A new tool introduced by Google lets users personalize across devices what ads they see on the company's and third-party sites, which may also be a bounty for advertisers who could get some more accurate targeting.
Fuji Xerox Australia has appointed Sunil Gupta as its new managing director, replacing Neil Whittaker, who left the company in May.
Telstra’s CEO says the telco will spend $250 million on network improvements (a figure that includes $50 million the telco previously announced it would spend on improving its mobile network's resilience).
Former VMware Americas senior vice-president and general manager, Peter McKay, has joined Veeam as its president and chief operating officer.
Australian Cloud contact centre provider, ipSCAPE, has appointed Oliver Clarke as the company’s chief operating officer.
Services company, TAS, has appointed Neil Gamble as its new chairman.
Vocus has entered into a binding agreement to purchase Nextgen Networks in a deal which will add 17,000 kilometres of fibre cable to the company’s infrastructure portfolio.
Hackers are stealing credit card information in Europe with malware that can spoof the user interfaces of Uber, WhatsApp and Google Play.
Robots are already no strangers to the legal profession thanks to tools like LawGeex, but recently one has emerged that appears to be a sort of "Robin Hood" of the modern world.
Before you throw away that old hard drive, make sure you purge the memory clean. A new study has found that most users are accidentally giving up photos, social security numbers and financial data, by failing to properly delete the files on their recycled hard drives.
Cisco Systems just cast a vote of confidence in one of the technologies that might get your next IoT device online. On Tuesday, the company announced gateways between LoRaWAN low-power wireless networks and fatter pipes like Ethernet cables.
Microsoft will revamp the notification of a pending Windows 10 upgrade so that clicking the red "X" will no longer authorize the process.
A U.S. senator has stalled an intelligence budget bill over concerns that it would expand surveillance while limiting oversight of it.
New Chrome extensions make it easier to save content privately to Facebook and share it publicly, marking the social networking giant encroaching on Pinterest's territory.
The technology industry's e-waste problem isn't expected to go away anytime soon, but IBM just made a discovery that could help.
After a year on the market, Microsoft’s Sway presentation software has received features that are only available to paying customers, alongside a host of updates to its productivity service.
Attackers have compromised more than 25,000 digital video recorders and CCTV cameras and are using them to launch distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against websites.
European Union rules for electronic signatures change on Friday to make a clear distinction between the identity of the person signing, and that of the authority guaranteeing the integrity of the data, but the technology needs to be still simpler, vendors say.
Cisco today said it would make its fifth acquisition of the year by acquiring cyber security provider CloudLock for $293 million.
Microsoft's Outlook.com is used by some 400 million users around the world, so it's only natural that Salesforce wants its own software to play nicely with it. On Tuesday, the CRM giant announced a big step in that direction.
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