Transport for London removes Uber’s license, Uber to appeal

Uber’s blooper of not being “fit and proper” in Transport for London’s eyes has resulted in the body deciding not to renew its five year license, but an appeal will happen and Uber can operate until that appeal is concluded.

Olympus deploys BMC for IT services delivery

Professional opto digital products company Olympus Australia has chosen BMC’s Remedyforce software solution to transform the delivery of the company’s IT services.

Should OEMs continue working with Google in light of HTC deal?

Android fragmentation and Google’s “increasingly mute voice” are reasons why the latter company needs to “raise the stakes and engage with manufacturers”, according to Dr John Baptista.

Macquarie Telecom deploys SD-WAN for United Way

Macquarie Telecom has deployed its SD-WAN service to Australian not-for-profit United Way, with the upgrade enabling United Way to consider new digital services it can launch with a simpler and more scalable network.

Telstra inks $90 million McDonald’s deal

Telstra has landed a $90 million network transformation deal to upgrade more than 850 McDonald’s restaurants around the country to a fibre network.

Google tries hand at buying another phone company: HTC

Ok, ok, so it’s a US$1.1 billion “co-operation agreement”, with Google getting some HTC staff and a non-exclusive licence for HTC intellectual property, but let’s face it, this is Google’s second phone company purchase.

MGM Wireless secures deal for WA schools rollout

South Australian-based mobile communications company MGM Wireless has secured a deal with the Western Australian Education Department for the rollout of its Outreach+ and School Star App communication services to all WA government schools.

Hills partners with Cognizant on digital transformation

Australian-listed IT services group Hills has initiated a digital transformation of its business in partnership with professional services firm Cognizant in a move designed to revitalise the company’s e-commerce capabilities and improve core business processes, customer engagement and operational efficiencies.

NBN Co’s new tech lab aimed at improving user experience

NBN Co has set up a tech lab which it claims will transform the national broadband network experience for end-users of the network by helping to resolve issues sooner.

Apple, Dell and Bain likely buyers of Toshiba flash memory unit

A consortium comprising Apple, Dell Technologies and Bain Capital has reportedly agreed to acquire Toshiba's NAND flash memory manufacturing unit.

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