A surge in Galaxy smartphone sales fuelled earnings at Samsung Electronics to a record high in the first quarter.
The US communications regulator has asked Apple and AT&T to explain the decision to reject an application developed by Google for the iPhone.
Microsoft's chief operating officer has revealed the software maker is planning to open a string of retail stores "right next door to Apple" later this year.
Julian Lee MARKETING EDITOR WOOLWORTHS insists its new logo is a stylised W, or a piece of fresh produce; Apple thinks it is an apple, and the California-based technology company wants to stop Australia's largest retailer from...
Adam Turner With just a little bit of effort and carefully clever passwords, you can protect yourself from hackers.
Ben Grubb NATHANIEL CAREW makes a living protecting computer systems. In his spare time, he hacks into Google.
Carolyn Cummins DOTCOMS are back. A decade after they fled from their large, funky offices leaving North Sydney a ghost town, they are now back filling the office void caused by the shrinking corporate sector.
Chalpat Sonti A Perth man has developed software to help victims of laptop thefts track the whereabouts of their machines.
Jon Swaine A school authority has agreed to pay $US610,000 ($621,000) after admitting it spied on pupils in their homes through the cameras on their laptop computers.
As more people switch from traditional cell phones to smart phones, worries have increased that users will fall prey to the same virus and malware problems that can plague personal computers.
Louisa Hearn It's not often you read the words Microsoft and innovation in the same sentence these days, which is odd for a company with one of the biggest research laboratories in the world.
Julia Talevski Staying away from the office without getting the full extent of what's happening day-to-day in the business is a frightening thought for many small-business owners. But not for Paul Dane.
One week after the apparent suicide of a Chinese factory worker accused of stealing a carefully guarded Apple iPhone prototype, one question remains unanswered: what happened to the missing phone?
Website design is more than animated spinning logos, embarrassing soundtracks and an inappropriate use of scrolling marquees and blinking text.
With more Macs installed globally, laying traps for Mac users is now more worth their while.