Nokia's smart cities framework is focused on the collection, sharing, and usage of data to personalise cities with a top-down approach led by the federal government and implemented by the states and territories.
Survey of 1,000 enterprises finds most are comfortable with cloud computing, but need to get a better grip on wasted spending, now seen at one-third of implementations.
Microsoft may be dropping its planned HoloLens version 2 augmented-reality glasses and instead focusing on delivering version 3 in 2019, according to a new report.
Dr Ben Robins from the University of Hertfordshire shows off his creation.
That crashed computer might not be Microsoft's fault at all, but rather the result of a tiny particle from outer space striking a transistor.
The company is clearly betting that the health care food chain will start acting more like businesses and use CRM tools to treat patients like customers.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates thinks governments should impose something akin to an income tax on each robot that replaces a human.
Superloop's submarine cable connecting Chai Wan with Hong Kong's datacentre hub TKO has been installed, with end-to-end testing and provisioning to follow ahead of service availability next month.
Macquarie Telecom has completed the expansion of its 'intellicentre' bunker in Canberra, enabling federal government agencies to fulfil their cloud first policy.
Chorus has reported a net profit of NZ$66 million on revenue of NZ$529 million in spite of losing fixed-line and broadband customers as local fibre and wireless companies increase their market share across New Zealand.