Domino's delivers a slice of innovation to Queenslanders
Pizza giant Domino's has opened its Brisbane doors to budding entrepreneurs, feeding creative minds with DLAB, a launchpad it said will facilitate innovation and collaboration.
Telstra national outage hits voice, NBN, ADSL, and mobile customers
An unexplained Telstra outage is preventing 2G, 3G, 4G, and home internet customers from using data or voice services.
?BoQ to cut staff in AU$15m task automation review
The Bank of Queensland is embarking on a program to reshape its organisational structure which may include job cuts from its 2,200-strong staff as it moves to automate manual tasks.
Samsung eyeing huge surge in enterprise display market
The development of slim displays has in turn changed the TV, monitor, and most recently, handset markets. So where will we see the display next?
TRAI rules out Facebook's Free Basics project in India
Service providers violating regulations will be penalised, according to the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India.
Australian government planning massive health services shake-up: Report
Medicare, pharmaceutical, and aged-care benefits would be delivered by the private sector under a secret plan reportedly being developed by the government.
Treasury selects Avaya for SDN upgrade
The Commonwealth Treasury has begun rolling out an Avaya SDN Fx architecture to replace its existing legacy network and keep up with parliamentary demand.
T9000 malware records Skype calls, screenshots and text messages to steal data
Sophisticated Trojan can goes to 'great lengths' to avoid detection by security products, warn Palo Alto researchers
Raspberry Pi on the ISS: Now you can 3D-print your own flight case
The 'Astro Pis' on the International Space Station are encased in £3,000 units, but you can 3D-print one for much less.
Bank joins Interpol cyber-crime fighting centre
Barclays is the first bank to have an analyst working alongside cyber-crime experts at Interpol's research and development facility.
Ballmer: Microsoft needs mobile devices if it wants to win the cloud
Former Microsoft chief Steve Ballmer thinks the company needs a clear long-term path on mobile devices.
How can CIOs develop a business case for virtual reality?
Virtual reality is a hot technology, but can tech chiefs build a business case for using it yet?
Want the full MS-DOS virus experience? Time for a night at the Malware Museum
With ancient artefacts from the 1980s and 1990s at the Internet Archive's new online museum, you can take a stroll down malware memory lane.
The OLEDs are coming: But will LCD fight back?
Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) displays are now available not only in smartphones and televisions, but also laptops and PC monitors. We explore how OLED screen technology compares and competes with LCD products.
Google's driverless cars: Now it powers up wireless charging tests
Google's new wireless-charging tests show it knows it needs a better system than just plugging autonomous vehicles into the mains.
Oracle posts Java patch for bug that could result in 'complete compromise' of Windows machines
Oracle recommends users ensure they're running the latest version of Java to prevent bug.
Australian Parliament opens inquiry into innovation
The Standing Committee on Education and Employment has opened an inquiry to ensure Australia's tertiary system can meet the needs of a future labour force that is focused on innovation and creativity.
BOM ducks Senate's security breach scrutiny
The Australian Bureau of Meteorology remains tight-lipped on December's alleged security breach, redirecting questions from the Senate towards its new supercomputer instead.
Optus retains highest complaints ratio
While it has fewer complaints than Telstra, Optus' complaints ratio is again the highest of all Australian telcos, having risen by 9 percent.
Optus extends NFC payments to iPhone through sticker
iPhone users can now make tap and go payments via Optus' sticker and app, with a wearable also providing a payment solution for those without a phone present.