Google will purchase artificial intelligence start-up DeepMind under a new deal reportedly worth upwards of US$600 million.
Vodafone Romania CEO Inaki Berroeta will replace Bill Morrow as the CEO of Vodafone Australia, commencing March 2014.
Australian ICT employers are bracing for what they expect will be more challenging market conditions this year, with workers increasingly feeling the pressure.
New developments in connected devices and smart apps will allow businesses to improve productivity and transform their interactions with consumers, Salesforce.com's Derek Laney predicts.
Lenovo plans to purchase IBM's x86 server business for a cash and stock package worth around US$2.3 billion dollars under a new definitive agreement between the two companies.
Many business intelligence (BI) tools present a 'one-size-fits-all' solution. But the BI tools of the future might look quite different.
Optus Business has picked up a five-year, $30m deal to manage engineering company UGL Limited's ICT systems and mobile fleet.
Victoria's technology ministry has called for consultation on the next stage of its ICT Strategy project, seeking feedback on ways to benefit from trends including mobility and cloud computing.
Frequent use of social networking is subconsciously causing users to reflect on their behaviour and improve themselves, Queensland researcher Dr Theresa Sauter argues.
Telstra has acquired network solutions provider O2 Networks in a deal reportedly worth $60 million.
Telstra's $454m sale of a 70% stake in Sensis is likely aimed at helping the company pursue its goal of growing through expansions into Asia, cloud services and new digital media.
Intel plans to cut its global headcount of around 107,000 by about 5% this year, equalling a total loss of more than 5000 jobs.
The next iteration of Microsoft's Windows is slated to ship in April 2015 and will likely be called Windows 9, according to supposed inside sources at the company.
Google this week announced it plans to purchase home automation company Nest Labs for US$3.2 billion in what pundits are labelling a move into the Internet of Things. Users, however, have raised privacy concerns about the purchase.
Defence has frozen a plan to bundle two IT outsourcing contracts into a "distributed computing" tender, and has instead extended an existing contract with Unisys in a $52m deal.