Announcement comes as the broadband wholesaler reports lower revenue and earnings as New Zealand moves off copper, and onto fibre and wireless.
Schools can now apply for funding to purchase or upgrade new lockers, or lockable pouches to prepare for the state-wide mobile phone ban at all Victorian schools next year.
eHealth NSW said it's part of a 10-year plan to deliver a citizen-centric healthcare system.
The Galaxy Note 10 Plus is an excellent Android phone for business buyers, but its usefulness as a laptop replacement is highly situational.
Suddenly, the next version of Android won't be named after a dessert. Is this just one more step toward Google trying to act -- or even be -- mature?
From October 1, tariffs will increase from 25% to 30% on US$250 billion worth of goods, with the remaining US$300 billion in Chinese imports under similar threat as Donald Trump tweets his "order" for US companies to stop trading with China and seek alternatives.
Sale of assets is expected to raise over $300 billion - but measures to protect citizen data following the privatization are yet to be announced.
Google's content-scraping and featured snippets in search seem to be removing the need for users to click through to other websites.
Tonya Hall sits down with Pete Billington, co-founder of Fable Studio and director of Wolves in the Walls, Edward Saatchi, co-founder of Fable Studio and executive producer of Wolves in the Walls, and Jessica Shamash, head of creative production Fable Studio and creative producer of Wolves in the Walls, to talk about the use of AI that brought the Emmy award-winning being to life.