If Microsoft, Google, Facebook and other tech leaders want the NSA's surveillance practices reformed they need to start talking about the potential financial hit a lot more.
Smartphones 7,163 articles
Xiaomi looks set to bring its sell-out devices to south-east Asia, with a launch in the region imminent.
Government US 3,765 articles
The Reform Government Surveillance group, an alliance between eight major technology firms, aims to persuade the U.S. government to stop undermining the privacy rights of the general public.
Linux 5,356 articles
Two Linux distributions (Xfce and KDE), based on Debian Testing, with LMDE extras.
Android 3,190 articles
Android screencasting look to be in the works, but it's a feature that Google is planning to keep to itself for now.
Apple 15,313 articles
In his personal blog, Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt writes up an exacting step-by-step method to switch from an iPhone to Android. He writes that one of the latest Android phones would make "a great Christmas present to an iPhone user!" Am I the only one to wonder how strange this post is?
E-Commerce 3,312 articles
Australia Post has struck out again, now losing its appeal against Digital Post Australia for trademark infringement.
Start-Ups 2,914 articles
Blume ventures, an angel and seed fund venture from Mumbai focuses on the large need for institutional pre-series A capital in India and helps growth for early stage startups.
NBN 2,669 articles
Limitations on the products available over a fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) NBN could reduce CVC revenues so much that the government would be forced to keep prices for FTTP high to compensate, a confidential NBN Co report has warned.
Security 30,948 articles
In a bid to address women's safety, the government planning for a panic button on all public transport which will be GPS-supported, and a mobile app with a similar feature.
Apps 14,465 articles
The Australian consumer watchdog is advocating use of the UK guidelines for regulating in-app purchases on children's 'freemium' game apps.