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Lia is Foreign News Editor at Fairfax Media. She was previously Technology Editor across all Fairfax titles.
Lia Timson Lord mayor Robert Doyle says the Victorian capital has the economic pillars needed to sustain business growth.
Lia Timson Already World Champions, Sunday's winners Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg want to use biometrics to improve further.
Lia Timson Lockheed Martin, missile maker, aerospace giant and defence contractor wants to be known for something else.
Lia Timson Victoria Police has awarded a $164 million technology contract to private Australian company Kinetic IT and away from incumbent giants IBM and Fujitsu.
Lia Timson At 24 he took on Samsung and LG, selling TV sets from the same Chinese factories at a fraction of the price of the big brands.
Lia Timson Amidst claims and denials that Tuesday's Facebook and Instagram outage was the result of a DDoS attack by a hacker group, a new report finds attacks on websites are growing with no sign of abating.
Marc Moncrief, Lia Timson The new roof that spans Margaret Court arena does more than keep out the weather. Built into the gantries that surround the sliding ceiling are Wi-Fi antennas that beam web access to every ticket...
Lia Timson Cloud computing is growing at an incredible pace in Australia, but, if not careful, companies risk adding unnecessary complexity to their IT systems.
Lia Timson Forget Facebook, Yammer, Chatter and Slack, office workers now have a chance to air their grievances and gossip via an anonymous social network app designed just for them.
Lia Timson NBN Co plans to make its satellites available to Qantas and Virgin Australia to offer in-flight internet access for passengers.
Lia Timson The death of email has been predicted many times, but the oft hated means of communication continues to dominate and frustrate the corporate way of life.
Lia Timson He readily admits not having much of a life outside work, but that is about to change for Sam Chandler, single, 34, former high-school entrepreneur from Tasmania turned Silicon Valley darling.
Lia Timson This time, scammers are sending emails to unsuspecting Australians claiming to be from the NSW Office of State Revenue chasing an unpaid speed fine.
Lia Timson Dell has announced it has opened two new data centres, located in Sydney and Melbourne.
Lia Timson Despite persistent predictions for the demise of desktops in the wake of tablet's rising popularity, sales of PCs are still growing, at least for hardware maker turned one-stop-shop Dell.
Lia Timson The praise for the federal government-commissioned school curriculum review has not been shared by the technology sector.
Lia Timson Aussie company opens US office, demand for iPhone 6 fuels grey market in China, and executives relying on gut instinct for big decisions.
Lia Timson NBN Co has said an internal document detailing results of a fibre-to-the-premises deployment trial was written by a well-meaning member of staff but was misguided.
Lia Timson Indian outsourcer and systems integrator Infosys is gunning for a large slice of the Australian government sector hoping it will soon account for a third of its revenue.
Lia Timson German software developer SAP has committed an extra $60 million to its Australian installations, unveiling a new mission control centre and innovation lab in Melbourne.