Telstra has announced Christmas and New Year embargo periods to protect its network against outages during the busiest period of the year. What does this mean for your business and what should you do if your phone fails during the holiday season?
First it was the old copper PSTN lines making way for the NBN. Next comes the enforced disconnection of ISDN lines which will begin in September 2019.
It's like an early Christmas present,,,Amazon.com has stopped geoblocking Australians from accessing its much larger US site.
[UPDATED] Apple has cut production of its three new iPhones - the XS, XS Max and XR - due to lower than expected demand, but insists XR is its best selling iPhone ever.
We have surpassed digital transformation and need to move into a new mindset of "ContinuousNext" says Gartner.
Robocop meets Back to the Future... Dubai's police force has added to its flamboyant law enforcement vehicle fleet - which already boasts a Lamborghini and Ferrari - with the Surf3 hoverbike.
Apple has admitted hardware quality issues with the iPhone X and some 13-inch MacBook Pro laptops; and offered free fixes.
The NSW government is on a hiring blitz, aiming to recruit more than 30 digital experts to work on cross-government collaborations for digital service delivery.
"If Elon listens to her, he'll be way more successful" says Sun Microsystems co-founder on learning of Robyn Denham's move from Telstra CFO to chair of Tesla Inc.
Samsung has once again trumped Apple innovation by unveiling the world's first foldable smartphone screen - the Infinity Flex - at its annual Samsung Developers' Conference.