Google Australia has gone the way of its UK counterparts and chosen to blur the faces of people caught on camera in the local version of its Street View service, launched today.
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Research In Motion is hoping to further its advance in the consumer handset market with the launch of its BlackBerry Bold 3G smartphone
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has rapped Fairfax Digital over the knuckles for misleading customers over the use of the term 'free' in conjunction with a mobile phone property listing on its Domain real estate site.
A systems failure at Amazon's S3 hosted storage service this morning has affected a host of Web 2.0 applications such as Twitter and SumgMug, which are dependent on it for the delivery of their applications.
NSW's RailCorp has put out a call to third parties interested in keeping a watchful eye on its ICT outsourcing contract with Fujitsu.
eBay has pulled the pin on its controversial plan that would have forced all Australian users into using PayPal.
A touch screen device that aims to address the issue of social isolation in Australia's elderly population, is nearing commercial rollout.
The Seven Media Group has announced that Harvey Norman will have the exclusive rights to sell TiVo when it launches in Australia on July 29.
Experience pays. And if you are an IT Director/CIO, Program Manager or Enterprise Architect, then quite handsomely so, according to a new report issued by an IT recruiter.
Apple's first Australian retail store, which opens Thursday evening, will be the second largest of its 215 stores across the globe, the company revealed today.
Foxtel will officially launch its new high definition television service on Sunday night when it broadcasts the Socceroos World Cup qualifying match against China in Sydney.
Six months paid maternity leave is one way to curb the high female churn rates in the engineering field, claims the Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists and Managers Australia.
CSC has been a dominant part of the Australian IT services landscape for the past four decades years. Sadly, the man who first took control of the business will no longer be able to see it enter its fifth decade.
The Convention on Cybercrime is the work of the Council of Europe and is aimed at facilitating international cooperation in the investigation and prosecution of computer crimes. Since the Convention came into being in 2001, the COE has been working to address the growing international concern over the threats posed by hacking and other computer-related crimes.
The Australian Taxation Office is on top of its game when it comes to information security, an independent investigation has found.