Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation has struck a global three-year deal with Google in return for what the publisher has described as "significant payments".
With Parliament having just another eight days to sit this year, the bosses of Australia's media organisations have sought to pressure politicians into getting the promised news media code passed before they rise for the year on 10 December.
Germany-based open source vendor SUSE has decided to drop its OpenStack Cloud distribution and instead focus on application delivery.
Federal Communications Minister Paul Fletcher has given a hint as to how the Coalition Government would react to the digital platforms inquiry report which was handed over to it by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission in July, claiming during a recent speech that the loss of revenue suffered by traditional media due to the dominance of digital technology firms like Google and Facebook may not be as bad as suggested.
News Corporation and Telstra have announced an agreement to combine Foxtel and Fox Sports Australia, in what they claim is a move that "will deliver premium and innovative content to Australians with ever greater quality, variety and efficiency".
As the company that holds number two rank among open source outfits, SUSE Linux isn't normally the kind of entity that tends to indulge in name calling.
The German Linux company, SUSE, plans to increase staff numbers by up to 150 personnel in the next six months, SUSE global marketing and alliances chief Michael Miller said today.
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