The business-model war between open-source software vendors and cloud providers heats up with Elastic taking on Amazon Web Services.
An ACMA investigation found the retailer sent more than 42 million emails that did not feature an easy unsubscribe function.
Ethical-source leaders are trying to find more support for their open-source approach by creating the Organization for Ethical Source.
Lee Jae-yong has been sentenced to two and a half years in prison at the retrial for his bribery case.
An audit is underway into the Judiciary's Case Management/Electronic Case Files system.
Opinion: As should Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and all other responsible social media sites. The right to free speech doesn't give you the right to right to shout fraud in a fractured country.
Twitter thought they could wait out Trump's term in office. After putting the President on a 12-hour time-out earlier this week, the company has banned the President's account permanently.
The US Department of Homeland Security has carried out trials to test whether facial recognition algorithms could correctly identify masked individuals.
The UK lost its right to a .eu website when it left the European bloc, leaving many domain name owners in limbo.
The London judge ruled that Julian Assange would be at extreme risk of suicide if he were sent across the Atlantic.
The new Brexit deal establishes a six-month transition period for data flows, but what will happen when the bridging agreement ends is still up for debate.
In a high-profile election-related lawsuit in a U.S. District Court, the plaintiffs' legal team filed a motion begging for an extension, blaming “numerous technical incompatibilities" between Google Docs and Microsoft Word. They made three rookie mistakes.
Tech giants show support for Facebook's legal case against spyware vendor NSO Group.
Filed by a bipartisan group of 38 attorneys-general.
Lawsuit accuses Google of violating antitrust and consumer protection laws.
Apple's "Design and Health" kit contents: Weighted mugs, lenticular mouse pads, post-it notes, and more!
Apple's internal "design and health" guide for their designers (click images to enlarge).
A run down of some of the most controversial decisions or actions by Facebook, including some of their biggest mistakes to date.
A quick run through of the newly released Amazon Cloud Drive - the online storage service, and the Amazon Cloud Player - the integrated music streaming service.
Prysmian Telecom Cables and Systems was awarded a contract of up to $300 million this week to supply fibre-optic cables for the National Broadband Network (NBN). NBN Co head Mike Quigley visited the company's Dee Why factory after the announcement.
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A quick look over the proposed Privacy Icons to simplify the online privacy policies.
Everyone's talking about mobile. They want to access the internet while they're on the go, and they want it to be fast. Ericsson is one of a swathe of vendors conducting trials for the next generation of mobile technology — Long Term Evolution (LTE).
The Hewlett Packard LaserJet IIP popularized the desktop personal laser printer. TechRepublic cracks it open to see what made the IIP tick.
Artist turns old printed circuit boards into useful items--clocks, clip boards, picture frames, pencil holders and more.
Chipmaker Qualcomm offered a glimpse of what the future might hold for the next generation of smartphones.
One of Microsoft's early US patents had nothing to do with computers. Drawings show a reading stand and book holder that Microsoft patented in 1986.
NTSB criticizes Apple for lacking a phone-use driving policy and regulators for their hands-off approach to tech.
Microsoft's open-source code-sharing platform's latest report places freedom of expression above all else.
Daphne Leprince-Ringuet explains the EU Commission has big plans for AI -- and they may be better ones than the bloc's competitors. Read more: https://zd.net/32aYHUQ
The Chinese company claims it was the last resort following lengthy negotiations with Verizon.
The Federal Court found Trivago was using an algorithm to favour booking sites that paid the company the highest cost-per-click fees.
Samsung Electronics' chairman of the board Lee Sang-hoon has been sentenced to 18 months in jail for sabotaging labour union activities.
ZDNet's Daphne Leprince-Ringuet says Microsoft, Google, Apple or Facebook have all been showing off their commitment to responsible innovation. But small businesses need to get on board too. Read more: https://zd.net/34PihFB
The company bribed Chinese government officials for at least 17 years.
The EU is increasing its scrutiny of Google's business practices as new preliminary investigation starts.
More Google Shopping rivals line up to complain that Google isn't complying with a 2017 European anti-competition order.
Google defends its Project Nightingale deal with Ascension, which involves access to detailed patient records.