Telstra, Australia's No. 1 telecommunications services provider, is allowing the government agencies to spy on its customers, secret documents obtained by Fairfax Media revealed.
Pierre Omidyar, chairman of eBay, has urged the government to show mercy towards "PayPal 14" - a group of hackers who had launched DDoS attacks on the online payment service.
TV host & celebrity Ryan Seacrest-funded Typo iPhone Keyboard is finally available for pre-order for $99, with a promise that the device will be released in by mid of January 2014.
The backlit Typo iPhone Keyboard connects to an Apple iPhone 5 or iPhone 5S using a Bluetooth connection. It can also be used as a case for the smartphone.
PlayJam's ultra-portable videogame console GameStick will host Ubisoft's Prince of Persia 2: The Shadow & the Flame in its proprietary online storefront by 31st of December.
Sameer Baroova, head of games division at PlayJam, announced the recently-hit deal with Ubisoft, saying the company was immensely proud that the widely popular franchise was coming to GameStick.
Google's Chrome OS camera app has received some very notable features, well-known developer François Beaufort announced through a new Google+ post.
Apple shares gained nearly 3 per cent on Tuesday amid optimism that the Cupertino, California-based tech giant would soon announce an important deal with China Mobile.
China Mobile is the biggest mobile phone carrier in China, with nearly 700 million active subscribers. But, this carrier doesn't sell Apple's widely popular iPhones yet.
In a bid to encourage people to make donations for various noble causes, Internet search giant Google is Tuesday, December 3, as `Giving Tuesday'.
Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple Inc. on Monday announced that it would not charge any fee for shipping products to buyers during the Christmas shopping season.
The company announced that it would provide free standard shipping on all orders placed through its online store by December 22. Late shoppers will reportedly be able to take advantage of no-cost next-day air shortly after the set date.
Reginald Anokwuru, a 15-year-old boy adolescent, from Texas perhaps scored the best Black Friday deal when a Houston car dealership sold him a car for just $1.
The Houston car dealership, Sterling McCall, sold a total of five cars at the special price of $1 during as part of its special Black Friday deal.
Pay TV giant Foxtel has finally announced that it would offer the eagerly-awaited "triple play" option of bundled Pay-TV, broadband and telephone services, to Australian consumers.
Little Prince George, the Royal baby, beat Apple's widely popular iPhone to grab the title of the most searched about in the Top 20 of everything section of Yahoo's 2013 Year in Review.
Two much-awaited game consoles, viz. Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4 (PS4), are finally available for purchase. While both consoles have been claiming supremacy over the other, let's make a quick comparison between the two.
In a bid to attract more buyers, Pebble has announced a discount of $20 on its smartwatch for Black Friday.
The Pebble smartwatch, which normally comes with a retail price tag of $149.99, is now available for just $129.99 from getpebble. com. The company has also announced that it would take three to five business days for ordered smartwatches to reach buyers' doorsteps.
Australia's Coalition government will likely not be able to achieve its set target of delivering 25 megabits per second (MBPS) broadband services to all households by 2016, as per a leaked confidential NBN Co document.
Citing a leaked document, Fairfax Media reported that there are many construction and technical issues that would not allow the coalition government to fulfill its NBN delivery promise.
The number of people being arrested by the police for drink-driving the "morning after" is on the increase, newly released figures suggest.
According to fresh figures, police arrested 363 people for drink-driving between 6am and 8am in 2012. The figure represents an increase of 4 per cent from the previous year's figure of 350.
India's competition watchdog has started an antitrust probe into Ericsson's business to determine whether the Swedish firm charges excessive and discriminatory royalties for its cellphone technology, as alleged by Micromax Informatics Ltd.
Sony's new games console PlayStation 4 (PS4) is attracting more prospective buyers than its rival Microsoft Xbox One, according to a fresh survey report by Nielsen.
Changes in the National Broadband Network (NBN) project's technology and rollout plans will force it to take a triple-whammy revenue hit, the Department of Communications has admitted.
A new online juror questionnaire posted on the website of a Georgia courthouse reportedly listed 'slave' as one of the occupation options.
New York State Police have now resorted to using tall SUVs (sports utility vehicles) to spot texting drivers.
Using a mobile device like smartphone to send or receive a text message or voice call behind the wheel is one of the main causes of accidents on roads as involving in such an activity while driving distracts attention.