You'd think that getting people to switch from Android to the iPhone would be good for Apple. Problem is, the majority of Android users are cheapskates when it comes to smartphone spending.
Despite being legally bound to implement a warrantless data-retention scheme, the Australian Attorney-General's Department has maintained there is a 'spirit of cooperation' with industry.
Uber has appointed former ACCC chairman Allan Fels to its Public Policy Advisory Board, formed to guide the startup through global transportation and policy issues.
Rather than chiding the ATO for not being able to deal with taxpayers looking to use its systems at busy times, a House Committee has suggested that users stagger themselves.
The National Australia Bank has indicated that it made progress in executing its technology transformation program during the first half of the 2016 financial year.
A recent ruling by a Chinese court has granted the "IPHONE" trademark to a local firm which sells leather goods such as handbags and mobile phone cases.
Microsoft has retroactively removed the ability of companies to turn off access to the Windows Store in its Windows 10 Pro version.
Under an agreement with the UK's National Health Service, DeepMind has access to health care data on more than a million patients from three London hospitals.