Apple retained its top spot in Gartner's list of the top 100 vendors in IT by annual revenue, with rivals Samsung and Google taking second and third place respectively.
Fear of the unknown is all that stands in the way of a new era of 'digital cohesion' made possible by smart technology.
The double taxation of digital currency payments will be removed under the latest federal Budget, an announcement that has been welcomed by digital currency and blockchain innovators.
A survey of online shoppers found that nearly one-third will shift their commerce to Amazon when the company arrives in Australia.
Customer satisfaction has improved on several key indicators, according to the latest telecommunications survey.
Australian small businesses that are also early tech adopters have the most confidence in growth over the next 12 months.
At the current rate of change, 98% of receivables across all Australian businesses will comprise non-cash payments within five years.
New research published by Dimension Data suggests that organisations around the world are not implementing effective digital strategies.
Data from StatCounter indicates that Android overtook Windows operating systems as the most popular OS worldwide for accessing the internet, marking the end of a long era of Microsoft dominance.
The majority of Australian organisations place high importance on open standards for data, connectivity and open source software standards.
The ACCC's annual report on the telecommunications sector for FY16 shows that prices for services have overall been declining even as data quotas expand significantly.
The newly established ANZ subsidiary of Chinese e-commerce behemoth Alibaba Group has urged Australian businesses to embrace new technologies and convergence to grow their export sales.
Australians are afraid of robots stealing their jobs, according to new research.
The state government backed Jobs for NSW is seeking expressions of interest from incubators, accelerators and companies looking to partner in the development of the new Sydney Startup Hub.
IDC Australia predicts that half of its 500 top companies will depend on digital for the majority of their business by 2020.