Stories by Computerworld Staff

Holiday gift guide 2013: Audio gear

Music has been a part of human existence throughout history, but digital technology has made it accessible 24/7. The equipment for listening to digital recordings anywhere, anytime just keeps getting better -- and, more to the point for this story, it makes a killer holiday gift.

In brief: NAB launches P2P mobile banking app

NAB has taken the wraps off a new mobile app for Android and iPhone handsets. The new Flik app enables peer-to-peer payments including through email, social-networking site Facebook, in-app generate QR codes and NFC.

SubPartners taps TE SubCom for APX-West

SubPartners, the company headed by Bevan Slattery, founder of PIPE Networks and NextDC, has signed a system supply contract with New Jersey-based TE SubCom for the APX-West undersea cable.

NextDC reveals growth in DC services, seeks $60 million

ASX-listed data centre provider NextDC (ASX:NXT) has been placed in a trading holding as it makes a capital-raising announcement. The company this morning released its annual results, revealing a 632 per cent increase in revenue from data centre services to $9 million (out of total revenue of $36.2 million).

Windows 8 share growth slows

Windows 8's user share growth slowed significantly last month, hinting at further trouble for the struggling operating system, new statistics from an analytics company showed today.

Computerworld lunch report: The future of Storage

From cloud computing to the consumerisation of IT, technologists
at Computerworld’s latest roundtable series discuss how the big trends are altering the storage landscape and the way they manage information