The South Korean tech giant will begin selling refurbished Galaxy Note 7s, minus their explosive batteries, starting as early as June, aimed at emerging markets such as India and Vietnam.
One senior senator says allowing any or all phones to be searched at the US border violates the constitution.
Australian businesses and governments need to embrace industry changes brought on by automation rather than fearing them, according to Data61 CEO Adrian Turner.
Everyone involved in this unseemly fracas should hope for a quick and amicable resolution, lest it derail a firm in the middle of a remarkable turnaround amidst a tough business environment.
Sales of virtual reality headsets in Australia reached 216,000 units in 2016, surpassing Telsyte's previous predictions.
Australia still wants to salvage the TPP, with Malcolm Turnbull telling the Australia-Canada Economic Leadership Forum that it will be discussed with the remaining parties in Chile next month.
The initial push for sustainable corporate initiatives has given way to a longer view that leverages the value of digitized information, IoT analytics, and optimization via environmental monitoring.
Advancements in image analytics and deep learning technology could aid doctors in their fight against preventable blindness.
Megaport has announced a net loss of AU$13.77 million on revenue of AU$4.5 million for the first half of FY17 off the back of its expansion throughout APAC, Europe, and North America.
The South Korea tech giant's reputation among the general public in the US fell 42 positions after the Note 7 debacle, while Amazon maintained its top spot for the second straight year.
Professional services company Cognizant has launched its first Asia-Pacific 'collaboratory' in Melbourne, aimed at facilitating collaboration between its customers and partners.