Elizabeth Weise and Kevin Johnson 5:35 AM The FBI confirmed on Friday that North Korea was behind the cyber attacks on Sony Pictures.
Peter Baker The United States is weighing up how it should react to the cyberattack on Sony Pictures, an official says, while Sony executives apparently thought the offending film was "desperately unfunny".
Telstra has secured a contract to provide planning and design for the national broadband network worth up to $390 million.
Ben Grubb So much has happened since hackers began publishing data stolen from Sony Pictures Entertainment's computer network late November, it's hard to keep up.
Matthew Hall Despite high profile damaging data breaches, a clear strategy for cybersecurity remains elusive.
Dan Levine Claims that Google's Android rules restrict competing apps and therefore raise the price of phones are speculative and need more facts, judge says.
David E. Sanger, Nicole Perlroth US intelligence officials have concluded that the North Korean government was "centrally involved" in the recent attacks on Sony Pictures' computers,
The latest anonymous post claiming to be from hacking group Guardians of Peace appears to contain links to thousands of Sony Pictures CEO Michael Lynton's email.
Stuart Corner Cyber attacks are costing large Australian enterprises up to $8.3 million a year, but the real costs could be much higher.
Beverley Head Australia's top ranking university thinks it will take more than celebrity lecturers such as Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak to attract postgraduate entrepreneurs.
Paul Mozur, Shanshan Wang In China, the smartphone battle used to be Samsung versus Apple. But not anymore.
Stuart Corner Cellular networks, internet of things, virtualisation... Nokia still has much to look forward to according to Ray Owen.
Paul Budde While we can argue Australia will have a second-rate version of a National Broadband Network, the reality is that with the new $11 billion deal with Telstra inked, this will be as good as it will get for the foreseeable future.
The 3.6 metre long remote-controlled Yamaha helicopter will be equipped with two 10 litre tanks of herbicide.
Jonathan Weisman, Paul Mozur Geneva talks on technology trade collapsed in acrimony, a sign that China is still unwilling to open its markets to competition where it is most vulnerable.
Old Telstra and Optus pay-TV cables will be used to roll out the National Broadband Network quicker and cheaper, Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull says.
Drew Turney Titanium has been talked about everywhere from 3D printing and heavy industrial parts to the cyborg exoskeleton in the 1987 film Robocop, now moves are afoot to establish a new refining process that could make Australia a titanium leader.
A trillion dollar deal at the World Trade Organisation to reduce tariffs in the vast information technology sector may not come off.
Jordan Robertson and Michael Riley A pipeline blast near a Turkish town in 2008 was probably one of the first shots in the cyberwar era, US intelligence officials say.
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.
Women in tech
Hannah Francis Software engineering is about to face a serious skills shortage, and Tracy Chou knows where to find the right candidates.
Brandon Bailey Retail and aviation apps among the new offerings from Apple and IBM for business customers.
Sylvia Pennington Technology education from early years will enable future generation of wealth creators, former Young Australian of the Year Marita Cheng says.
Jessica Guynn Apple and Amazon, two of technology's most powerful companies, are refusing to release US data on the diversity of their workforces.
Matthew Hall Steve Huffman has some regrets about selling Reddit when he did.
Rose Powell Online petition site Change.org is in the business of social change but unlike many of their fellow social change campaigners battling budget cuts, it's turning out to be a remarkably profitable.
A Chinese government news portal has released a photo of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg with a copy of Chinese President Xi Jinping's book on governance at his desk while hosting a top internet regulator from China, known for tight censorship.
Hannah Francis He makes a living selling you bargains you don't need, now Gabby Leibovich has put $20 million into robots to speed up your orders.
Beverley Head Executives and public servants afraid of putting their documents on an overseas cloud have been assured their data will not leave Australia after March.
Amy Remeikis Police Commissioner Ian Stewart sees the future of Queensland policing looking a lot like Robocop.
Geoff Lewis The idea that failures are to be valued and not feared is discouraging start-ups and their founders from believing in their visions.
Choe Sang-Hun North Korea has denied responsibility for hacking the computers of Sony Pictures but appeared to relish the cyberattack that crippled the computer systems of the Hollywood company, which is set to release a comedy involving an assassination attempt of its leader, Kim Jong Un.