Telecom New Zealand will sell its Australian subsidiary AAPT and its PowerTel business for $450 million to ambitious Australian telco TPG.
Queensland premier Campbell Newman has decided to take IBM to court over its handling of the bungled Queensland Health payroll program, a major factor in his Government’s resounding election victory in 2012.
Telstra has invested up to $10 million into US cloud storage vendor Box, as part of an international consortium. It will now offer the company’s services in Australia.
Sometime tomorrow someone will flick a switch, and analogue TV transmission in Australia will cease, 57 years after it started. The changeover took place faultlessly.
Logitech have released an optional clip-on battery for its iPhone 5/s case+ protectors. It adds a much needed 2300 mAh for up to 1.5 times additional running time.
Samsung heralds its Knox mobile security suite as the answer to Androids use in corporate, military and government networks. Does it work as promised?
Opinion: I started writing for iTWire in January this year - more than 1000 articles later I feel partially qualified to comment on the highlights and lowlights of the tech world this year.
This weekend sees Random Hacks Of Kindess breaking out across the land.
Nextgen Networks has demonstrated the fastest data transmission on a live network ever delivered in Australia, over existing fibre of 400 Gbps.
Sydney Festival and Huawei have announced a new partnership, with Huawei to be the exclusive provider of smartphones and tablets for the Festival as well as a new 'selfie mosaic' for festivalgoers.
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