?NAB swaps out acting chief tech as search continues
National Australia Bank has shuffled Matt Lawrance into the acting chief technology and operations officer role as Bob Melrose takes on the Retail Banking executive general manager position.
?Culture and lack of skills holding back Australia's open source adoption: Coles
Niall Keating, head of Big Data at Coles, believes it is both the scarcity of talent and Australia's cultural stagnancy that is holding the country back from exploring the potential of open source.
?Digital X remains profitless since ASX listing
Fintech firm Digital X has reported its second annual loss in as many years, down $3.4 million for the 2016 financial year, on revenue of $40.4 million.
Tesla launching 'major improvements' to Autopilot in coming weeks
The improvements follow a probe from the NHTSA and two high-profile crashes.
Banks facing persistent and sophisticated cyberattacks, warns SWIFT
Some financial institutions have yet to plug security holes despite facing a sustained threat from online hackers.
Google DeepMind AI to help doctors treat head and neck cancers
A new collaboration between DeepMind and the UK's National Health Service hopes to cut radiotherapy planning times from four hours to just one.
Ultra-slim Windows 10 notebooks, 13-inch convertible Chromebook, and first curved screen laptop launched by Acer
Acer has launched the new Chromebook R 13 and the Windows 10-powered Swift and Spin notebooks with Intel's new seventh-generation processors.
Apple iOS 10: ?First look at improved Siri shows better control of third-party apps
Siri could be much more compelling to use in iOS 10 thanks to a better grasp of natural language and more control of third-party apps.
NBN eyes gigabit speeds on all network technologies
The CTO of NBN has pointed towards GPON, DOCSIS 3.1, XG-FAST, Carrier Channel Aggregation, and QAM to attain gigabit speeds across most network technologies in the future.
RAC begins driverless electric shuttle bus trial in Perth
The RAC Intellibus will carry up to 11 passengers in South Perth and operate at an average speed of 25km per hour.
ZTE seals network upgrade deal with Belgium's Telenet
Chinese equipment vendor ZTE has bagged a long-term deal with Telenet to transform its Base mobile network, acquired by Belgium's largest cable broadband services provider in February.
Enice reports 3.5m RMB loss during China, US expansion
Enice has announced a net loss of 3.5 million RMB on revenue of 161 million RMB and EBITDA of 5.8 million RMB during its expansion across China, the US, and Japan.
?Bevan Slattery launches datacentre and cloud service provider directory
Bevan Slattery has established an online directory listing collocation datacentres, cloud service providers, and interconnected fabrics from around the world.
?SK Telecom launches AI-based voice assistant service
The first to understand the Korean language, SK Telecom's NUGU virtual assistant service is armed with advanced voice recognition, natural language processing, and deep learning technology to help your way around the home.
KT, Nokia demonstrate NB-IoT tech on LTE network
KT and Nokia have successfully demonstrated 3GPP standard-based Narrow-Band Internet of Things (NB-IoT) technology on an LTE network.
Telstra repairs issues with Telstra Mail service
The telco has repaired its email service, over which customers experienced issues with logging in, sending, and receiving messages.
?Dell, EMC to finalise merger on September 7
The deal will see the creation of the largest privately-controlled technology company.
NBN and Nokia trialling XG-FAST for multi-gigabit speeds on copper
The trials could allow copper-based broadband technologies including FttN, FttB, and FttDP to attain aggregate speeds of up to 8Gbps.
?Australia outpaced by cyber criminals: Cyber professor
With most cyber criminals never caught or punished, Greg Austin, professor at the Australian Centre for Cyber Security, has said we should accept government will never be up to speed with today's threat actors.
NBN raids: Government backs Labor's call for privileges committee determination
The government will support Labor's bid to have the Senate privileges committee look at whether documents seized by federal police should remain under lock and key.