The concept of building a quantum computer with topological qubits had been knocking around Microsoft for nearly 15 years.
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Microsoft is seeking to double the size Station Q quantum computing lab in Sydney with 20 new hires.
It’s a point of view that has brought astronauts to tears. Earth seen from far above is a perspective that gives things real perspective.
The boards of many Australia’s biggest companies lack sufficient understanding of cyber security, according to the ASX Cyber Health Check Report which was published today.
Police in Victoria will be equipped with iPad minis and iPhones in a bid to reduce deskwork and free-up the force’s radio network.
TPG plans to build a national 4G wireless network to reach 80 per cent of the Australian population by next year, at a cost of almost $2 billion.
Greater investment in cyber security would lead to national wage increases of two per cent by 2030, claims a report by Deloitte Australia published today.
NAB will be running an all-female hackathon and employing a ‘girl geek in residence’ as part of a continued effort to support women working in technology at the bank.
NAB has launched a Sydney flagship branch to serve as a test-bed to trial new customer-facing and staff focused innovations.
Miner South32 has signed a three-year digital transformation deal with General Electric which will include the roll-out of Industrial Internet of Things platform, Predix.
An Australian space start-up, which plans to launch the first of 100 satellites next year, today announced the completion of a $5m Series A funding round.
NBN sees potential in NG-PON2 (Next-Generation Passive Optical Network 2) as means to deliver on its future bandwidth and capacity requirements, the company’s CTO said today.
Westpac has named 200 SMEs as the ‘Businesses of Tomorrow’ and has selected 20 to receive additional mentoring and a $100,000 professional services package.
The Department of Human Services’ controversial ‘robo-debt’ system lacks usability and transparency, according to a Commonwealth ombudsman’s report released today.
The CIO of SA Health has spoken out in defence of the state’s Enterprise Patient Administration System (EPAS) after it was criticised in an inquest into the death of former Socceroo Stephen Herczeg.