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Web development, network management and security professionals were watching the census 'train wreck' on Tuesday with great interest.
Microsoft's offer of a free upgrade to Windows 10 has now ended, and 300 million devices are now running it. This week, a major update called the 'Anniversary Update' is available.
Ellen Fanning is joined by RN Breakfast's Technology Editor, Peter Marks, to talk about GovHack.
Ellen Fanning is joined by RN Breakfast's Technology Editor, Peter Marks to talk all things tech.
The issue of balancing a user's privacy with public interest and national security is rocking the IT industry.
2016 looks set to be the year of internet-connected home devices, often called the 'Internet of things', or I-o-T.
Remember the days when you bought a new phone and had to pop open a little door on the case and drop in a piece of plastic sent to you by your mobile carrier?
Tech giant Apple is loudly objecting to a court order directing the company to assist the FBI in getting past the iPhone's security features.
Did you buy a coffee this morning? And did you give your change as a tip to the barista?
It's quarterly earnings season for US tech giants, with Apple and Google's results this week adding to those from Microsoft and Amazon last week.
Have you tried augmented-reality glasses?
China is being blamed for a major cyber attack on the computers at the Bureau of Meteorology, which has compromised sensitive systems across the Federal Government.
This week in parliament, Malcolm Turnbull called for a measured security response to the Paris attacks.
Times are hard for print media, as the online sphere continues to erode their readership.
Today Microsoft will open its first flagship store outside of North America.
Artificial intelligence has been a part of science fiction for almost 100 years.
Twitter has become part of many people's daily lives—but it's not even ten years old.
There no denying that a major shift in television is underway, with viewers moving from broadcast TV towards video on-demand services.
This week, in the largest technology acquisition in history, PC maker Dell has agreed to buy storage and cloud business EMC for $67 billion USD.
We've heard a lot this year about Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows 10.
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