Optus Business and Macquarie University will establish a cybersecurity hub that will focus on three topic areas: Computing and IT, business and economics, and security studies and criminology.
Quantum dot (QD) materials have been commercialised for use in displays by Samsung to increase colour clarity and energy efficiency for TVs, but the 'nanocrystals' may be applied in diverse industries in the future, ranging from sensors for IoT, biomedicine, energy harvesting, and security.
In addition to the government's mobile blackspot program, Vodafone will invest AU$9m of its own funding to build out another 32 mobile base stations in NSW, Queensland, Western Australia, and Tasmania.
Suncorp Group has wrapped up its hunt for a new CIO, appointing Sarah Harland from Medibank Private to the role.
Reports of the death of the PC have been greatly exaggerated, but big changes are coming and soon.
The bill would have effectively outlawed end-to-end encryption, critics argued.
Mophie is known for its battery cases and in this latest design has added wireless charging so you don't have to give up this feature on your new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
The news of Android apps coming to Chromebooks motivated me to pick up a new Chromebook. I bought two to try out and it was easy to pick my favorite.
MSI will be showing off its Backpack PC at Computex this week, while HP has created the Omen X VR PC Pack for VR developers.
Trov has chosen Australia to globally launch its platform that will give customers the chance to selectively turn on or off insurance on their smartphone.
Prior to the start of Computex 2016, Acer has launched its new product range, including a number of IoT devices, laptops, notebooks, monitors, and a new cheap phone with a massive battery.
While enterprise technology has always been somewhat a breed apart from consumer tech, this year we see that consumer tech will definitively set the agenda for businesses like never before in this year's list of tech to watch.
IT professionals' job satisfaction levels have been on the rise in the past two years. Is the consumerization of IT behind this more positive vibe?
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey realized no one was going to Twitter to buy stuff. But that doesn't mean the idea of social commerce is dead entirely.
The embattled wearables company is also reportedly seeking a buyer for its speaker business.
Anyone with the hard-coded credentials can obtain and modify sensitive patient data — many of which are about to, or have recently been in surgery.
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