Telstra has said that setting up a centralised system within the company to store data it is forced to retain for the Australian government will create a lucrative target for hackers.
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Taxi service Uber is quickly being embroiled in legal limbo in South Korea as the state and city government have both filed criminal suits against the company for breaking local laws.
The New Caledonian incumbent telecommunications company is working with the government to upgrade 65,000 premises on the island to fibre to the premises, because 16Mbps is not enough for the population.
Company tax should be paid where profits are earned, businesses and unions have told the Australian government ahead of the G20 leaders summit.
In its latest SEC filing, the iPhone and iPad saw massive growth across the board, with the exception of one. One that actually helped get the company where it is today.
Telstra has said that the iPhone 6 launch this month performed better than that of the iPhone 5, but the company lacks sufficient supply of the devices from Apple.
Days after the iPhone 6 launched in mainland China, Apple wants to assure the Chinese government that the new device is safe and has no backdoors.
Deals with the Irish government gave the iPhone maker an unfair advantage, according to the European Commission.
After Apple sold four million of its latest iPhone models in pre-orders in the first day, the company blasted expectations with new numbers on Monday.
Apple is typically a company that puts an enormous amount of meticulous thought into the aesthetics of its products, which makes this iPhone 6 design blunder even harder to understand.
Ahead of the iPhone 6 unveiling, Apple executives on Tuesday included updates on company financial figures, sales and shipments, and other numerical nuggets.
Apple is set to unveil the next iPhone, and rumors are afloat that it will have NFC. If that holds true, here’s how the company can make it a big deal.
As the unveiling of Apple's new iPhone approaches, the nay-sayers are out in force stating that the company will somehow coerce buyers to upgrade. That ignores one pertinent fact.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella plans to visit China at a time when the company is under investigation by the Chinese government over alleged antitrust behavior.
Car-hailing company Uber appears unfazed by a Queensland government crackdown, announcing that it has expanded to the Gold Coast.
USIS, which performs background checks for the Department of Homeland Security, revealed that it was hacked earlier this month. The same company vetted Edward Snowden for the government.
iiNet has announced it will build what it claims is the largest free WiFi network in Australia, with the company joining forces with the ACT government to blanket 12 Canberra business districts with over 700 Cisco wireless access points.
In what is probably a first for Apple, the company opened up some information...but only about how US agencies request information. A House committee voted against collecting telephone metadata. All that and what's going on in government tech 'round the world.
Apple's Q2 2014 earnings are out, and the data provided gives us an insight into how well the company performed over the last quarter relative to historical data. iPhone sales are strong, but iPad sales show a worrying fall.
Three of the old guard of NBN Co executives will leave the company over the next few months as new CEO Bill Morrow starts to overhaul the government-owned company.
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