Articles about Australia
The consumer watchdog is launching a review and is inviting interested parties to submit comments about Expedia's potential acquisition of Australia's Wotif.com, a deal worth AU$700 million.
The first commercial services for 4G in the 700MHz spectrum band are expected to be launched this week by both Optus and Telstra in Darwin, Perth, Fremantle, Mt Isa, Mildura, Griffith, and Esperance, following commercial licence grants by the ACMA.
Hyundai has worked with BEarena to implement a virtual computing platform from Nutanix to provide its mobile staff application access while they work offsite.
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.
Every entrepreneur is a digital entrepreneur, with new and emerging technology set to enable innovative businesses to create up to 10 million new jobs for young people among the world’s G20 countries, according to a new report by Accenture.
Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Director-General David Irvine has said critics of the controversial data retention proposals fail to understand the safeguards in place.
Three Google Project Loon helium balloons were spotted off the NSW coast late last week, after drifting across the Tasman Sea from New Zealand.
Despite industry outcry following the Australian federal government’s budget cuts this year to programs backing the startup sector, government support is "basically irrelevant" to technology startups, according to Freelancer.com chief executive, Matt Barrie.
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.
Australia has increased its innovation status globally, climbing two places in this year’s Global Innovation Index, coming to rest at number 17 in the world, just above New Zealand, which came at 18.
Technology that will make it easier to have wireless devices and high-speed streaming between smartphones and TVs was developed using research from the NICTA lab that had 30 jobs axed due to funding cuts from the Victorian government in the last budget.
Shared electronic resources, social media, and video conferencing are a handful of tools that businesses in Australia are using to drive internal collaboration, according to the Collaborative Economy report.
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.
Since adopting flash technology from Fusion-io, Future Ticketing is now able sell Big Day Out tickets without crashing the website, or it could, if the festival still existed.