Korean manufacturer the latest to be caught out by the ACCC.
Monetary Authority of Singapore streamlines access to legal help specialised in payment services, so new operators in the sector can ensure compliance and be onboarded more quickly.
A clause in the Zao app's user agreement allowed developers to retain images of users and sell them to third parties.
Targeting Youtube channels at kids lands Google on wrong side of Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
AI-generated audio was used to trick a CEO into wiring $243,000 to a scammer's bank account.
Regulatory pressure in the US is piling up on Google, as states plan inquiry alongside federal agency reviews.
Huawei has rejected claims it ripped off an inventor's camera design.
Amid European and global uncertainties, France has been working on gender equality and attracting tech talent.
Japan has approved the export of hydrogen fluoride to Samsung Electronics, the second material to be allowed since it imposed trade restrictions in South Korea in their diplomatic spat.
US Huawei ban stops Google from providing its apps for new products.
For years, Microsoft has profited from its FAT file system patents. Now the company is making it explicit that it's freeing its remaining exFAT patents for Open Invention Network members.
Dutch authority refers Windows 10 to privacy watchdog in Ireland, where Microsoft is headquartered in Europe.
A two-year agreement has been signed to prioritise patent applications in emerging technologies such as fintech, cybersecurity, and robotics, which aims to fast-track the turnaround time for initial action to six months.
The food delivery rider allegedly only earned a bit more than half of the Australian minimum wage.
One of the streaming services allegedly stored 183,200 different television episodes at one point.
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
US Senator Ron Wyden renewed his call for new laws that would ban telcos from selling users' location data.
Microsoft could face more complaints after a ruling says it's liable for damages caused by an unauthorized Windows 10 upgrade.
Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada on December 1, and faces extradition to the US,
Microsoft wants new laws to put some constraints on the use and development of facial recognition. Read more: https://zd.net/2Qjjqmn
Ahead of this week's G20 meeting, Trump talks up tariffs on Chinese-made iPhones and MacBooks.
Senators tackle AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile for answers about alleged video traffic throttling.
Machines that can decide to kill humans are "morally repugnant", says UN general secretary António Guterres. Read more: https://zd.net/2PdnrbK
New decree means messaging services will have to check users' registration data with their mobile operator.
CEO Sundar Pichai said in a an email that Google has fired 48 employees for sexual harassment in the past two years.
The lawsuit alleges that Amazon has been abusing eBay systems to steal high-value sellers for years.
The 'Infamous' cheat on Grand Theft Auto V has led to two premises in Melbourne being searched under a Federal Court order.
Shares in Tesla rose sharply on the news, despite the fact that the company must also pay a fine due to the executive's transgression.