Google and Walmart team up on voice shopping to take on Amazon.
Google and Walmart team up on voice shopping to take on Amazon.
Salesforce delivered a strong second quarter, a run rate topping $10 billion and big plans to double sales again. Here's a look at the moving parts.
The aim with the AR experiment is to create an immersive dual-screen experience that brings shoppers closer to the network and the brands that sell within it.
DuluxGroup turned to SAP Ariba to implement a cloud-based automated process for managing the company's suppliers and staying on top of its spending.
The publicly-listed company dumped over AU$100 million of IT infrastructure and replaced it with an off-the-shelf solution for a fraction of the cost.
Spark is aiming to move the majority of its broadband customers away from copper-based services by 2020, over to higher-speed and more reliable wireless and fibre broadband options.
Saxo Bank's Cassina hasn't been into a bank branch since 1998. Even then, it was an exception - he was moving to the UK and needed to sort out some paperwork.
UPS is moving some of its driver training from touchscreens to virtual reality headsets.
Target said the move to buy Grand Junction will help it build out its delivery network and bolster supply chain.
Amazon just announced that Hulu is using AWS infrastructure to power key services and applications.
ANZ is looking to partner with an 'innovative' technology provider to bring additional insights and experience to support the bank's implementation of 'agile' ways of working.
Optus will continue providing managed IT services for the Australian Department of Agriculture under a AU$13.6 million three-year contract extension aimed at enabling the department's digital transformation.
The CIO of Royal Caribbean explains how artificial intelligence (AI) and new technologies are a crucial part of the cruise line's effort to rethink customer experience. Read this fascinating story for keen insights into digital transformation.
The co-CEO of Switzerland-based Veeam Software has told organisations if they're not paranoid their business is going to be disrupted, they will soon find themselves in trouble.
Two large retailers talk digital and omnichannel while Blue Apron tries to overcome the perception that Amazon is going to squash it.
We've gotten our first private-business-CEO-slash-president in the White House. But others might make interesting candidates. Such as? Hey, glad you asked ...
From Wall Street to The Big Short, these are the highest-rated white-collar crime movies ever.
Thanks to Google Street View, we now have a snapshot of life aboard the ISS.
Norway's newest white-space data center has opened in a former mine. Lefdal Mine Datacenter could become the world's largest once of three of its five levels are filled.
Coke 2, Bic's 'she-pen', and Nokia's 'taco phone' N-gage probably shouldn't have been released, but they shouldn't be forgotten either.
HBO's Silicon Valley paints a very funny picture of the technology industry. How accurate a picture is it, though?
FC Barcelona is focusing on data analysis to give it an edge on the soccer field and at the bank.
In this series, we look at everything, large and small, that has changed the way we do things or has significantly enhanced our lives. In part 14, we look at inventions that have furthered human advancement throughout time.
In this series, we look at everything, large and small, that has changed the way we do things or has significantly enhanced our lives. In part 13, we look at software innovation.
We've selected a dozen unique, affordable, and geeky gifts Dad is sure to love.
I have been blown away by the tech in Japan during my recent trip there. Here are some of the impressive tech I saw during my stay.
If you want to take a walk round the shop of the future, a good place to start is a supermarket located in the Bicocca district of Milan, Italy. There, thanks to a blend of gaming technologies, IoT and cloud computing, you can seamlessly interact with the products that interest you and make better buying choices.
Whether it's an R2D2 egg cup, Darth Vader's melting mask, or storm trooper snow flake ornaments, if you can think of it, you can 3D print it.
Not all graphs are created similar. Here are the main differences between RDF and LPG.
Smart gloves, glasses, transporters -- even shoes that'll up your game
A quantum-circuit refrigerator is bringing real-world quantum computing a step closer.
Trials have shown tiny robotic drug deliveries could one day improve the performance of antibiotics.
Bionik Laboratories aims to help the injured walk again.
Bitcoin Cash has thrown a wrench into the cryptocurrency world, so here's what you should know about it.
Silk transformed through nanomaterials could have applications in everything from the home to the military.
By exploiting the new enterprise edition of Google Glass and AR software from Upskill, GE Aviation shows how AR is changing the factory floor.
Google's Waymo patents soft self-driving cars to keep you safe
Tarah Lourens on how to forge strong teams.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and new technologies are a crucial part of the cruise line's effort to rethink customer experience.
Carbonix said its fixed-wing drone can undertake search and rescue missions in military and defence applications.
The Snoppa M1 is a three-axis stabiliser for smartphones that uses drone-style technology to deliver professional-looking steadycam video recordings. That's the theory: how did our initial hands-on testing go?
Buy an external Thunderbolt 3 expansion box and a powerful graphics card to put in it, and you can give your Mac's (or PC's) GPU performance a serious boost.
With its PageWide technology this inkjet-powered MFP is blindingly quick, cheaper to run than a laser, and more reliable.
The Moto Z2 Force Edition is a competitive Android smartphone that offers a stock Android experience with useful Moto enhancements. There are better phones out there though if you don't ever plan to use a Moto Mod.
Back in 2013, many wished Nokia had gone with Android to survive without the Microsoft takeover. Nokia-branded smartphones are back and the Nokia 6 gives us a glimpse of the greatness to come from HMD Global.
A Samsung-derived engine turns this A3 LaserJet into a fast and very capable multifunction printer/copier with lots of new security features to keep would-be printer-hackers at bay.
Most consumer level 360 cameras are ready for light duty conditions, but the Garmin VIRB 360 takes it to the next level with a 10 meter waterproof rating and rugged design for action in harsh environments.
If you spend your time working outside or in conditions where you might wrap your phone in a big, bulky rugged case, then you may want to consider the affordable LG X Venture. It is built tough and provides solid performance with the software being the only let down.
First Look: Don't call it Surface Pro 5. The latest iteration of the Surface Pro loses the model number, keeps the kickstand, and adds mostly subtle refinements.
Is the Surface Laptop a vehicle for a new era of Windows 10 S, or a good laptop that has an operating system installed that no one wants?
The Huawei MateBook X is a stylish, elegant laptop that is designed and built to go anywhere. It will survive spills, unlock quickly with your thumb, blow you away with audio, and let you work on a large display without distractions.
This high-resolution wireless mouse could prove a real time-saver for anyone who uses more than one computer at work.
Kobo's latest e-reader offers waterproofing and automatic blue-light exposure control, but misses a trick by omitting public library lending support.
HTC set the standard in mobile for many years and with the HTC U11 everything I've wanted in an HTC phone is provided. The camera finally lives up to the hype and the price is tough to beat.
Samsung's latest Windows 10 offering is naturally compared to the Microsoft Surface Pro. One major difference is that the Galaxy Book comes with a keyboard in the box. It also has a longer battery life than the Surface Pro 4.