Narrative Science lands $10 million in funding, USAA as customer
Narrative Sciences, which has software that can analyze data and build a narrative around it, adds another large financial services customers. We caught up with the top execs to talk shop.
OnePlus opens sales to all for 72 hours, CyanogenMod deal scuttled in India
For the next three days anyone can buy a OnePlus One without an invite, but Indian fans may be disappointed to hear that devices shipped there won't be running CyanogenMod.
How to make the most of bringing the iPad to work
Whether a company supplied iPad or you're bringing your own to work, here's how to do it right.
Sony Pictures corporate files stolen and released in cyberattack
Sony Pictures Entertainment's internal network was reportedly hijacked this week, and it seems corporate data has leaked on to the web.
Hands-on with the Raspberry Pi Model B+
Improved, with four USB ports, Micro SD card socket, lower power consumption and overall cleaner board design.
Jolla's $1m assault on the tablet market: Is the world ready for a new kind of slate?
Finnish mobile company Jolla has taken Indiegogo by storm with a crowdfunding campaign for its upcoming tablet device.
Indian Android One maker Lava may buy Nokia's Chennai plant
India's smartphone up-and-comer is in the frame to take over Nokia's old Chennai facility.
GoPro flies towards consumer drone market
The wearable video camera creator is taking its business plans a step further by experimenting with consumer drones.
Siemens SCADA flaw 'likely' hit in recent attacks
The Department of Homeland Security has warned of a serious and easily exploited remote execution flaw in Siemens' WinCC SCADA software.
Samsung staff fear the axe in annual reshuffle
Staff are working overtime while facing potentially high job losses following Samsung's poor financial year.
Digital Transformation Series: The wrap
Human behavior is changing. Technology is on track to dominate our lives, and we are becoming digital-first. There is no doubt that a digital transformation is already ongoing and omnipresent.
NICTA CEO Hugh Durrant-Whyte resigns
Amid differing opinions of how NICTA will survive after June 2016 without funding from the Australian government, the research agency's CEO Hugh Durrant-Whyte has announced his resignation.
ASIC seeks to be added to metadata access list
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission will apply to the attorney-general to retain its access to metadata after mandatory data-retention legislation has passed the parliament.
NewSat wins contract with European satellite operator
NewSat will provide ground infrastructure support and future satellite services from its Adelaide facility to a European satellite operator as part of a new master purchase agreement.
LG names new mobile boss in annual reshuffle
LG Electronics, South Korea's second-largest handset maker, has appointed a new executive to lead its mobile business to expand its current successes next year globally.
We should be able to see George Brandis' metadata
There is a major difference between law-enforcement agencies and media accessing metadata, but arguably that changes when it comes to politicians using taxpayer-funded phones.
National Museum of Computing opens EDSAC display, recreating 1949's top computer
The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park has unveiled its ongoing construction of a replica of Cambridge University's EDSAC computer (1949-58), which helped pioneer novel concepts such as "programming" and "users".
Ericsson to upgrade Tasmanian emergency communications
Ericsson plans to deliver a solution called the Interoperability Gateway that will connect the communication networks of Tasmania's emergency services agencies.
Metadata needs to be defined in law: Committee
The Australian Senate committee for the scrutiny of Bills has slammed the government's decision to leave the data set out of mandatory data-retention legislation.
Village Roadshow's iiNet piracy 'propaganda' complaint rejected
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission rejected a complaint from Village Roadshow co-CEO Graham Burke that iiNet's 'propaganda' around copyright infringement was misleading and deceptive.