Gatwick Airport will use self-driving cars that use Oxbotica's LiDAR-based Selenium system, but only "airside". Airline passengers won't encounter them unless, after successful trials, the system is fitted to transportation buses.
Deloitte found that 93 percent of consumers would want to delete their personal data held by various companies. Why? These consumers have little faith that service providers can secure it.
A Senate committee has recommended copyright safe harbours be extended to cultural, educational, and disability organisations and institutions but not tech companies.
Victorians will be able to use their mobile phones as proof of age when purchasing alcohol at pubs in the state.
Australia's Information and Privacy Commissioner is 'making inquiries' to clarify if any personal information of Australians was involved in Cambridge Analytica's misuse of Facebook user data.
The strategy makes sense on many levels since IBM's public cloud isn't likely to land all-in customers, but has a strong on-premises and hybrid cloud footprint to leverage.
This policy will help your organization safeguard its hardware, software, and data from exposure to persons (internal or external) who could intentionally or inadvertently harm your business and/or damage...
A total of 11,000 iiNet and Internode customers are to be refunded after the providers did not provide consumers with the NBN speeds they were paying for between 2015 and 2017.
MicroLED patents filed in the country, which were close to nil near the end of the last decade, have gone from 67 in 2016 to 120 in 2017.
It's not too late to start enjoying cost savings and enhanced security easily, with hybrid cloud.
Korea's Ministry of Science and ICT will choose up to two consortia to give up to 940 million won ($877,000) in financial support.