AFP 'mistakenly' accessed journalist call records, breaching metadata laws
The Australian Federal Police accessed a journalist's call records in breach of the data retention legislation, it has been revealed.
Apple patents method to charge devices wirelessly using Wi-Fi router
This week, Apple was granted a patent for a method that could mean users would be able to charge their iPhones wirelessly using a Wi-Fi router.
Citrix Asia Pacific reports improved net loss of AU$650,000
Citrix Systems' Asia Pacific arm has reported a net loss of AU$650,000 for the 2016 financial year, while revenue reached AU$259.3 million.
136 complaints arise from ATO's string of HPE hardware outages
Following the string of storage outages plaguing the Australian Taxation Office since December last year, the government department has received 136 formal complaints.
Vodafone NZ and Sky push ahead with merger
Vodafone NZ and Sky TV have circumvented the New Zealand Commerce Commission's rejection of its merger by gaining consent from the Overseas Investment Office.
NBN should increase FttP and FttDP connections: SA government
The South Australian government has said FttP and FttDP should be extended to more premises to avoid a long-term copper remediation cost, while satellite services should be a 'last resort'.
?Samsung starts software update for Galaxy S8 red-tinted screen
Samsung Electronics has rolled out the software update in Korea to resolve the red-tinted screen, and will roll it out globally at a later date.
?LG Electronics hits eight-year high Q1 profit but mobile still struggling
LG Electronics has reported that its operating profit rose 82 percent to 922 billion won in the first quarter of 2017.
The endangered CMO: Survival Tips From Microsoft's Grad Conn
It's tough being a CMO in today's fractured media landscape with its ephemeral social media trends - repeatable and predictable marketing processes are hard to find.
SAP Australia posts AU$22.5m loss as cloud and software revenue tip AU$557m
The local arm on the German software giant raked in AU$557.7 million from its cloud and software-related products for the 12-months to December 31, 2016.
Kickass torrents blocked in Australia under Universal ruling
Following the Foxtel-Village Roadshow judgment in December, the Federal Court has similarly ruled that foreign piracy website Kickass Torrents will be blocked at the expense of the rights holders.
Microsoft: Surface revenues lower than expected in its latest quarter
Microsoft's Surface revenues came in lower than expected in the company's third fiscal 2017 quarter due to both lack of product refresh and competition from the company's PC-maker partners.
Western Digital beats market expectations for Q3
The hard disk drive and memory chip maker saw solid demand for all NAND based products.
Alphabet beats Q1 earnings expectations
Alphabet delivered $20.17 billion in revenue excluding traffic acquisition costs.
Intel reports mixed Q1 results with revenue falling short
The chipmaker posted record-setting Q1 revenues but still fell slightly short of market expectations.
Microsoft's Q3 strong as commercial cloud revenue hits $15.2 billion run rate
But Azure revenue remains a mystery. As usual, Office and enterprise tools carry the quarter.
Amazon sees strong AWS growth in Q1 results
Amazon Web Services, the jewel in the company's crowd, fared well ? despite a brief outage during the quarter.
Smartphone shipments are still on the rise, says IDC
Samsung topped Apple for the title of "world's largest smartphone vendor" during the first quarter, according to IDC's latest data.
Google expands its reach in India with neural machine translation technology
The company has announced several updates to make its products more accessible to the millions of Indians who don't speak English.
Video Roundup: New from IBM Watson
It seems like IBM's supercomputer, which uses artificial intelligence and analytical software to interpret all your data and serve up insights, is tackling everything -- from your taxes to diabetic eye diseases.