Myer's chief information officer was recently elevated to the top job, but he's in a very small minority.
South Australia's start-up support initiatives give funding to system that foils armed hold-ups by locking the shop doors to suspicious people.
Mechanical engineer comes up with a way to put learning about building and electronics into a familiar context.
Sylvia Pennington 11:11 AM Myer's CIO was recently elevated to the top job, but he's in a very small minority.
Sylvia Pennington South Australia's start-up support initiatives give funding to system that foils armed hold-ups by locking the shop doors to suspicious people.
Pavel Alpeyev and Takashi Amano Google's key ally in its challenge to the smartphone status quo is a company that Apple's iPhone drove out of the market.
Stuart Corner As an ASX listed company, Bulletproof offers one of the few insights into the financials of the expanding Australian cloud computing market.
Stathi Paxinos Mechanical engineer Alice Brooks has come up with a way to put learning about building and electronics into a context most six-year-old girls will appreciate.
Brian X. Chen It’s official: Google wants to offer a wireless service, but not like just any other phone carrier.
Sylvia Pennington The technology industry can expect less talk of outsourcing and a greater focus on local jobs and innovation as the Labor party takes the reins in Queensland.
Beverley Head Sydney optometrist Stephen Mason should know soon if his cornea-based biometric technology can be successfully commercialised.
Women in tech
Josie Ensor Reddit CEO is suing former employer, an influential venture capital firm, for US$16 million in back pay and future earnings.
Andrew Colley The federal government has moved quickly to accept all the recommendations of a parliamentary committee, rendering parliamentary debate redudant.
Sylvia Pennington Some mature ICT professionals are refusing to let age hold them back or stand in the way of their start-up dreams.
Tony Capaccio The top US intelligence official confirmed for the first time that Iran was behind a cyber attack against the Las Vegas Sands Corp. last year.
Women in Tech
Sylvia Pennington You're a 40-something entrepreneur with a list of achievements after your name. What next?
Michael Liedtke Another skirmish brewing in the battle of smartphones.
Anthony Deutsch, Jim Finkle Hackers that stole banking info by hijacking more than 3 million computers worldwide hit by European counter-op.
Andrew Chung Federal jury finds Apple's iTunes software infringed three patents owned by patent licensing firm Smartflash.
Beverley Head Australia should extend the mining sector's No Liability corporate structure to technology start-ups, according to serial entrepreneur and tech-sector investor Tony Surtees.
Mark Hosenball The FBI is shining a torch on intelligence linking cyber attacks to countries' political motivations.