2,947 privacy complaints were also received by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner.
Australian Digital Health Agency documents obtained under Freedom of Information show that a 'feelpinion from the board' now counts as a policy, according to Future Wise's Dr Trent Yarwood.
An augmented reality guide is also on the cards, Chemist Warehouse's technology partner has revealed.
If you can't set up a process to renew a domain, can you be trusted to run an economy?
Cabbies in the state are backing Maurice Blackburn pursuing legal action against the ride-sharing company for operating without legal approval.
A comprehensive review of Australia's centralised digital health record has recommended extending the opt-out period by another 12 months while privacy controls are significantly tightened.
The Digital Transformation Agency revealed current IT projects across the Australian government are valued at AU$7.8 billion.
The Australian Parliament's own human rights watchdog committee has identified a raft of concerns with the Assistance and Access Bill 2018, and is 'seeking additional information'.
Sensors and automated traps will be used to monitor the pest that causes AU$300 million annually.
Under the AU$17.3 million deal, Motorola is also providing the police force with in-car video technology.
The bank implemented the system 18 months ago to centralise the way issues were recorded and handled.
The company adopted an SD-WAN offering from VMware's VeloCloud.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner seeking greater transparency and judicial oversight to Australia's proposed Assistance and Access Bill.
Telstra CEO Andy Penn wants a AU$20 chop to the pricing charged to retailers by NBN.
The state wants to transition completely to eConveyancing by July 1, 2019.
Hundreds of die-hard Apple fans lined up in the rain to obtain one of the new iPhones, launched on Friday morning -- though significantly less turned up than for the iPhone 6 launch.
The University of New South Wales has launched a DomeLab in the hope to help researchers visualise data sets in the medical and museology field.
Honeywell's plans to improve user experience is reflective in the interface of its newly announced Command and Control Suite, aimed to provide personnel holistic views of a building's video feeds, access control, and fire alarms.
There are a lot of players in the mandatory data-retention debate. We look at who is for the legislation, and who is opposing it.
Telstra has opened its Customer Insights Centre (CIC) in Sydney for enterprise and business clients, with the high-tech 3,600 square metre facility boasting a 300-person auditorium, a workshop, collaboration spaces, partner pop-up installations, a restaurant, and a broadcast studio.
Operating and maintaining the sensitive IT equipment in Australia's tropical far north can be a challenging undertaking, but NEC Australia has worked out a way to keep things running for some of Australia's most remote communities.
Not-for-profit organisation OLPC Australia's new program, One Education, has now distributed 20,000 computing devices to schools throughout Australia, with a celebration held last week at a school where every student and teacher has a device.
At the launch of NextDC's S1 Tier III Sydney datacentre last night, CEO Craig Scroggie confirmed uptake was already at 27 percent.
The creative software vendor shifted its operations from Chatswood to the Sydney CBD.
This instalment of the App Wrap covers Mailbox, Horizon Calendar, Carbon for Twitter, Foursquare for Business, Documents On The Go Pro, Basecamp, Queensland Tide Times, and O'Week at Uni of Adelaide.
The datacentre provider showed off the new facility with NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell attending the launch ceremony.
This week, the App Wrap looks at Dolphin Browser, CommBank Kaching, CommBank Property Guide, yourMyki, Armadale Shopping City Shopper Guide, iBulkBill, and Australian Open.
ZDNet goes behind to scenes to learn more about the tech that is used to support the Australian Open.
This week we look at the following newcomers from Apple and Google's app stores: Arrivo Sydney, Facebook Pages Manager, Fitocracy, PlayTube, PresentEasy, Python 3.4 for iOS, Share The Fare, and TrackMySpend.
This week's new apps include: Find a Lawyer, First Aid, Here Maps, Vic Hunting, Francis Bacon, Optus TV with Fetch, Quit for Two, and Great Koala Count.
The Office of Future Transport Technologies will also take a leadership role across state and territory initiatives.
MNF will acquire Telcoinabox, iVox, Neural Networks, Mobile Service Solutions, and Symmetry Networks from Inabox for up to AU$33.5 million.
The datacentre provider has gone back in with an offer of AU$2 per security to acquire the remaining interest in Asia Pacific Data Centres.
The end of NBN's temporary discount on 50Mbps services means smaller retailers may have to stop offering lower-end products in order to make a profit, according to Aussie Broadband.
Despite growing by almost 41 percent in a year, total mobile downloads are only 6.6 percent of those made on fixed-line connections.
Scientists say they can skirt the use of local laser oscillators with a glass filter.
The proposed legislation has been called out for prioritising the perceived greater good instead of respecting minimal rights of the individual.
The Australian Space Agency now has arrangements with France, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
The former CEO of Telstra believes technology can be the enabler and driver of the future of the Australian public service.
The whole-of-state government strategy will be overseen by the newly stood up Cyber Security Senior Officers Group.
The Smart Shuttle at Sydney Olympic Park will start officially moving passengers next week.
PayPal Australia has released its 2018 PayPal mCommerce Index, with the research suggesting Australians are becoming more comfortable with subscription services.
Agriculture tech company GoannaAg has completed its first capital raising.