Articles about Australia
Transport for New South Wales has confirmed that in just six months, NSW Police has made 166 requests for data on the Opal travel card.
The Australian government has proposed a massive overhaul of spectrum legislation, with an eye to allow telcos to share and trade spectrum amongst themselves.
The law firm representing Dallas Buyers Club LLC has indicated it could be two months before some 4,700 Australians begin receiving letters over allegedly illicitly downloading the film of the same name.
With the implementation of Salesforce's updated Community Cloud, eWay has improved its customer service levels by cutting customer service response time from 65 minutes to 16 minutes.
Voltage pictures has indicated that its court battle with iiNet and other ISPs over 4,726 alleged downloaders of Dallas Buyers Club is just the start.
Over the next five years, ASG Group will help the Department of Communications move from its traditional IT delivery model and onto its government cloud platform.
Bitcoin company Digital CC is all cashed up to accelerate the roll out and commercialisation of its AirPocket product in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Christchurch-based Jade is winning port customers for its Master Terminal software and piloting a new wealth management application.
Uber said it is considering legal action against a decision which would force its drivers to pay GST on their first dollar earned from August.
Telstra was only informed about a breach of Pacnet's corporate IT systems shortly after finalising a takeover of the Asia-based telecommunications company.
Australian Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen has said that despite the hype, the government has not made sourcing crowdfunding in Australia any easier.
Vodafone has recorded its first growth in revenue since its infamous mobile network failures in 2010.
The company chasing some 4,700 Australians for infringing on the copyright of Dallas Buyers Club is facing its own lawsuit for copyright infringement over an adaption of Godzilla.
The Australian Taxation Office has classified Uber as "taxi travel" and expects drivers to sign up for an ABN and start paying GST by August 1.
Canberra Datacentre (CDC) plans to open another datacentre by the end of the year, after recently opening its 18 MW datacentre at its second campus.
Honeywell's plans to improve user experience is reflective in the interface of its newly announced Command and Control Suite, aimed to provide personnel holistic views of a building's video feeds, access control, and fire alarms.
There are a lot of players in the mandatory data-retention debate. We look at who is for the legislation, and who is opposing it.
Telstra has opened its Customer Insights Centre (CIC) in Sydney for enterprise and business clients, with the high-tech 3,600 square metre facility boasting a 300-person auditorium, a workshop, collaboration spaces, partner pop-up installations, a restaurant, and a broadcast studio.
Operating and maintaining the sensitive IT equipment in Australia's tropical far north can be a challenging undertaking, but NEC Australia has worked out a way to keep things running for some of Australia's most remote communities.
Not-for-profit organisation OLPC Australia's new program, One Education, has now distributed 20,000 computing devices to schools throughout Australia, with a celebration held last week at a school where every student and teacher has a device.
At the launch of NextDC's S1 Tier III Sydney datacentre last night, CEO Craig Scroggie confirmed uptake was already at 27 percent.
The creative software vendor shifted its operations from Chatswood to the Sydney CBD.
This instalment of the App Wrap covers Mailbox, Horizon Calendar, Carbon for Twitter, Foursquare for Business, Documents On The Go Pro, Basecamp, Queensland Tide Times, and O'Week at Uni of Adelaide.
The datacentre provider showed off the new facility with NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell attending the launch ceremony.
This week, the App Wrap looks at Dolphin Browser, CommBank Kaching, CommBank Property Guide, yourMyki, Armadale Shopping City Shopper Guide, iBulkBill, and Australian Open.
ZDNet goes behind to scenes to learn more about the tech that is used to support the Australian Open.
This week we look at the following newcomers from Apple and Google's app stores: Arrivo Sydney, Facebook Pages Manager, Fitocracy, PlayTube, PresentEasy, Python 3.4 for iOS, Share The Fare, and TrackMySpend.
This week's new apps include: Find a Lawyer, First Aid, Here Maps, Vic Hunting, Francis Bacon, Optus TV with Fetch, Quit for Two, and Great Koala Count.
Pictures from the SY3-II launch in Alexandria on November 15.
Emergency Aus, Express Plus, GoToMyPC, LivingSocial, Policelink, QR-WiFi Plugin, Splashtop 2, and ThrowMeApp.
If you think the government cannot and does not want to get its hands all over your personal data, then think again.
Appointing critics of Labor's National Broadband Network (NBN) project to the cost-benefit analysis review will result in the upcoming report stating the Coalition government's policy was correct, according to Shadow Communications Minister Jason Clare.
Greens communications spokesperson Scott Ludlam believes making Foxtel-exclusive content available on other platforms is the best method to reduce copyright infringement in Australia.
Hear how Australian businesses are putting the public cloud to work.
Regions looking to emulate Silicon Valley should avoid going head-to-head with it, says Robert Scoble, Rackspace startup liaison officer.
ZDNet spoke with the printers, software, and managed services company's managing director Nick Kugenthiran about his past as a sailor and how that has helped him succeed in the IT industry.
CIOs from advertising agency STW Communications and professional services body the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) have given their views on IT priorities in their businesses.
According to the latest results of ZDNet's annual IT Priorities research, IT departments within businesses are placing greater emphasis on optimising processes for customers.
Nigerian scam victim Jill explains how she was conned out of $300,000 over a four year period.
In a sit-down interview with ZDNet, Australian Shadow Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull promised that under a Coalition government, NBN Co will be more transparent and more business-like than it is today.