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ZD Net

Government should have better Telstra USO info: Audit committee

The joint audit committee wants more information across cost savings and the number of phone services being provided by Telstra under the USO, as well as Telstra's net costs in supplying these.

Zero-day in popular jQuery plugin actively exploited for at least three years

A fix is out but the plugin is used in hundreds, if not thousands, of projects. Patching will take ages!

Canberra competence shines in day of PM domain lapses and tortured analogies

If you can't set up a process to renew a domain, can you be trusted to run an economy?

Uber faces class action in Victoria

Cabbies in the state are backing Maurice Blackburn pursuing legal action against the ride-sharing company for operating without legal approval.

Flaws in telepresence robots allow hackers access to pictures, video feeds

Vendor has patched two of five reported bugs. Three patches are in the works.

​Amazon plans machine learning, software engineering, R&D hiring spree in UK

1,000 new 'Silicon Valley' jobs to be created in Manchester, Edinburgh and Cambridge .

Atlassian beats Q1 estimates as it deepens focus on IT teams

Still, the collaboration and productivity software firm saw its shares fall in after-hours trading.

PayPal beats Q3 earnings targets

PayPal ended the quarter 254 million active accounts, up from 218 million the year prior.

Deal alert: Best Buy slashes $125 off its portable Google Assistant alarm clock

Want Google Assistant to wake you up for work? Then grab this $25 Insignia alarm clock from Best Buy.

Square launches Terminal, a replacement for keypad credit card machines

The wireless device is said to have all-day battery life, can process payments over Wi-Fi or Ethernet internet connections and is also able to print receipts.

Yep, there's a second Apple event this fall, and it's later than it's been in a decade

Tim Cook will be giving an ethics speech in Europe right around the time we thought there would be a new product event. So what's really going to happen? We have no idea, but we can guess real good.

Google adds Compose integrations to trigger actions within Gmail

At launch, Compose actions integrate with Dropbox, Atlassian, Box and Egnyte.

Twilio intros Super SIM, Narrowband connectivity services for IoT developers

Super SIM is a mashup of Twilio's mobile core infrastructure, OTA platform, and SIM hardware and software.

Will blockchain be mainstream by 2025?

New report shows consumer products, retail, and manufacturing companies are planning adoption.

Apple to hold iPad Pro event on Oct. 30 in New York

The company is expected to announce new iPad models and possibly update its MacBook lineup.

Open source web hosting software compromised with DDoS malware

Some VestaCP servers were infected with a new malware strain named Linux/ChachaDDOS.

Atlassian unveils completely rebuilt version of Jira

Atlassian has updated its signature product so it's more in alignment with modern software development practices.

​Ubuntu Linux 18.10 arrives

Like living dangerously? Keep running Windows. Like to take a little risk? Give the new version of Ubuntu Linux 18.10 a try.

Lenovo ThinkPad P1 review: Workstation power in a portable package

The 15.6-inch ThinkPad P1 is thin and light for a workstation-class laptop, and has plenty of options to maximise performance, at a price. Battery life is a concern though.

Samsung unveils Always Connected Galaxy Book2 PC

The new Windows-based mobile laptop offers Gigabit LTE connectivity to business users.