Defence is the space industry's biggest customer, says Pamela Melroy, so the Australian Space Agency must work closely with them. But first, it must find a strategy, and a home.
Step aside SpaceX, the Kiwis are about to launch into space.
Bossa Nova, the company that makes the shelf-scanning robots currently being trialed in Walmart stores, just announced $29 million in new funding.
Tumblr has agreed to better monitor illegal porn distribution with South Korean authorities after initially refusing to do so.
Under two new standards, RSPs will be required to provide greater information on NBN plans to consumers, as well as access to legacy broadband in cases of migration issues.
The ex-NAB executive will hand the CEO position over to ABS' deputy Australian statistician Randall Brugeaud.
Organizations spend a fortune on software licenses every year, and a lack of management around it can result in heavy fines. This policy will help you establish guidelines to make sure you're in compliance...
Auckland Transport is embarking on a project with US-based Machine Zone to put citizen data to use and 'gamify' public transport.
Some 18 months after losing its bid for the country's fourth telco license, MyRepublic finally launches its mobile services and hopes to gain ground by offering subscribers more control of their service plans.
The program to allow councils or apartment blocks to upgrade NBN connection technology is shooting less than 1 percent.
If passed, Article 13 will force all websites to check any and all posts for copyright violations. That will include photos, videos, words, tweets, memes, software code, etc, etc. Think about that for a minute, and shudder.