A researcher from the University of Queensland has, together with international help, found that quantum computers can work even if they're full of errors.
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The Victorian Government has today released a report carried out by independent consultancy Oakley Greenwood that said the state's controversial smart meter roll-out is set to create up to $5 billion in savings.
Greg Combet, minister for Defence Personnel, Materiel and Science, has secured a new Cray supercomputer for the Defence Signals Directorate.
Logica has released its results for the year to 31 December 2009, with Australia the pearl in its international crown.
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has said he will look into the idea of appointing an online ombudsman after Facebook tribute pages were defaced with pornography.
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has defended Communications Minister Stephen Conroy's role in helping a Labor powerbroker land a plum job with the National Broadband Network.
United Energy, Jemena, AGL Energy and Accenture have formed a consortium that hopes to make the city of Frankston in Victoria the national demonstration city for the Federal Government's $100 million in smart grid funding.
The Great Australian Internet Blackout campaign against mandatory ISP-level filtering has attracted twice as many websites to its cause as had pledged before it began.
Premier John Brumby today announced his new cabinet, naming the transport minister to continue Lynne Kosky's work on the introduction of myki into Melbourne.
Victorian government IT shared services agency CenITex has made wide-ranging offers to employ its extensive contractor workforce as full-time public servants to allow it to cut costs.