The rumors were right. Samsung is readying its latest devices ahead of rival launches.
Students, parents, teachers, schools, and the government are all responsible for driving the uptake of STEM skills in Australia, according to Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Industry and Science Karen Andrews.
If your smartphone or tablet vendor doesn't fix the Stagefright security hole, this text-message based malware can be really scary. But you can protect yourself from it with a few simple steps.
Following in the footsteps of Nokia, Microsoft has an app launcher for Android. Called Arrow, the software is available through a private, invite-only basis for now.
The San Francisco-based company affirmed to ZDNet exclusively that it has tapped Siobhan McFeeney to lead Pivotal's transformation practice team.
Google already knows more about your online activities than you might like. Now Google has filed a patent to search and add your personal real-world experiences to its data store.
Blackbaud and Gigya are two very different companies united by their victory as Watchlist winners. There are reasons they've won - impact in their markets. Blackbaud, dominant in its space; Gigya, creating a new one. Check them out.
Two more Australian telcos have protested the government's involvement in an independent pricing review, stating a price slash would not impact customer migration to the NBN and Telstra's costs have been misconstrued.
A Deloitte report has acknowledged the work of the federal government's Digital Transformation Office will provide the government and citizens with huge cost savings over the next 10 years.