?Equinix to buy UK datacentre rival Telecity for £2.35bn
US datacentre giant Equinix will buy Telecity to become the biggest datacentre player in Europe's growing enterprise cloud market.
?Microsoft clamps down on high app prices in Windows Store
If your Windows Store app is more expensive than a comparable rivals, Microsoft may give it the boot.
?Apple snaps up augmented reality firm Metaio
The race to dominate augmented reality is heating up with Apple buying AR firm Metaio.
Dimension Data sends 76 Australian jobs offshore
NTT-owned Dimension Data has moved a number of its Australian support delivery jobs overseas.
Japan remains Google Play's top country by revenue
App Annie has said the vast majority of revenue on Google Play is made from Japan, the United States, and South Korea
Ingogo closes AU$12 million Series C funding round
With public listing imminent, Australian taxi app and mobile payments platform, Ingogo has taken its total funding to AU$12 million
Australian government to auction regional 1800MHz spectrum
4G services in regional and remote Australia could get a shot in the arm with government plans to auction spectrum in the 1800MHz band for use in regional and remote locations of Australia by the end of this year.
Marine Rescue Queensland trains squadrons with Office 365
Marine Rescue Queensland has begun managing and triaining the 1,500 volunteers across the state using Microsoft Office 365.
Another NZ tech, IkeGPS, misses forecast
IkeGPS joins a procession of tech companies in New Zealand that have missed forecasts but says momentum has built since year-end.
?Now anyone can buy one of Google's $512 Project Tango tablets
Google has dropped the invite-only purchasing system for its experimental but spatially aware tablet.
?Apple working on fix for bug that crashes iPhones with a text message
Apple will fix the bug that allows an attacker to crash an iPhone by sending a special string of characters in a text message.
?Sony buys ex-Facebook exec's storage startup in push for datacentre dominance
Sony taps up Facebook's former hardware guru to help develop a new disc library systems for hyperscale datacentres.
Government wants piracy site-blocking Bill passed in June
Australian Attorney-General George Brandis has told Senate Estimates the Australian government wants its legislation to block piracy sites passed before the end of June.
NSA chief: Encryption isn't bad, it's the future
...but intelligence agency still wants access to encrypted communications.
MYOB acquire Ace Payroll in NZ$14 million deal
Australian accounting software provider MYOB today signed a deal with New Zealand based Ace Payroll, 24 days after it returned to the ASX.
Lenovo announces dual-screen smartwatch, projector smartphone
Lenovo unveiled its Magic View smartwatch and the Smart Cast laser projector smartphone at Tech World 2015.
Empired secures AU$20 million Rio Tinto deal
Empired has landed a AU$20 million outsourcing deal to manage Rio Tinto's extensive collection of enterprise software.
Lenovo ANZ focus to grow consumer business
While its commercial business still remains a key focus, Lenovo's strategy for Australia and New Zealand will be to drive growth in its recently launched consumer business.
IBM steps up analytics rollouts for industries
IBM has launched 20 analytics applications designed for industries such as retail, banks and oil and gas.
Without change, government too big to be successful online: Mailes
Grantly Mailes, chief technology advocate for the Victorian government has urged Australian local, state and federal governments to stay relevant in the digital age.