Former Microsoft Office President Kurt DelBene is rejoining MIcrosoft in a new role, heading up Corporate Strategy and Planning.
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Three human rights and privacy groups suing the British government against mass surveillance will have their case heard by the European Court of Human Rights.
The Bank of Queensland has reported that digital improvements made to its back office systems during the first half of the 2015 financial year helped its statutory profit after tax reach AU$154 million.
The region, first known as a computer virus factory, has since became one of the most advanced security hubs in the world, housing companies like Kaspersky, Bitdefender, and ESET. This is how it happened.
BETT2015 covered the whole range of educational technologies from toys for toddlers to enterprise-class laptops, with a good smattering of tablets and Windows 8.1 convertibles.
Following the hire, rumors abound of a potential Cambridge, UK office for the iPad and iPhone maker.
ANZ Bank has posted a 15 percent jump in statutory profit after tax, which has been partially lifted by the company's strategy to adopt an enterprise-wide approach to operations and technology.
Europe's incoming digital commissioner is threatening Google again, this time with a copyright levy if it takes European content for its own.
Microsoft's desire to turn subscription revenue may enable enterprises to garner leverage for other products they use when negotiation time comes around.
After years of PC shipments declining, Gartner reports the market is picking up in the US and Europe.
European regulators are scrutinising a deal between Luxembourg and Amazon which may be illegal, according to reports.
Deals with the Irish government gave the iPhone maker an unfair advantage, according to the European Commission.
European regulators are looking into Apple's Irish tax deals that it believes broke the law.
NFC payments are in common use across the UK, Europe and much of the rest of the world, to speed up small value transactions. Why slow things down with a biometric signature?
While Apple hasn't officially given Apple Pay the nod for anywhere outside the US, the signs are good that Europe, and the UK in particular, could be next on the list.
Amazon's first smartphone is heading to Europe, with a UK launch with O2 and a German release with Deutsche Telekom.
After a few years of slow or negative growth, the European IT economy is slowly recovering and the UK is leading the way.
The Australian Taxation Office is ramping up its data mining and analytics capabilities for a real-time focus on tax cheats.
Amazon, Microsoft and others could be drawn into Europe's investigation in to potential violations of state aid laws.
Tax rulings relating to three companies in Europe are to be examined by European authorities. If Apple's tax in Ireland is found to breach tax rules, "recovery" could be on the cards.
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