Even against a backdrop of political opposition, the US government has gone ahead and passed responsibility for the internet's naming system to ICANN.
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The editor of Norway's largest paper and the nation's prime minster have slammed Facebook for what they're calling its authoritarian attitude.
Ninety-seven firms have signed a court brief opposing President Donald Trump's immigration restrictions on seven majority Muslim nations.
Tech firms have moved to cut off a hate site after this weekend's violent protests in Charlottesville.
Europe hopes a new set of telecoms rules, which now cover online services such as WhatsApp, will boost investments in high-speed broadband.
The New South Wales Roads and Traffic Authority has claimed it is owed $1.5 million by failed Australian PC-maker Optima on a $5 million deal inked in 2006.
Apple has found a pot of gold at the end of its efforts to recycle millions of devices last year under its reuse program.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade agreement that some fear could cost US jobs has won the support of Google.
ASX-listed IT consultancy SMS Management & Technology has acquired boutique business intelligence consultancy Pelion.
One month after the One Laptop Per Child charity went into mass production with its US$188 laptop, the Peruvian government has signed a contract to purchase 260,000 units.