Huawei Australia chairman John Lord said Huawei is willing to allow the Australian government to test its products to make this happen.
The postal service is aiming to have complete transparency over the entire delivery process, and wants to use its rich data to give customers what they actually want.
Extending biometrics access to the Stuart Robert-led department would help it thwart fraud, and ensure welfare is being distributed to the right people, it has said.
Phones are lasting people longer and their quality is increasing, while the operating systems support solid performance for longer. You can spend $400 or less for a solid phone -- some are even priced at just over $100.
Formally branded as Websites + Marketing, the service pairs GoDaddy's website builder platform with a suite of insight-driven marketing tools.
The maker of Snapdragon processors that power the HoloLens 2 seeks to advance AR where it's seeing the broadest adoption. Its mobile expertise could start a new chapter for headset applications.
Microsoft is working to make meeting-scheduling more simple and seamless with its Calendar.help bot, which soon will be renamed Scheduler.
Oracle extends the capabilities and reach of its Digital Assistant across its cloud applications, while also adding features across its applications for specific verticals.
A survey of white- and gold-collar employees show they're suspicious of companies' motivations for using IT. Oddly, older employees say they believe in technology for productivity more than their younger counterparts.
CEOs who signed: Amazon, AT&T, Dell, IBM, SAP, Salesforce, Visa, Mastercard, and JP Morgan Chase.