Negotiations loom between network operator Chorus and New Zealand government company Crown Fibre Holdings over the future of a stranded fibre connection fund.
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Make sure your company has the right information in Apple Maps: Use the new "claim a business" function on an iPad or iPhone.
PayPal Australia has appointed Libby Roy as vice president and management director, after Jeff Clementz announced that he would be returning to the US to take up another role with the company.
A former Amazon Marketplace seller has been charged with conspiring with other sellers to fix prices through Amazon.
Got last year's Samsung Galaxy S5, Nexus 5, or Sony's Xperia Z3? Hand it over to Apple and the company will give you up to £144 towards the purchase of a new iPhone.
Windows is the number one desktop operating system by a wide margin, but you might be surprised at number two and three.
A 44-year-old man has been charged with seven counts of corruptly receiving payments from a US-based IT company totalling almost AU$1.9 million.
By the United States' government's count, Chrome is the most popular web browser followed by Internet Explorer and then Safari. Yes, Safari, not Firefox.
PayPal allegedly failed to adequately screen its transactions, which included black market trading, violating sanctions by the US government.
The two flagship devices are more alike than ever, so what do the differences and similarities tell us about the future of smartphones?
Even if a crucial and controversial legal authority expires later this year, the US government will still be able to collect billions of domestic call records on Americans.
Sonny Hashmi leaves the General Services Administration to join the cloud storage company as its new managing director for government.
Canada is underperforming in tech VC funding relative to the US. Can the government help it to bulk up a little where it counts?
US company operations are increasingly being disrupted due to the battle between the Chinese government's censorship plans and free speech activists.
SAP says its government customers around the world can do with its software as they see fit, but that the company doesn't place backdoors in any of its products.
US-based financial software company Intuit has launched its PayByCoin service in Australia, offering small businesses the facility to accept bitcoin payments from their customers.
The Apple Watch is all over the news this week, and the company expects to sell millions of them. If this happens, Apple will likely see iPhone 6 sales go through the roof as a result.
Despite reports to the contrary, Silent Circle's general counsel said the company has not received a single government demand "of any type" for user or business data.
Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone have all confirmed they use SIMs produced by Dutch SIM card maker Gemalto, the company that the latest leaks from Edward Snowden claim was hacked by US and British spies.
Outgoing Telstra CEO David Thodey has said the biggest challenge in his six years at the helm of Australia's largest telecommunications company was improving the relationship between Telstra and the government before signing the NBN deal.
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