TELSTRA recorded a drop in customer complaints as Vodafone registered a whopping 222 per cent rise.
GOOGLE has this morning announced that it will allow businesses and non-profits to promote their brand on its social media site Google+.
SYDNEY University's attempt to detect malnutrition in infants has had a major fillip from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
HARVEY Norman chief Gerry Harvey says he is facing strong internal pressure to establish an offshore online retail channel.
AUSTRALIAN consumers are among the most unforgiving in the world of organisations that are careless with their private data.
THE NSW government will provide up to $1 million to develop mobile technology to improve citizen engagement and services.
TELSTRA has ramped up its cloud strategy with a new online ordering and management portal aimed at Australia's small and medium-sized businesses.
CHANGES to the 457 visa scheme to expedite hiring overseas workers into Australia have been welcomed by the IT recruitment sector.
INTERNODE has revealed that it plans to start offering its own branded mobile phone service as soon as possible.
PRIVACY Commissioner Timothy Pilgrim has called for a unified approach to privacy protections.
NSW WorkCover has investigated complaints of bullying at the National e-Health Transition Authority's Sydney headquarters.
NOTHING can beat the fun on tap from a really good, blockbuster game, despite the price.
FROM today, pedestrians in Sydney and Melbourne can operate the Commonwealth Bank's iPhone property app in the street.
FORMER IBM long-serving president and chief executive John Opel, who led the company when it unleashed the PC, has died.
THE websites of Israel's military and intelligence services are down, two days after a hacker group appeared to threaten the Jewish state.
MICROSOFT is advising companies how to defend against infection by a Stuxnet-like Duqu virus.
THE annual hajj pilgrimage that draws millions of Muslim faithful to Mecca has gone high tech this year.
CLOUD computing, data analytics and agile development will be the trends to watch in 2012 according to research company Ovum.
ADIDAS, the German sportswear and equipment maker, said all its websites remained closed after what it called a "sophisticated and criminal" attack.