The most common way for consumers to access the internet is via mobile handsets, according to a new ACCC data report about internet activity.
Australians prefer digital catalogues over hard copy ones when it comes to window shopping, according to new research.
A safe data superhighway is under construction by a team of researchers at the Australian National University (ANU).
New data from GSMA Intelligence suggests that the global Internet of Things (IoT) market will be worth $1.1 trillion in revenue by 2025.
To capitalise on IoT's potential, firms must be agile enough to forecast their customers' needs before they even know it.
A new report reveals that 80% of the world's internet users are now active on social media, with two-thirds of Australians spending almost 100 minutes on social media platforms every day.
Queensland is searching for faster and cheaper internet options, exploring the use of spare capacity on publicly owned optical fibre networks.
A new inquiry will look into the impact of global internet-based competition on Australian businesses.
Internet neutrality and freedom of speech are under threat by Donald Trump's administration, according to a QUT academic.
The inventor of the World Wide Web has received the 2016 ACM A.M. Turing Award.
The Tasman Global Access cable, which runs between Raglan and Sydney, is now operational.
The federal government and SpeedCast have partnered to ensure that Christmas Island residents can connect to the internet through their previous accounts.
A coalition of advocacy groups has joined forces to focus on improving communications services for consumers and businesses in rural areas.
While Australian millennials are driving online shopping, older generations are not far behind, according to a Pitney Bowes global online shopping study.
Commonwealth Bank and Alipay will collaborate to make it easier for Australian customers to pay for goods over Alibaba's e-commerce websites, and to let Chinese tourists use Alipay in Australian brick-and-mortar stores.