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Remote communities in Australia's Northern Territory are set to get better telecommunications coverage, with the territory's 2015-16 Budget devoting AU$9 million over three years to improve mobile and broadband services in partnership with Telstra.
The University of Queensland has inked a multimillion-dollar deal for the development of a supercomputer designed to handle the big data behind complex research projects.
Simply named as the Accenture Oracle Business Group, the two tech companies are taking an industry-specific approach with an initial focus on public, financial and hospitality services verticals.
Still described as an "experiment" at this point in time, the hub is a bit of a spin on the countless cloud-based app stores popping up.
The all-cash deal forges an alliance between two giants in the IT consulting space, with combined 2015 revenue estimated at $13.5 billion.
The new BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) release goes all-in on mobile device management. But does it have what it takes to succeed in a crowded MDM market?
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NICE, SAS and Verint have one thing in common: Customer engagement analytics and optimization solutions. Beyond that, they are all different. See why and what they have to be do to be different and even more successful.
Australian online freelancing marketplace Freelancer is moving to corner the online payments market, striking a deal to acquire online escrow service provider Escrow.com for $7.5 million.
The ERP provider also announced a mega deal with HP to provide the tech giant with its cloud-based business management platform OneWorld.
Australian-founded enterprise software development and collaboration platform provider Atlassian has acquired French video conferencing player Blue Jimp.
Satya Nadella and Tim Cook may not be as well known as Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin and Pope Francis but they appear alongside them in the latest Time magazine list. However, the tech industry choices are not always the ones you might expect
The search company reported a net income of $21 million -- down from $312 million during the same quarter last year.
Women account for less than 11 percent of info security jobs, and still more than half of them are expected to leave IT altogether because of hostile work environments, according to analyst findings.
Focusing on ROI exclusively works against you, not for you. Are you giving customers the experience they want, or the experience you think they want? In the short term, your approach can cost you customer engagement. In the long term, it can erode your customer base.
The online artisanal juggernaut is taking all the suits on Wall Street by storm.
From transport to caregiving, on-demand services are proliferating in population-dense, tech-savvy Singapore.
UPDATED. Many tech firms buy into the old tradition on April 1 -- and between MS-DOS and Pac-Man, you are unlikely to be disappointed.
Anyone who works with keyboards and mice is a candidate for repetitive stress injuries or carpal tunnel syndrome. Here are six practical, inexpensive techniques to keep your wrist pain in check.
It is not only the big companies that produce great tech that is worthy of note at CES 2015. Have a look at these cool products that should be at the show this year.
A look back at the hot topics, major deals, and the technological breakthroughs of 2014 -- from security to product launches, and the year's successes and catastrophes.
Hardware. Software. Services. We live in amazing times, and the technologies we use every day would have been considered magical just a few short years ago. Here are 10 small pieces of magic that made my life easier this year.
Buried in between the lines of the major stories are tidbits you may have missed - often stories that are significant in their own right. Here's the rundown in 50 words or less.
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.
What do Google's Notebook, Apple's Ping and Microsoft's Zune have in common? Failure to launch, closure, and poor sales -- and they are all part of the worst tech flops and service fails.
Money to burn this year? Check out these high-end, luxury gifts for your dad this Father's day.
Stuck for gift ideas for your gadget-obsessed dad? Read on.
Satya Nadella has hogged the limelight for being chosen as Microsoft's new CEO, but there are a few other Indian-origin heads of companies out there who also deserve a mention for their remarkable success
As enterprise technology often struggles to keep up with the consumer world, here are the high impact products breaking into the mainstream with excellent chance to help companies keep up and get ahead.
Behind on the news and hungry for more? Here's what we learned this week — like how you can hack an entire company from their thermostat, and what Apple needs to compete?
Behind on the news and hungry for more? Here's what we learned this week — including who was behind Obama's latest selfie, and which automotive giant's cars can be hacked?
Behind on the news and hungry for more? Here's what we learned this week — including the 'easter eggs' in early Microsoft code, and how the U.S. will treat Bitcoin.
All-in-one IT environments offer benefits in terms of simplified management, but companies must map their own requirements and decide whether this model makes more sense than best-of-breed systems.
If you're using your personal mobile device for work, and there's a good chance you are, you could be putting your device and your organizations data at risk. The trend of BYOD is way past the experimental stage, so how is corporate IT staying ahead of the curve and still allowing anytime, anywhere access. Join host Jonas Tichenor, ZDNet Editor Andrew Nusca, MokaFive COO Purnima Padmanabham, and CBS Interactive's Sr. Director of IT Infrastructure Steve Comstock for a lively debate on the consumerization of IT and how it can effect your business.
The Toshiba Qosmio G30 is the most feature-rich home entertainment notebook we've seen to date, bar none.
The W2V proves that you don't need Media Center to enjoy a good multimedia notebook experience. It's a pity, then, that the battery isn't a bit meatier.
Asus's new W3V notebook aims to be a gaming and multimedia powerhouse with looks to match.
Sony's latest flagship VAIO notebook, the A39GP, will appeal to avid gamers and multimedia enthusiasts with deep pockets.
HP's Media Center PC is a great entertainment PC for displaying photos, watching movies and playing games at home.
Very impressive technology, with a strange double role, and a price tag that matches its massive size.
The P6250 is an all-in-one home photo printer that includes a scanner and some intuitive consumer-friendly touches such as animated tutorials on its 2.5-inch colour LCD.
NETGEAR WGT634U Wireless Media Router
Microsoft's Technical Beta release of Windows Media Player 10 features a redesigned interface that provides easy access to online media stores. It also syncs better with portable devices.
Epson's TW10H projector tempts us to stay indoors all winter and experience widescreen theatre from the comfort of the living room. Read our Australian review.
InFocus' ScreenPlay 4800 is an affordable home entertainment projector with a high contrast ratio to produce good quality images.At a respectable 24.
This portable photo printer produces quality output, but we wish it ran on batteries. It could stand to be a lot faster, too.
The CP-330 doesn't have any whiz-bang features, but its compact design and quality output make it a reasonable choice among portable photo printers.The Canon CP-330 dye-sub photo printer is pretty, portable, and PictBridge compatible.
Intuitive menus, handy buttons for common tasks, and the ability to also shoot video make this a camera that you can't really go wrong with. Read our Australian review.
We sit down with Sony's latest LCD TV in our Australian first look.Sony's latest line of LCD televisions is spearheaded with the KLVL32MRX1, a 32" widescreen model with innate recording technologies and Sony's own WEGA TV engine for supposedly sharp picture quality.