Nokia strikes China joint venture for 'swift approval' of Alcatel-Lucent merger
Nokia hopes to win the approval of China's regulators with a new joint venture with Chinese investment firm Huaxin.
?Google to hit pause on Flash ads in Chrome on September 1
Time's up for companies using Flash ads to reach 15 percent of the world's desktop browsers.
'Google is in denial': Rivals throw down oral hearing challenge over antitrust case
The Microsoft backed lobby Icomp says Google should show up at an oral hearing if it's so confident of its claims denial
Inabox announces AU$1.4 million profit drop on back of Anittel purchase
The wholesale telco provider has announced a loss of AU$351,000 on revenues of AU$64 million, due to the acquisition of two rivals in 2014.
NSW transport taskforce pushes for regulatory framework changes
The Point to Point Transport Taskforce has called for changes to the current regulatory framework to reduce red tape and level the playing field for the taxi industry and other point to point transport services.
CSIRO swallows NICTA to form Data61
Australia's two notoriously under-funded science and tech research organisations have announced that they will be creating a new entity under the auspices of the CSIRO.
?Woolworths' transformation project puts dent in FY15 earnings
Woolworths reported it spent part of AU$425.9 million on its total transformation project during the 2015 financial year, which resulted in total group net profit after tax dropping by 12.5 percent.
ACCC approves Optus NBN deal
Australia's consumer watchdog has given the green light for NBN to take ownership of Optus' HFC network, with the telco to also transition its customers over to the NBN.
Facebook hits 1 billion users in one day
The social network has recorded 1 billion logins during a single day, with Mark Zuckerberg labelling the moment an 'important milestone'.
Outsmarting the machine, the future of IT jobs
One of the main reasons IT exists is to automate low-level work, however that often translates into eliminating jobs. In a world boasting digital disruption, how will the role of an IT worker change?
?TSG hitches US launch of Debitsuccess to Azure
Recurring payments platform rolled out on Azure for elasticity and payment security compliance.
Video: Slack CTO tells how cloud defined company's product and internal IT
Slack CTO Cal Henderson spoke with ZDNet about how the cloud has defined the company's product journey as well as the way it runs its internal IT operations.
iPhone 6s report: 12MP camera, 4K video recording, possible OLED display
Typical of the "s" model years, the new 2015 iPhone models are shaping up to be much improved; particularly in the image sensors, making the most popular phone camera even better.
IBM expands Spectrum storage into the cloud
The company has cloud-enabled two key storage products by uncoupling the management software from the hardware.
Windows 10: How is it really doing so far?
There have already been tens of millions of downloads of Windows 10 - so does that mean it's already a success?
?Take two: Ex-Apple CEO launches 'Designed in San Francisco' Obi phones
Obi Worldphone has unveiled two Android handsets aimed at fast-growing emerging markets.
The abandoned mine that's being transformed into a datacenter
IBM is one of the first customers for Norway's Lefdal Mine Datacenter, a six-level deep facility next to a fjord.
?Burnt once, Amazon lays off engineers behind the Fire phone
Amazon is scaling back and cutting projects at its secretive hardware development group Lab126.
North-South tension causes internet censorship in Korea: Is it justified?
South Korea can boast one of the world's fastest average internet connection speeds, but the country also rates highly in censorship stakes.
Online criminals attacking Australians on the rise: FireEye report
FireEye's latest threat report showed 35 percent of organisations were exposed to advanced persistent threat during the first half of 2015, an increase from the same period last year.