Microsoft appears to have been unaware last week of a fact that security researchers have discovered: nearly all the victims of the the WannaCry ransomware attack were Windows 7 machines, with XP machines mostly crashing before the malware gained a foothold.
Nuance has updated its PowerMic 2 to version 3 adding increased sensitivity, clarity, and a longer 2.7m USB cable.
Australia Post and the federal government's Digital Transformation Agency have agreed to team up and create an online identification system to make it easier for the public to access the government's digital services.
Unified Communications (UC) services provider Modality Systems has opened a second office in Australia as part of the expansion of its Asia Pacific regional business.
The Tasmanian Government says 50 new IT jobs have been secured for the state as part of an industry assistance package of up to $1.36 million for a term of five years for DXC Technology to expand its enterprise delivery centre in Hobart.
Motorola has released Dimetra X Core, a new Tetra system to support mission-critical communications for public safety as well as enterprise organisations including utilities, public transport and oil and gas companies, and for use with large events.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority and the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) have joined hands to take up the fight against unwanted telemarketing and emarketing.
A Comae Technologies blog post by Matt Suiche, who describes himself as a “Hacker, Microsoft MVP and Founder of @comaeio” has arrived, entitled “WannaCry - Decrypting files with WanaKiwi + Demos.”
Some of Microsoft’s customers have been charged $1000 per year per device for XP patches, with charges escalating so much the NHS abandoned support after just one year.
A report suggests the next Surface Pro is just an update of the Surface Pro 4, with the latest Kaby Lake Intel processor, new keyboard and stylus colours, but no USB-C.
Sweden has dropped its rape investigation against WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange and will revoke the arrest warrant it has against the Australian national.
As little as five years ago eBay’s product mix was 50/50 new and second hand, mobile access was minimal, and it had about six million visits a month.