Vodafone New Zealand has been hit with 27 Fair Trading charges for false and misleading conduct in relation to its FibreX broadband service.
A new Gartner forecast suggests that global IT spending will reach US$3.7 trillion in 2018.
Insights into China's artificial intelligence (AI) ecosystem will be shared by keynote speaker Xiaofeng Ren at CeBIT Australia 2018.
Disgruntled .au Domain Administrator members have called for a meeting to discuss dethroning the body's CEO, in part due to a new direct registration policy.
Nearly 10 million Australians had phone or internet service troubles in the past 12 months, according to the TIO.
RFPs have been issued for the construction and delivery of enhanced broadband services in Morwell, North Geelong and Horsham.
Android Enjoyed topped February's complaints register, followed by Harvey Norman, Samsung Electronics, Kogan and Apple.
Telstra has admitted misleading customers over premium billing charges and is facing millions of dollars in fines and refunds.
AustCyber will use $800,000 in state funding to establish a WA Node at the Joondalup Innovation Hub in Perth's northern suburbs.
Strong demand in the education sector, particularly for notebooks, boosted Australia's PC market to a year-on-year growth of 2.2%.
Around 50 Chinese tech leaders have met with local companies and been given briefings on NSW's blockchain and FinTech capabilities.
Renowned researcher Genevieve Bell gives us her thoughts on tech developments, including what it's like working as an Australian in Silicon Valley.
iOS has outpaced Android to receive its highest ever share in a quarter, according to a new IDC report.
An estimated $45 billion will be added to Australia's GDP by 2021 as a result of digital transformation, according to a new study by Microsoft and IDC Asia Pacific.
The majority of Australian workers believe they will need technology training within the next two years if they are to keep their current role, according to new research by Salesforce.