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Australian publicly listed bitcoin mining company Digital CC Limited has said it will keep on mining despite the fluctuating value of the cryptocurrency, and wait until the bitcoin price increases.
Do Americans want to be forgotten? Plus another SSL flaw, the FBI, and credit card security [Government IT Week]
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After leaving AAPT in February, David Yuile has found himself a new job as managing director of Nextgen Networks.
Telstra is angling for greater digital intimacy with its customer base as it opens its new generation flagship Sydney store and leverages Salesforce cloud infrastructure to drive a customer-first strategy.
The Victorian government has forked out AU$6.65 million to hold on to the supercomputing facility that sits at the heart of its Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative, and is collocated with IBM's Research Collaboratory.
Port management software developer gains traction since spinning off its Wynyard forensic software unit.
The UK government is looking to extend the maximum jail term and also the time limit for prosecutions for abusive online communications from six months to three years.
In one of our longest podcasts ever, Kevin and I covered a huge number of new mobile devices. We are excited about current and future products in the mobile space.
Big Blue is set to make a major announcement later today, US time, with reports that IBM will pay $1.5 billion to part with its chip business.
Users in China will seemingly be allowed to talk about more sensitive topics, but will be less aware of the censorship system.
Giving customers the ability to switch telcos without having to go through the hassle of changing SIMs will be a massive wake-up call to the mobile telcos.
Work is under way to bring the National Broadband Network to 200,000 homes and businesses in NSW and Queensland as the national trail enters a new phase, the company has said.
The days of highly integrated, one-brand-fits-all computing are ending fast, and the challenge for the offcuts is to succeed where their lineage failed. But is the biggest split yet to come?
Apple's iPhone remains the most popular camera on Flickr. The new models can capture content in even more creative ways so let's take a closer look at some methods.
The news of iOS was all about the new iPads this week, including a rare leak from none other than Apple.
A new Chromebook 2 configuration features a Bay Trail Celeron processor instead of Samsung's Exynos chip, while Dell's Chromebook 11 gets a Core i3 Haswell CPU option.
M8 for fitness tracking, improved rear camera, and thinness over battery capacity? Bringing iPhone specs and features to the iPad makes little sense. Here's why.
New Nexus devices hit this week and they are a nice step forward in Google’s product line. Lollipop showed up and brings Android into the modern age.
A non-patch security update for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 was causing systems to reboot. It's been a rough few months for Microsoft's update quality control.