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.
At the beginning of the 20 century, inventors put computing devices on everything from scales to cheese cutters.
Office 2010 Starter is a new option that replaces the old, time-bombed trial versions from earlier Office versions. This no-nonsense splash screen explains what’s available in the “reduced functionality” version and includes one of many Purchase buttons available throughout the program.
ANZ is currently trialling ePOS, an app that will allow merchant customers to take payments from their iPhones.
Google announced new features in a new beta version of its Chrome web browser, including instant language translation and a new privacy settings tab.
Today sees Apple's legal hounds take on handset maker HTC. Apple claims the company is infringing on nearly two dozen iPhone patents.
Check out our photos of copyright amendment protesters in Wellington, New Zealand, outside the country's parliament yesterday.
Get a glimpse of new features in IE 8's first Release Candidate
Silicon.com has rounded up and rated 10 of the most interesting and absurd patent applications submitted by Apple in recent years.
Australian ICT research centre NICTA has teamed up with a robotics group from the University of NSW (UNSW) to build a robot that plays the clarinet, demonstrating new applications of embedded systems.
Here are several configuration settings you can make to reduce the attack surface on Mozilla's open-source Firefox browser.
Photos of the unboxing ritual of the new Apple iPhone. This is an 8GB model purchased at an AT&T corporate store.
Here are several steps you can take to disable various features in Safari to reduce the risk of hacker attacks.
Here are the key configuration changes you can make to disable various features and reduce the attack surface in Microsoft's Internet Explorer. This guide provides a walk-through of IE 6.0 but applies to the latest IE 7.0 as well. (This guidance was prepared and distributed by Will Dorman, vulnerability analyst at Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute CERT Cordination Center).
Safari 3 comes to Windows and it brings just enough features to make the browser wars interesting.
Images from Apple's double-sided fullscreen/touchpanel patent application
Google defends its Project Nightingale deal with Ascension, which involves access to detailed patient records.
Any searches conducted at the US border without reasonable suspicion will now be a violation of the Fourth Amendment.
Deepfakes pose a serious threat to democracy in the long run but women are likely to suffer first, a new study says.
Advertisers running campaigns on social or political issues in the country now must confirm their identity and location as Facebook looks to stem misinformation.
Albanian gangs are using fintech. Law enforcement says it needs a new approach to tackle the problem.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates thinks breaking up tech giants isn't an effective answer to antitrust concerns.
Prize-winning LiDAR system can precisely measure how much waste ships bring into ports.
What was seen as one of the best ways to regulate social-media giants like Facebook has just fallen apart in a Düsseldorf court.
It is the worst possible scenario for Samsung as its boss may face a heavier sentence than previously.
Two of the country’s major car-hailing services providers, Didi Chuxing and Meituan Dianping, have been fined 5.5 million yuan and 1.47 million yuan, respectively, by regulators in Shanghai.
Tech companies making €750 million globally and €25 million in France will have to pay the new tax.
Telstra, Optus, Vocus, TPG, and Vodafone are required to block the sites within 15 days.
TechRepublic's Karen Roby talks to David Gewirtz of ZDNet to gain his perspective on the latest happenings surrounding Huawei and the implications of a trade war. Read more: https://zd.net/2KlPYZ3
WhatsApp patches a flaw that has been used to install spyware on Android and iPhone devices.