Telstra has begun spruiking bundled broadband data plans with Acer laptops to its business customers.
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Defective by Design.org has <a href="http://www.defectivebydesign.org/ipad">slammed the iPad</a> just hours after its release, saying its "iBad for freedom".
Hackers exploited an unpatched vulnerability in Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) browser to break into some of the firms targeted in a widespread attack that compromised Google's and Adobe's corporate networks last year and earlier this month, McAfee said today.
A week before Adobe is scheduled to patch a critical vulnerability in its popular PDF software, hackers are actively exploiting the bug with both targeted and large-scale attacks, a security researcher said today.
Owners of Apple's 27in iMac have reported that the firmware update released earlier this week has not solved their flickering display problems, according to Apple's own support forum.
A computer system used by airline pilots to file flight plans in the U.S. was not working properly this morning, according to news reports by CNN and ABC News.
iPhone users will be the first to gain access to a new video streaming service running over Telstra’s NextG network.
Mozilla plans to let people running rivals' browsers use Firefox's new plug-in update service, company officials said today.
Telstra (ASX:TLS) has described a proposed bill to separate the telco's business operations as "unnecessary" in a submission to a Senate inquiry into the Telecommunications Legislation Amendment (Competition and Consumer Safeguards) Bill 2009.
The company in charge of rolling out the National Broadband Network (NBN) in Tasmania has announced Corning Cable Systems Pty Ltd will provide fibre optic cable for the construction of the infrastructure project.
Amazon is to make Kindle available in Australia following a US-only availability for the e-book reader since its launch.
Technical faults and an overloaded ticketing system have forced organisers of the Big Day Out festival to hold a second Sydney show.
Hewlett-Packard Co. introduced a half-dozen new notebook PCs today, including a luxury line that bears a striking resemblance to Apple Inc.'s laptops.
The heads of five of Australia’s top Internet and telecommunications companies have joined forces to call for a pro-competitive approach towards the National Broadband Network (NBN).
Payment service company mHITs has officially rolled out its school canteen SMS payment service, Easy Canteen, which allows parents to pay for their children’s lunch order by SMS text message.