The #TechDiversity initiative is calling for change — more women and minorities are needed to diversify the technology industry.
CSIRO's Data61 has teamed up with Treasury and other government departments to study the potential of Bitcoin's blockchain technology to transform the Australian economy.
Strong demand for contactless payment cards contributed to a 34% growth in smart payment card shipments in 2015, figures from the Smart Payment Association show.
Apple has agreed to pay $24.9 million to settle a lawsuit relating to a long-running patent dispute over its Siri digital assistant.
Worldwide PC shipments fell for the sixth consecutive quarter in the first calendar quarter of 2016, falling below 65 million for the first time since 2007.
Analyst company Ovum is increasing its investment spending to be able to better help clients in the TMT sector grab a piece of the expected $6.3tr opportunity that will be enabled by the digital economy.
Oracle has filed an expert report arguing it is entitled to up to US$9.3bn ($12.3bn) in damages over Google's alleged infringement of Java copyright while creating the Android OS.
Australian sales of video game hardware, software and accessories grew 15% to $2.83 billion last year, as digital sales surpassed physical retail sales, according to the IGEA.
Nine in 10 Australian business leaders fear that the digital revolution will have a major disruptive impact on established businesses, which will need to adapt quickly to stay afloat.
How executive management adapts to technological innovation will be critical in the deployment of technologies and the structure of management in the future.
New research has shown many Australians are hoarding old electronic devices because they lack the knowledge to recycle and are concerned about their data security.
IBM has acquired video streamer Ustream; Toshiba reportedly selling chip business following scandal; Apple's Tim Cook makes surprise visit to Brussels.
With a new air of bipartisanship breezing through Canberra, there should be no reason why Australia cannot take the lead in the next, internet-driven, industrial era.
FinTech company Prospa was Australia's fastest-growing technology company during the 2014–15 financial year, according to Deloitte's annual Australian Technology Fast 50 rankings.
A new report focusing on high-impact entrepreneurship in Australia highlights the need for a greater focus on commercialising research.