Tony Brown None of the NBN rollout targets - on either side of politics - look achievable, says Tony Brown.
We are a long way from having adequate funding to foster the ideas and start-ups springing up in Australia, writes Jonathan Barouch.
Chris Taylor Give away the razor handles, make money on the razor blades. Apple has adopted the exact opposite business model.
A US-led coalition has controlled internet policy for three decades, but moves are afoot for a new fightback arrangement in light of recent mass surveillance revelations, writes Sandy Plunkett.
Twitter picked New York, Freelancer.com picked Sydney. What is the right path for aspiring Australian tech giants? Nick Abrahams weighs up the options.
A review of Australia's rules regarding crowdfunding has begun. Nick Abrahams and Daniel Johnson say its acceptance is paramount for the digital economy.
Adele Ferguson The biggest certainty facing the NBN is that it will undergo a complete metamorphosis in the next 12 months.
The Coalition has 100 days to maximise the outcome of the NBN, warns Paul Budde.
Lia Timson A lot happened in technology on Wednesday. Here is a summary.
Stephen Hutcheon Microsoft's dysfunctional corporate culture means it may ultimately suffer the same fate as Nokia.
America excels at producing serial entrepreneurs, but now they are looking at ours. Nick Abrahams explains why.
Suzanne Campbell OPINION: The boss of one of the IT industry's largest associations tells Australia to take our need to innovate seriously or miss a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Rhys Evans Microsoft's focus on the consumer market with Windows 8 left enterprise users in the lurch. That should change with Windows 8.1.
Tony Brown Malcolm Turnbull is talking up the potential of G.Fast for the NBN rollout. Tony Brown says it's not a silver bullet.
Thomas Rid Critical infrastructure such as power plants and chemical factories is dangerously vulnerable to attack by hackers.
Richard Earl Australia has failed to foster an environment that encourages creativity, argues Richard Earl.
Teresa Corbin The backlash by industry groups against long-overdue data breach reporting laws would be worrying if it wasn’t so predictable, says consumer advocate Teresa Corbin.
Abz Sharma and David Grant Steve Ballmer is no closer to turning around the company’s ailing fortunes than he was 12 months ago, argue two University of Sydney academics.
Is more government red tape in the form of mandatory data breach reporting the fix for privacy protection? Jodie Sangster replies to Federal Attorney-General Mark Dreyfuss.