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Stories by George Nott
Australian technology is aboard two electric motorbikes that are part of a world-first circumnavigation attempt.
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation predicts it will need more than 20 Petabytes of storage capacity by 2021.
Commonwealth Bank is offering its large corporate and institutional business customers advice on how to take advantage of the arrival of driverless vehicles.
After starting her public service career with the Australian Tax Office in September last year, virtual assistant (VA) Alex is now three months into her job with IP Australia.
They said a silicon based quantum computer couldn't be built. Professor Michelle Simmons and her team are proving otherwise.
The British Museum’s A History of the World in 100 Objects exhibition is coming to the National Museum in Canberra next month, where there’ll be an extra, Australian object added to the collection.
The lack of cyber security professionals in Australia is fast becoming a national crisis. A survey this week found that 88 per cent of local businesses were struggling with their lack of skills. The government described the “critical shortage” as a “major problem” in its national cyber security strategy. The situation, it said, was “urgent’”.
Zero-rating — a practice that offers access to some Internet-based services without chewing up a user’s monthly data limit — looks set to hit Australia in a big way.
A city-wide Internet of Things network has been launched in Sydney allowing anyone to connect smart sensors to the internet for real-time monitoring.
Freelancer Limited – the Australian company behind online services marketplace Freelancer.com and payments business Escrow.com – has announced a record net revenue of $26.2m for the first half of 2016, up 56 per cent on the same period in 2015.
Every nanosecond can count when you’re offering web services. When it comes to search, games, stock-trading and social media, latency is unacceptable.
A shake-up of National Australia Bank's organisational structure has resulted in the departure of its most senior technology executive.
Phishing scams are attempts by scammers to trick you so you transfer funds or give them personal information such as bank account numbers, passwords or credit card details. We’re all susceptible to a well-crafted one.
A project from University of Adelaide post-grad Lachlan Kang aims to find the most powerful fingerprint techniques and build better defences against them.