Catch up on all the latest breaking news from the CeBIT Australia show floor in Sydney.
| May 20, 2008 -- 06:55 GMT (23:55 PDT)
| Topic: CEBIT
Tech Family Tree: The iPhone
Swisscom snaps up Entris Operations in banking push
NASA hacker Gary McKinnon will not face prosecution in the UK
Datacentres of the world: A photo tour
The digital transformation conversation shifts to how
The computers that will help scientists step closer to the Big Bang
IBM has shown off some of the novel computer systems that could help the world's largest radio telescope to peer 13 billion years back in time.
Snowden: IT workers are now the target of spies
Spies will target IT staff with access to infrastructure and information, says NSA whistleblower in a video-link interview at CeBIT in Hannover.
Huawei, SAP work on Internet of Things development
Research centres in China and Germany will investigate IoT.
Vodafone promises better battery life for your mobile as it pushes VoLTE calling
Telecoms giant Vodafone has begun offering Voice over LTE calling in Germany, in its latest move to introduce the standard in Europe.
Rise of China tech, internet surveillance revelations form background to CeBIT show
Beyond the gadgets on display, the Hannover trade show reflects a big shift of focus in the international tech scene.
Tech giant shows off software for buying goods using your face
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba predicts facial recognition will be the next big thing in online payments.
BlackBerry's new tablet: A secure slate for business with a bit of help from Samsung and IBM
Samsung Business launched to tap into IoT, enterprise market
The company's new, dedicated brand will bring together Internet of Things devices and enterprise users.