Dina Bass Operating system upgrade has a custom application store and added security, seeking to woo businesses that shunned the previous version as confusing.
Jenneth Orantia New things are afoot at BlackBerry. Last week, it launched the new Passport handset at simultaneous events in Toronto, London and Dubai, marking an important phase in the company's return to profitability.
Sylvia Pennington Four months after the federal government announced it would withdraw annual funding of around $45 million, Australia's largest technology research outfit is talking up its prospects.
Australian Dropbox expansion; Bigcommerce launches big analytics for small business, Windows 9 on the way and more.
Seth Fiegerman Company responds to users' desire to bring their physical notes into the digital world and share them with their contacts.
Denni Hu and Jordan Robertson Internet security company Symantec has appointed Michael Brown as chief executive officer, capping a six-month search that followed the firing of Steve Bennett in March.
BlackBerry's plans to unveil a square-screened smartphone are further emphasising CEO John Chen's shift away from the consumer market toward business and professional users.
Rose Powell Chris Strode never dreamed he would build a global start-up valued at more than $US100 million when he was helping his parents around their family’s caravan park in Albury-Wodonga.
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Ben Grubb Australian technology entrepreneur and former Victorian MP Evan Thornley says he "stuffed up" when he remarked at a Sydney technology start-up conference that he paid women less than men.
Keith Bradsher, Paul Mozur As part of a broad campaign to tighten internal security, the Chinese government has draped a darker shroud over Internet communications in recent weeks, a situation that has made it more difficult for Google and its customers to do business.
Ian King As Larry Ellison steps down as chief executive officer of Oracle, he closes a chapter in a career filled with aggressive competition, flamboyant spending and spectacular profits.
Julie Power Insurance company AAMI is bucking the trend by offering more call-centre employees the chance to work from home.
Sholto Macpherson When Nico Minelli decided to help his aunt record her baby's first years, pulling out a video camera seemed a little old-fashioned.
Bill Rigby The moves are part of CEO Satya Nadella's goal of cutting 18,000 staff, or about 14 per cent of its workforce.
Paul Mozur The Japanese electronics giant Sony said Wednesday that it expected to post a loss of more than $2 billion for the fiscal year, almost five times larger than it previously forecast, exposing signs of serious wear in its mobile unit.