In a new...
By Chris Jablonski
for Between the Lines
| October 5, 2004 -- 14:04 GMT (07:04 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
In a new survey
Sun sets on emerging tech blog
10 military technologies that will change the face of battle
IEEE releases new standard for body area network
Wearable devices to usher in context-aware computing
HTC appoints former Orange executive as new CEO
Yves Maitre will be responsible for driving the company's push towards 5G, artificial intelligence, and extended reality (XR).
Labor floats jail time as penalty for social media giants that breach Aussie law
The Shadow Minister for Technology also wants to see the appointment of someone she could consider her in-government counterpart.
Facebook's policy changes around harmful content gains support from NZ PM Ardern
The changes were prompted by the Christchurch Call that happened earlier this year.
Get ready for 30% faster internet as Wi-Fi 6 devices clear final hurdle
Users with Wi-Fi 6 devices and routers should get faster transfer speeds than current technology offers.
LG Display changes boss amid LCD and OLED market squeezes
Implications of a buyers’ market for enterprise software, 2020 to 2030
Software has become the dominant medium for engaging with customers, documenting transactions, and managing employees and assets. What's next?
Uber hit with lawsuit from former food delivery drivers
One of the drivers allegedly got paid around around AU$300 for 96 hours of work.
Technology challenges are standing in the way of Australian farmers: ACCC
Connectivity, interoperability, data portability, and data rights are hindering how agricultural businesses adopt digital technologies.
KT and Hyundai to collaborate in electric bus management
The South Korean telco will provide a fleet management system for Hyundai's electric buses.