Complaints to Australia's Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman fell 17.8% during the final quarter of FY18 after consistently rising for the past three years.
Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Paul Allen has died of complications arising from non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma at age 65.
A new Sydney conference aims to bring together more than 350 innovators from around the world.
Rod Sims says the emerging data economy is bringing about a host of new issues for regulators worldwide, but the ACCC is well placed to take enforcement action as needed.
The 2018 Premier of Queensland's Exporter of the Year Award has been won by an electric vehicle charging company.
A code breach has led to Lycamobile paying a $12,600 penalty, after it failed to follow an ACMA direction.
A survey of companies in 10 markets including Australia found that 70% of projects to implement AI in digital commerce have been very or extremely successful.
An audit of 75 subcontractors to the company deploying the NZ Government-led Ultrafast Broadband network found that 73 are breaching employment standards.
Local Alipay transaction volumes surged 105% during the Golden Week Chinese holiday as Australian merchants capitalised on the influx of Chinese tourists.
The first International E-Waste Day will be held on 13 October to raise awareness about the responsible recycling of electronic waste.
New reforms will compel businesses to declare kickbacks they receive for product and service recommendations.
Data on the internet habits of Australians in 2018 has just been released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
Telstra is auditing its compliance with the Priority Assistance scheme after two critically ill customers were unable to use their landlines before their deaths.