Katrina Troughton has been appointed managing director of IBM Australia and New Zealand.
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Formula One racing breeds a pace of innovation as speedy as the compact race cars which zoom around the track. With margins of mere seconds separating each ranking, slimming down the slivers of time between a win and a loss is imperative for each team.
Roboticists at the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals discuss with Computerworld the difficulties of creating fully autonomous robots that can handle tasks without human intervention. Many of the robots at last week's finals were semi-autonomous or relied on human operators.
Despite widespread criticism of this week's court ruling that the FCC can't keep broadband and mobile service providers from selectively blocking or slowing Web traffic and apps, the effects aren't obvious to most consumers.
Google's decision to pay $3.2 billion for Nest Labs, a mostly unknown maker of smart smoke alarms and thermostats, could be the start of a radical shift in the tech industry.
For all those friends, relatives, colleagues and acquaintances who deserve something cool to brighten their holiday season, we offer these suggestions
Apple has moved a step closer to acquiring the Israeli chip design company that provided the motion sensing technology used in Microsoft's first-generation Kinect video game controller.
Gen-i this week opened its new $10.5 million data centre, based a Perimeter Road site within the Christchurch International Airport campus. The new data centre was launched by Amy Adams, Minister for Communications and Information Technology.
Chorus must pay a share of the Telecommunications Development Levy, the Commerce Commission announced today.
Technology titles Computerworld, Reseller News and PC World will continue to operate in the New Zealand market once returned to licence owner IDG next month.
Fairfax Magazines will resign the licences, owned by IDG, to publish Computerworld,and sister publications Reseller News and PC World early next month.
Gen-i has agreed to sell Davanti Consulting to Davanti principal consultants Justin Hamilton, Matt Farrar and Robert Carter through a management buyout.
Vodafone has announced its first rural trial of 4G technology in the Lake Brunner area of the South Island's West Coast. The trial will run until the end of July using 700 MHz technology.
A fixed camera at IDG's Boston offices captured the moment two explosions rocked the finish line of today's Boston Marathon. The camera shakes slightly and then smoke envelopes the view.