?Jokers, hackers, and airline safety
A security researcher joked about hacking a plane and was picked up by the FBI. They didn't think it was one bit funny.
The New Screen Savers: TWiT resurrects the show that launched tech video into the stratosphere
At the 10-year anniversary event of This Week in Tech, Leo Laporte and the TWiT team announced that on May 2 they are bringing back the variety show that made tech shows a thing.
Apple Watch: Why its time has come at last
Smartwatches aren't just shrunken smartphones tied to your wrist - they've something different and far more interesting.
Security experts urge Congress to reject cyber-threat sharing bills
Leading security experts say they can already share cybersecurity information without compromising privacy law.
?Microsoft pulls Windows 10 preview for low-end Lumias after 'bricking' reports'
Microsoft's 'Fast lane' build of its Windows 10 Technical Preview has proved to be too much to handle for its low-end Lumia devices.
Samsung Galaxy S6 review: Superb screen and great camera make it the best Android yet
A little less bloat means a whole lot more fun when it comes to the Galaxy S6.
?Google extends Chrome support for 'millions' still on Windows XP
Google has firmed up its support deadline for Chrome on Windows XP with the last security update set for the end of the year.
Open for business: Android for Work shows up on Google Play
Android for Work is ready to make 80 percent of the world's Android devices more comfortable in the workplace.
The elephant's dilemma: What does the future of databases really look like?
MIT's leading database researcher Michael Stonebraker talks about receiving the Alan Turing Award and the future of databases.
Chef aims to create the secret recipe for DevOps success
Company says that business is benefiting from company's focus on the high-speed delivery of applications.
NBN Co reshuffles executive team after Telstra deal
NBN Co has made key changes to its executive team, shifting the focus from overhauling the company after the election to commencing the multi-technology mix rollout.
TCS books over $15b in revenue and single-digit profit growth
While its profit growth has slowed to single digits after growing by more than a quarter each year since 2011, Tata Consultancy Services has taken its revenue to over $15 billion in its 2015 financial year.
NewSat falls into administration
Australian-listed satellite communications company NewSat is in administration after being hit by financing woes that threaten to derail its AU$611 million Jabiru-1 satellite project.
Vocus takes stake in Macquarie Telecom
Australian telco Vocus has taken a 14.5 percent stake in Macquarie Telecom, just months after acquiring fellow telco Amcom following an initial 10 percent stake in the rival company.
Australia's Tier-3 launches Huntsman Security in the US
Australia's Tier-3 is launching its Huntsman Security operation in the United States, backed by a $10 million investment injection from the Sydney-based IT security company.
Sony execs lobbied Netflix to stop VPN users
In emails leaked from Sony Pictures, executives have expressed their frustration at Netflix for not stopping users in Australia and elsewhere from bypassing geoblocks to access the streaming video service.
ServiceNow delivers strong Q1, but Q2 outlook light
ServiceNow grew first quarter sales 52 percent compared to a year ago, but a light sales outlook for the second quarter spooked Wall Street.
?Docker ships 1.6 with a faster registry and more for sysadmins
Open-source container platform Docker continues to broaden its appeal beyond the world of developers by adding new features in version 1.6 for operations staff.
?Google pushes on with big data: Cloud Dataflow beta and BigQuery update
Along with new features for its Google BigQuery cloud analytics platform, the company's Cloud Dataflow managed data-processing service is now available in beta.
?ARM buys two low-power IoT firms to launch Cordio for wearables
ARM has acquired two companies that will add a new product licensing unit for low-powered radios.