The office of Gavin Newsom, governor of California, said ventilators Elon Musk promised to donate have yet to arrive at hospitals. The Tesla CEO claims hospitals have received the medical equipment.
The consumer version of Google+ will be shut down soon.
The gaming industry is big business in the U.S., contributing an estimated US$240 billion to the economy each year, while generating $38 billion in tax revenues and supporting 17 million jobs.
As Google marks its 20th birthday, its success seems so well known and so often repeated that it runs like a myth. But Google needs to examine where it has failed and face some serious challenges if it wants the next 20 years to be anywhere near as successful.
Telstra was ordered to pay $10 million in penalties for charging customers content they did not want on Wednesday.
Tragic fatalities are raising overdue questions about whether people and places will be ready when driverless car technology moves from beta-testing to a full-throttled rollout.
Hello Games is not ready to throw in the towel yet and will continue to release updates for "No Man's Sky."
An Israeli start-up company, Otonomo, was competing with Google and Apple in monetising personal data within the car industry.
Apple has been reportedly considering a bid in Toshiba's chip business.
The metadata law grace period ended on Thursday enforcing telecommunication companies in Australia to comply with the retention scheme.
TPG Telecom has entered the mobile network market in Australia after securing premium spectrum in the 700 MHz band at a government auction.
Qantas inflight Wi-Fi has now switched on for customers travelling through the airline's Boeing 737-800 aircraft.
YouTube has announced its new policy that would protect video creators.
‘Revenge porn’ issue: Facebook's photo-matching software to stop re-sharing of reported photos; One-stop destination created
Facebook is cracking down on “revenge porn” big time. It’s taking a series of steps to stop such images from spreading. The steps also include a process wherein Facebook will prevent users from reposting intimate images shared without the subject’s consent.
Telstra has announced two assistance packages for its Northern Queensland customers affected by Cyclone Debbie.
Optus Business has announced that it would support EnergyAustralia's telecommunications needs through its new expanded telecommunications and managed-services agreement.
Optus Business and Cisco has collaborated to create a smart workplace and to accelerate digital transformation on businesses and government organisations in Australia.
Airbus has launched a one-of-a-kind online booking tool that allows users to choose the type of aircraft they wanted.
Tesla founder Elon Musk has replied to the 10-year-old schoolgirl's letter through a tweet sent by her father.
NBN announced on Tuesday that its Fibre-to-the-Curb (FTTC) technology would roll out to 700,000 homes in the suburbs of Melbourne and Sydney.
Telstra and Ericsson have teamed up for Australia's LTE-Broadcast (LTE-B) to further enhance the mobile video customer experience.
Telstra has collaborated with Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) and Message Xchange to perform an Australia's first end-to-end electronic invoicing experiment.
Optus has launched the 4.5G network in preparation for its 5G technology.
Yahoo and Verizon finally agreed to close their pending deal but the acquisition price has been discounted by US$350 million (AU$455 million).
Apple Inc.'s current market value costs US$699 billion (AU$909 billion), placing the company on top with a closing stock at US$133.29 (AU$173.46) per share.
Nokia and Apple are trading lawsuits over international patent dispute. A day after Apple filed lawsuits against other companies it accused of colluding with Nokia, the Finnish company filed lawsuits against the Cupertino-based tech giant on Wednesday, alleging that the iPhone-maker has infringed dozens of its patents.
Amazon has introduced an advanced grocery store where customers can buy products without standing in the checkout lines. This is possible with the help of the Amazon Go app, which keeps a track of the products being removed from a shelf and kept back.
Apple, most popularly known for its smartphones, laptops, and other electronic devices, has been rumoured to be joining the car-making industry with its first self-driving car to be released in 2019.
Optus announced on Thursday that it has successfully secured a fund to build 114 new mobile sites in the second round of Mobile Black Spots Program of the federal government.
The iPhone maker sues manufacturers of fake and dangerous Apple-labelled products sold on Amazon, seeking millions of dollars in damages.
Optus is collaborating with Nokia to launch a 5G network in Australia. The second largest telco in the country and the Finnish communications company have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to work on a 5G research that they hoped to eventually overhaul Optus’ existing 4G network.
Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California have revealed that e-cigarettes are not as healthy as some people think. They emit harmful chemicals with certain models emitting more chemicals than others.
Google's Project Fi has boosted its speed and the access of high-speed data when you travel internationally
University of Western Australia (UWA) researchers have given the Shark Shield a green signal, which comes as a relief to divers and surfers after the recent spate of shark attacks in Australia.