?Dyn DDoS part 2: The hackers strike back
UPDATED: You may never have heard of Dyn, but you know the sites it supports ? and they all appeared offline to many on Friday because of a massive flood attack.
Say cheese: Kodak's new Ektra Android smartphone is pointed right at camera fans
Kodak hopes you'll be posing plenty for its new Ektra smartphone.
ZTE's self-adhesive phone: Here's what you get when you crowdsource design
How do you make a smartphone standout in a crowded market? Turn over design to the crowd, of course.
Microsoft sees big opportunity in the Australian sporting industry
While Australia has a large sports fan base, its sporting industry lags behind the US and Europe when it comes to exploiting technology, according to Jesus Castro, Microsoft Sports business development architect.
4DS takes ReRAM down to 40nm and raises AU$4m
Silicon Valley-based but Australian-listed memory company 4DS has announced that it has developed 40 nanometre resistive random access memory.
ACMA to auction off 700MHz spectrum in April
The Australian government will level a AU$10,000 entry fee on any telcos wanting to take part in the 700MHz spectrum auction in April.
Chorus brings UFB fibre connection wait time down to 12 days
New Zealand fibre customers are now waiting four days less than they were three months ago to be connected to the UFB, Chorus has said.
Dell MD: ?Diverse, inclusive workplaces deliver stronger business results
Dell kicked off its first inclusion initiative in 2005 and 11 years on, the company's ANZ managing director says it's crucial for young women to keep the diversity dialogue open.
Optus providing satellites for Early Warning Network
The developer of the Early Warning Network has signed a deal to provide remote communications across Australia using Optus' satellites and the SatSleeve+.
Dell EMC: APAC modernised IT infrastructure shift driven by cost saving
As Dell Technologies positions itself to be the one-stop shop for the entire IT stack, the Asia Pacific and Japan region is jumping on board to modernise IT, with cost saving the driving factor.
Google's Android 7.1 preview for Nexus: New shortcuts menu plus smart storage
Nexus owners can now install Android 7.1 and try out Google's new long-press to bring up app shortcuts.
This ransomware is now one of the three most common malware threats
The total number of ransomware attacks rose by 13 percent in September alone, say Check Point cybersecurity researchers.
Facial recognition out of control? Half of US adults have their faces on police databases
Facial-recognition databases used by the FBI and state police hold images of 117 million US adults, according to new research.
Apple: 90 percent of 'genuine' Apple items on Amazon are fake
Apple is suing an electronics distributor over what it says are bogus Apple accessories sold on Amazon.
Google refreshes its cloud storage, slashes prices to a new low
The tech giant revamps its cloud storage offerings, introducing a cold storage tier to challenge Amazon Glacier.
ACMA opens investigation into 5G mobile broadband spectrum
The ACMA is undertaking an initial investigation of the 1.5GHz and 3.6GHz spectrum bands for refarming to enable mobile broadband over future 5G networks.
Dell aims for DNA sequencing advancements with unstructured data storage
Dell Technologies has unveiled its new all-flash Isilon scale-out NAS, aimed at delivering massive storage capability and performance for 'future-ready' unstructured data projects such as DNA sequencing.
?Samsung produces mobile DRAM, equal to best notebook
Samsung Electronics has begun supplying 8GB DRAM for mobile that will equal smartphone specs to a premium notebook.
Optus boosts 4G in Canberra with 1800MHz spectrum
Optus is boosting its 4G network in more than 30 sites across the ACT using the 1800MHz spectrum.
ABS apologises for AU$30m Census bungle, ISPs say IBM had standard DDoS protections disabled
Australian Statistician David Kalisch has told Senate Estimates the ABS incurred AU$30 million in remediation costs due to the Census night stuff-up.