Microsoft changes its logos, Salesforce releases results and we see new photos of possible iPhone 5 parts.
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Overnight, the Apple versus Samsung trial started and Microsoft unveiled a preview for a new email client.
Microsoft's new Surface tablet has been described as a "Swiss Army knife of a tablet". But has the company hit the mark with it, or is it just a "horrible mishmash" of the tablet and laptop worlds?
Telstra today announced price cuts for the Microsoft Office 365 packages that it sells through T-Suite, its software portal for small businesses.
Nokia's Australian and New Zealand offices won't be affected by Nokia's most recent jobs announcement.
Australia has been chosen to host next year's Microsoft Imagine Cup, where contestants around the world compete to find answers to "the world's toughest problems" and then use software and technology to implement their ideas.
Microsoft's decision to give the Russian intelligence services access to products including Windows 7 was commercial, according to a Whitehall source.
Increasing CSIRO costs could result in 40 to 50 of its IT staff losing their jobs, according to Dr Michael Borgas, CSIRO staff association president for the Community and Public Sector Union.
A school-based program organised by the Australian Federal Police, Microsoft and ninemsn to protect children from the darker aspects of cyberspace is to go national.
Flinders University is rolling out Microsoft Exchange-based mail to its 2000-strong employee roster, while its 16,000 students are moved onto Microsoft's Live@edu. Meanwhile, TAFE SA's 80,000 students and staff will also migrate to the Live@edu service.