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Google reveals Windows bug after Microsoft delays Feb updates

20 February 2017 in Security

Google has disclosed a bug in the Windows graphic device interface library that can be exploited to read the contents…

Samsung heir faces second day of questioning after arrest

19 February 2017 in Deals

Samsung Group heir Lee Jae-yong has faced a second day of questioning on Sunday, two days after he was arrested…

Innovation hype: bah, humbug, says Linus Torvalds

19 February 2017 in Open Source

Tech industry people are prone to indulge in ceaseless talk of innovation, but Linus Torvalds has dismissed such talk as…

Sophisticated Mac malware 'aimed at select targets'

19 February 2017 in Security

A malicious payload that can attack machines running either the older OS X or the newer macOS appears to be…

Samsung – all home devices connected by 2020

18 February 2017 in ShawThing

Samsung’s regional forum for Southeast Asia and Oceania is a preview of what is coming in 2017. Amazing new QLED…

Assange may be evicted if Ecuador ruling party loses

18 February 2017 in Government Tech Policy

WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange may find himself expelled from the Ecuadorian embassy where he has been taking refuge for more…

New NBN pricing likely to favour big players, says IA

18 February 2017 in Telecoms & NBN

The peak body that represents Australian Internet users has expressed concern that the new wholesale pricing mechanism announced by NBN…

Carriers group asks govt to write down NBN investment

18 February 2017 in Telecoms & NBN

The spat over whether prices charged by NBN Co make gigabit connections unaffordable or whether Australians were disinterested in super-fast…

Big telcos favoured by new NBN CVC pricing

17 February 2017 in Telecoms & NBN

The largest players who are providers of the NBN broadband service look to be the main beneficiaries of the new…

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Surplus food online marketplace raises expansion funds

20 February 2017 in Enterprise Solutions

Australia's first surplus food online marketplace Yume has obtained $2.6 million in funding to set up branches across the country.

Roborace puts two driverless cars on the track

20 February 2017 in Automotive

Two autonomous racing cars have successfully driven round a competition track together.

US to ask Chinese visitors for social media details

20 February 2017 in Security

The US is set to ask Chinese visitors who hold long-term US business or visitor visas to provide social media…

LG confirms 5.7”, 18:9 screen for flagship G6

20 February 2017 in Mobility

LG has confirmed its new flagship G6 will have a 5.7”, QHD, 2880 x 1440, IPS screen, Always-on-Display, with an…

Samsung is about business too

19 February 2017 in Internet of Things

Samsung has a burgeoning business to business (B2B) side using its understanding of how business can use technology in wearables,…

Samsung Family Hub 2.0 – could be smarter than You.00

19 February 2017 in Internet of Things

Samsung’s new Family Hub 2.0 comes in the form of a smart refrigerator that can provide information as to what…

Let the QLED versus OLED TV wars begin

19 February 2017 in Entertainment

Samsung has invented a new category of TV — QLED — which the company says shows visibly better pictures over…

Huawei looking to boost intelligent transport: official

19 February 2017 in Business Telecommunications

Huawei Technologies, the world's largest manufacturer of telecommunications equipment, is slowly spreading its tentacles into other fields, using its telecoms…

Windows 10 take-up slows after forced July upgrades

17 February 2017 in Open Sauce

In the days leading up to 29 July 2016, PCs running Windows were frantically updated to Windows 10, some by…

Apple’s developer conference, WWDC, in San Jose 5 to 9 June 2017

17 February 2017 in Business IT

Returning to its roots is Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, which is going back to San Jose over its home of…

Libs, Labor silent as Morrow spins his web

17 February 2017 in Open Sauce

If the National Broadband Network really is Australia's biggest ever infrastructure project and vitally important to the nation's future, one…

Samsung heir arrested over bribery allegations

17 February 2017 in Deals

Samsung Group heir Lee Jae-yong has been formally arrested on charges of bribery in connection with an influence-peddling scandal that…

Unisys Elevates banking to omnichannel

17 February 2017 in Enterprise Solutions

Unisys has extended its retail banking system with Elevate, a set of applications that helps deliver an omnichannel banking experience.

OVO Mobile: exclusive live streaming of World Superbikes, Gymnastics Australia

16 February 2017 in Home Tech

Telstra’s not the only telco streaming sports data-free to customers, with OVO Mobile signing super bikes and gymnastics to its…

Dell EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud coming to VxRail

17 February 2017 in Cloud

Dell EMC Enterprise Hybrid Cloud (EHC) is about be become available on Dell EMC VxRail appliances.

Sky and Space Global, US Defence agree space junk avoidance deal

16 February 2017 in Space

ASX-listed satellite communications company Sky and Space Global has signed an agreement with the US Department of Defence under which…

Investment expert claims govts trying to get rid of cash

16 February 2017 in Market

Western governments intend to control citizens' spending and increase surveillance by eliminating cash from the economy, a renowned investment expert…

DXC Technology: the next services giant

16 February 2017 in Deals

The new company to be formed by the proposed merger of CSC and the enterprise services business of Hewlett Packard…

iPhone 8 may lose Home button, Touch ID sensor

16 February 2017 in Mobility

The next iPhone could see the removal of the Home button and Touch ID sensor in favour of an edge-to-edge…

YouTube follows Disney's lead, cuts PewDiePie ties

16 February 2017 in Entertainment

YouTube has severed ties with one of its more famous content creators, PewDiePie, after several of his videos were found…

Hometrack switches to Pure Storage

16 February 2017 in Storage & Cloud Storage

Property intelligence provider Hometrack Australia has deployed several Pure Storage flash arrays to overcome performance and capacity concerns

Assange appears on Twitter to quell death rumours

16 February 2017 in Government Tech Policy

WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange has reactivated his personal Twitter account, with the very first tweet seeking to scotch widely circulating…

City Football Group picks SAP

16 February 2017 in Business Software

City Football Group is using SAP SuccessFactors human capital management software to help manage its international workforce.

Microsoft does not love Linux in Munich

16 February 2017 in Open Source

The city of Munich, which moved its systems to Linux many years ago, is now thinking of moving back to…

 

 

 

 

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