Vodafone is the second British telecommunications company in two weeks to be on the receiving end of a serious hack.
After years of secret closed-door negotiations, the full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership has finally been revealed, shedding light on how the technology world will change under the massive trade deal.
The Investigatory Powers Bill, known by critics as "the Snooper's Charter," could also require overseas companies to play a part in bulk collection of data and interception of messages.
Two Skype co-founders form a new company, Starship Technologies, to try to lower the cost of package delivery with six-wheeled robots.
Optus will be the place for football from next year as the telco gets exclusive broadcast and digital rights to the English Premier League, advancing its bid to become a fully-fledged "multimedia company" and striking a blow at Foxtel.
Japanese telecommunications company SoftBank is testing its Pepper robot in France after four months of sell-outs in its homeland.
Google's parent company wants to connect remote regions to the Internet. Next stop: Southeast Asia.
Hans Vestberg, CEO of telecom equipment vendor Ericsson, sees the next decade's 5G networks being smart enough to know what kind of device is using it, and why.
When will you get the NBN? The company rolling out the nation's broadband network has released a comprehensive list of the suburbs in its sights, detailing construction timelines and the technology it will use.
As data retention laws come into force, new research shows that the majority of telcos and ISPs don't understand what is required of them, and only a fraction are "ready" to encrypt and store data.