Researchers can earn up to $20,000 for disclosing critical security flaws.
The Australian telecommunications universal service obligation is past its use by date and should be phased out, a Productivity Commission draft report has recommended.
The state government department is seeking an industry partner to help it trial on-demand public transport services.
Samsung Electronics vice chairman and de facto boss of the conglomerate has apologized for its involvement in the country's biggest political scandal, but has denied any direct wrongdoing.
Australian technology entrepreneurs and government officials weigh in on the Productivity Commission's Data Availability and Use draft report.
The action cam company's motorized gimbal steadies your video for smooth results, handheld or mounted.
Israeli audio-based social media company HearMeOut has joined a wave of tech companies in the country to choose the ASX as its source of capital.
The business arm of the telco has signed with Suretek through to the end of 2020.
The Vocus cable connecting Perth and Singapore will now be completed by August 2018 at a revised cost of $170 million.
The tech giants have agreed to create a shared database of hashes for violent terrorist imagery -- or terrorist recruitment videos and images.
The Australian government has allocated AU$3.9 million of its AU$8 million Women in STEM funding to 24 female-focused organisations.
Sure, Braun's BrewSense KF7150 is no style icon, but we weren't expecting a $100 machine to brew coffee this good.
Red Hat's Java Enterprise Edition middleware stack is now available on the company's Plaform-as-a-Service cloud.
Each image in Google's new Timelapse frame contains a whopping 3.95 trillion pixels.
Amazon Go is going to rattle the retailing landscape with its checkout free technologies. But the fallout extends well beyond IT to business and society. Welcome to automation.
Building on their partnership in other regions, Deloitte and IPsoft have agreed to further develop IPsoft's cognitive agent Amelia for the Australian market.
AT&T has secured its first business customer to test 5G, which is capable of 4K video-streaming speeds at 14Gbps.
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