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The FAA gives AIG approval to use unmanned aerial vehicles to examine disaster sites, assess risk and get claims rolling.
The reviews for the Apple Watch highlight opportunities and challenges for the smartwatch category. One thing is clear: The category and Apple are going to need a killer app.
Businesses are running short on senior tech talent: how do they find or create the next generation of tech chiefs, and what do they look like?
PayPal Australia has appointed Libby Roy as vice president and management director, after Jeff Clementz announced that he would be returning to the US to take up another role with the company.
If Uber for Business were its own city, it would be the ride-hailing service's third fastest growing market, according to Uber itself.
According to a new IDC report, the world's largest companies spent $895 billion on technology in 2014, with discount retail giant Walmart taking the spending crown.
The data integration and management software provider will pursue its growth plans as a private company owned by Permira and Canada's pension plan.
IT budgets are expected to increase by only 1% in 2015, during an era of unprecedented digital trasition and disruption. Is IT being given the resources to win? If it is, can it deliver?
In an interview, Jive CEO Elisa Steele outlines her plan to expand into the midmarket and convince more enterprises that collaboration is more than a feature.
While ensuring the physical safety of its clients has garnered possibly the most attention, patching up data security has also been pushed to the top of Uber's agenda.
While CIOs are struggling with pressures from all sides the need to constantly replace and upgrade infrastructure isnt' helping.
Can small, industry-focused tech suppliers offer benefits that the big players can't deliver?
US declares cybercrime a 'national emergency', threatens sanctions against hackers, online espionage
Sanctions will hit cyber criminals where it hurts - in the pocket, says the White House.
Marketo is linking its platform with Google AdWords and Google Analytics in an effort to make marketing campaigns more measurable.
Ford CEO Mark Fields talks about the automaker's aim to be a mobility company, valuing data, robotic cars and what a large company can learn from Tesla's success.
Sharing exhibition floor space with large companies at this year's ICT tradeshow, Asian tech startups say they hope to take opportunity to build brand and product awareness, forge business contacts, and gather user feedback.
Companies such as VeriMatrix and ST Electronics showcase tools that protect video content, data, phone calls and text messages at this year's ICT tradeshow.
Companies from Beijing's tech hub Zhongguancun, and others, make use of tradeshow to show off their latest brainwaves.
IBM's Sequoia supercomputer retakes the crown for the fastest supercomputer in the world.
ZDNet Asia takes a look behind the scenes of one of Asia's top ICT tradeshows ahead of its opening tomorrow.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has opened its new $200 million datacentre out at Eastern Creek, Sydney, and provided ZDNet with a tour of the new facility.
Business-technology exhibition CeBIT 2012 kicked off today, bringing together a who's who of technology players. Many exhibitors appeared to be playing it safe, with booth babes absent from view. Instead, a few took BYO to heart, and brought their own trucks, caravans and bikes.
Google says that it has revamped its search with more information as a first step in the next generation of search.
Free online file storage services look similar at first glance, but a closer look reveals some big differences. Here's what to look for if you're checking out the three leaders: Dropbox, Microsoft SkyDrive, and Google Drive.
A close-up look at one of the most anticipated computers of 2012, the $40 Raspberry Pi.
Google Drive is much, much, more than just another storage option. Let's look it over shall we?
With this combination of apps in your toolkit, you should be able to tackle just about any software crisis you encounter in the field.
How can the social networking site Twitter be used to further your job search?
Jack Tramiel was the king of the computer industry in the 1980s when the market for home computers first took off.
The NSW State Emergency Service (SES) is powered not only by dedicated volunteers, but also by a huge array of IT gadgetry. ZDNet Australia went behind the scenes with the SES to see how it uses IT to race against the clock to save lives.
The products, the leaders, the rivals, the roadmaps: ZDNet's 'Hot Topics' webcast delivers valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities facing these three technology giants. Join host Jonas Tichenor, ZDNet Editor Andrew Nusca, as well as CNET's Dan Farber and Josh Lowensohn for an in-depth look at who may be standing out among the big three.
IT professionals are under pressure to do more with less and many are now turning to the cloud as an efficient way to meet the demands of a changing workforce. This video and The Top Ten Tech Series is sponsored by Microsoft Office 365.
Organizations are going social, but not how you might think. Find out how your business can utilize the next gen tools to make collaboration more effective and save your organization money.
At Ignition West in San Francisco, Broadcom CEO Scott McGregor talks about a new chip that will help users track a smartphone user's location anywhere indoors to within 20-30 feet of where they're standing.
At a Cloudforce in San Francisco, Salesforce.com COO George Hu demos the company's new social based HR performance management tool. Rypple uses social tools to set goals and objectives and recognize workers with badges and gaming concepts. It will cost businesses $5 per month per user.
IT chiefs of Courts and YCH Group, at ZDNet Asia IT Priorities panel discussion, provide insights on their IT investments.
At a Churchill Club event in San Jose, Calif., former PARC engineer Larry Tesler talks about Steve Jobs' trips to Xerox's PARC, including the one where Jobs eyed the company's graphical user interface prototype, which ended up making it into the Mac OS. Tesler decided to leave Xerox soon after and started working at Apple.
Speaking Tuesday at a Churchill Club event in Palo Alto, Calif., the country's Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel discusses innovation in the federal IT landscape. He says cybersecurity concerns should not be used as an excuse not to innovate.
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