.
For a spatial data provider, a new system to deliver even greater precision to customers needed always-on management, a solution offered by a cloud environment.
LG CNS, the IT service provider subsidiary of LG Group, became the first Korean company to collect an international award for its global data center, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
If there's one thing I hate, it's unsettled science. For instance: the effect of temperature on disk drives. Shorten their life or not? Most studies say no - including a new one - but Microsoft researchers disagree. Can’t we all just get along?