Do the data records stolen in a pair of recent hacks signal the start of something more sinister?
Uber has proposed the Federal Court determine whether UberX drivers fall under the same definition as taxi drivers, and if they would be required to pay the Good and Services Tax.
Business sentiment for September in South Korea is as low as it was in August, and according to analysts, that gloom will carry into third quarter revenue figures for South Korean tech firms.
Over the next five years ANZ will be deploying IBM's content management, data, analytics, and cloud software to support its ongoing core banking and infrastructure needs.
In an exclusive interview, Dell vice president Jeff Clarke explains the private company's solution-based approach to the enterprise market - Transform, Connect, Inform, Protect - and its renewed focus on selling PCs to consumers and small office/home office users.
Apple has signed up another enterprise giant without skin in the mobile platform and device game. Cisco, along with IBM, can give Apple a big enterprise boost.
Microsoft's 'Project Sonar' service, which analyzes millions of potential exploit and malware samples in virtual machines, may be available to users outside the company in the not-too-distant future.
Peloton specializes in platooned trucking systems that use a bevy of sensors to allow trucks to pair up and draft off each other to save fuel.
We take a look back at some of Microsoft's predictions for the future and how many of these technologies are in our daily lives today. We start 25 years ago with Bill Gates' plans for the "Connected Office" and the "Information Highway" -- before the Internet was widely accessed.
AT&T sent along a new Microsoft Surface 3 with integrated LTE service just in time for a business trip. Integrated wireless service is convenient, especially when the power goes out.