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Lia has written on consumer and business technology for Fairfax Media since 2001. She edits Digital Life, Technology and IT Pro across all Fairfax titles.
Internet of Things
Lia Timson Next time you get stuck at a train station escalator, spare a thought for the way everything will be connected to everything in the future.
Internet of Things
Lia Timson Microsoft is touting faster processing and new tools as a way to reason over big data.
Lia Timson The company tasked with building faster internet for Australia has moved to protect its own turf when it comes to servicing apartment blocks and office buildings.
Lia Timson Australian small businesses are split about the NBN and unsure if faster internet speeds will improve their lot.
Lia Timson German computer programmer Robin Seggelman is the man whose coding mistake, now known as Heartbleed, has left millions of internet users and thousands of websites vulnerable to hackers.
Lia Timson BlackBerry is hoping a new focus on consultancy services and software will prove the right strategic move for the smartphone brand that has fallen out of favour with users worldwide.
Lia Timson The NSW Electoral Commission has chosen Spanish vendor Scytl to provide electronic voting software for the 2015 NSW election, on what could be the first occasion the public is allowed to vote via the...
Lia Timson iiNet's CEO Michael Malone has quit the ISP he founded two decades ago because he could no longer see himself sitting at his desk "9 to 5".
Lia Timson Female quotas are a necessary evil to guarantee enough women rise to the top echelon of business and public life in Australia, according to a panel of female technology and business leaders.
Lia Timson Malcolm Turnbull has commissioned a fifth audit of the national broadband network since coming to office in September.
Lia Timson Australia's Privacy Commissioner is investigating the security breach that saw the private information of 10,000 asylum seekers made public online.
Lia Timson The Coalition lied about cost blowouts to the NBN in order to win votes, claims opposition communications spokesman Jason Clare.
Lia Timson Australians should have the same right to creative content as citizens of the US and be free to innovate using technology, says Jason Clare.
Lia Timson The private sector should determine the future economic benefits Australia can draw from the NBN: Paul Fletcher.
Lia Timson Forget getting back to the station. Police officers in South Australia will now be able to scan suspected criminals' fingerprints on the spot.
Lia Timson In a surprise move, Australia's chief information officer Glenn Archer is leaving the public service on Monday.
Lia Timson Microsoft may be on track to achieve the corporate transformation its departing chief executive Steve Ballmer promised last year.
Lia Timson The man hired by Vodafone to turn its business around will now be in charge of turning the NBN into a profitable enterprise.
Lia Timson NAB plans to allow new customers to open accounts online from next year, as the bank begins to adopt technology it has been trialling in its UBank subsidiary.
Lia Timson There's a buzz in the air akin to an art exhibition opening. It's the latest data centre launch. Really.