New York City-based public safety software firm Mark43 has signed a deal to partner with the NSW Police Force as its designated technology provider.
New York-based global minerals-based company Minerals Technologies appears to have been attacked by cyber criminals using the Egregor ransomware that runs only on Microsoft's Windows operating system.
Researchers from the US and the UK have found that only a small fraction of those who use the Tor browser — which can access sites on the so-called dark web — are likely to do so for malicious purposes.
Attackers who hit the New York-based entertainment and media lawyers Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks using the REvil ransomware that attacks Windows systems have threatened to sell data on celebrities like singer Nicki Minaj, basketball star LeBron James and singer Mariah Carey through an acution process on 1 July.
Global technology services provider Keysight Technologies has announced the launch of a new cyber security offering designed to address what it says is the growing concern of cyber-attacks on connected vehicles.
New York listed global technology company Shutterstock has launched its new self-serve API subscription plans, targeting the solutions at first-time developers, start-ups, and small and mid-sized businesses.
Is it real? Is it a hoax? It's hard to tell, because I can't find the source lawsuit claimed online, but a single report of a Note9 battery catching fire has emerged.
Samsung Research is establishing another AI Center in New York, focusing on robotics, to "strengthen its AI capabilities". This is in addition to five facilities in South Korea, the US, the UK, Canada and Russia,
Global telecommunications and tech analysis firm Analysys Mason has acquired New York-based SMB ICT research company AMI-Partners in a move designed to expand its worldwide research business.
New York-based global enterprise data protection and privacy company BigID has raised US$14 million in a Series A funding round, with the funding to be used to grow its engineering team in Israel and expand global sales and marketing.
The value of bitcoin has fallen by as much as 25% overnight as news of crackdowns by governments in a number of countries spread.
Uber drivers have found ways to trick the algorithms that are used to regulate them to cause "surge pricing" by organising mass switch-offs and giving the system the impression that less cars are in operation that actually are operating.
Two South Korean sources say August is when the Note 8 will launch, with a 6.32-inch screen, twin cameras and stylus ensuring Samsung’s premium flagship launches with the lot.
A 26-member blockchain delegation is preparing to showcase Australia’s blockchain capabilities and technologies at Consensus 2017 in New York next week.
A Nigerian software engineer who works for Andela in the US was asked for proof of his qualifications at JFK airport in New York when he was trying to enter the US recently.
The Samsung Galaxy Note7 saga continues with a six-year old boy in New York reportedly burned. A Reddit poster suggests Samsung will deactivate phones, Android Central says no.
Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Decoded.com is on a mission to spread ‘Digital Enlightenment’ through an understanding of code, data and the technologies behind the screen.
A judge in New York has ruled that the US Justice Department cannot force Apple to provide access to data in an iPhone in a routine drug case in Brooklyn.
IBM’s cognitive technology solution – Watson – is now directly available to businesses and organisations in Victoria, and others throughout Australia, with the opening in Melbourne of a new Watson Client Experience Centre, one of only six such centres in the world outside the Watson Group’s headquarters in New York.
Global data centre operator Digital Realty is shelling out US$1.886 billion to buy US-based data centre collocation, interconnection and cloud enablement solutions provider Telx.
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