Tim Biggs The FBI has reportedly raided the home of a new whistleblower, working for a US contracting firm, thought to have been inspired by Edward Snowden.
Sylvia Pennington The Brisbane City Council is continuing its technology outsourcing push planning to contract out the management of two data centres and a fibre-optic network next year.
National Broadband Network complaints are on the rise, with consumers often unsure about who's responsible for fixing their problem.
Henry Belot Landline telephones in up to 2700 homes and businesses in Ngunnawal and Amaroo will be disconnected from Thursday.
Richard Baker and Nick McKenzie Victoria's corruption watchdog is running a secret investigation involving past and present senior education bureaucrats and a botched $180 million schools computer project.
goCatch catches investors; Australian executives underestimate big data's potential; taxpayers to pay for ATO's iPads and iPhones, and more.
Work is under way to eventually bring the national broadband network to 200,000 homes and businesses in NSW and Queensland, as a construction trial enters a new phase, the company said.
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation warned US businesses on Wednesday that hackers it believes to be backed by the Chinese government have recently launched attacks on US companies.
Beverley Head Distance remains enemy number one in attempts to bridge Australia's digital divide. Come the wet season, green mould will be a close second.
Paresh Dave Finland's prime minister is pointing to Apple Inc. for sinking two of his country's biggest export industries into the ground.
David Ramli Australians are demanding faster internet speeds and downloading more data through their broadband services than ever before.
Andrew E. Kramer President Vladimir Putin appeared on Wednesday to throw his support behind a plan to isolate the Russian internet from the rest of the World Wide Web, but without censorship.
David Ramli The federal government has rejected recommendations from its own panel to sell parts of the national broadband network and open it up to competition.
Matthew Knott The company running the NBN should stop charging the same amounts for all Australians to access high-speed broadband, final cost-benefit analysis said.
Telcos should not be allowed to strike lucrative deals with bandwidth-hungry content providers such as Netflix and Google to provide them with quicker internet access, the incoming EU telecoms commissioner has said.
Sylvia Pennington The AIIA, the high tech sector's peak body, has accused the federal government of turning its back on the digital economy and e-government initiatives.