Tapping into cloud-based IT resources can make robots smarter and more capable
What happens when you mix cloud computing with robotics? You get more powerful robots.
Telstra boosts 4G capacity in regional areas
Telstra is utilising its 1800MHz spectrum holdings to boost 4G network capacity by up to 50 percent across Queensland and South Australia.
Vocus raises AU$228.5m through retail offer for Nextgen Networks acquisition
To enable its acquisition of Nextgen Networks, Vocus has raised AU$228.5 million through its retail share offer after raising AU$432 million through the institutional component.
Piracy site-blocking case hinges on pending precedent, arrest of alleged Kickass Torrents owner
The case between music studios and ISPs will largely be determined by the decision pending in Foxtel and Roadshow's current case, as well as whether Kickass Torrents is shut down after the arrest of its alleged owner.
?NAB on hunt for new chief technology and operations officer
National Australia Bank has appointed Bob Melrose as acting chief technology and operations officer following major changes to its organisational structure.
NBN launching DOCSIS 3.1 for HFC network in second half of 2017
In response to an Ovum report that said HFC networks rival fibre on performance, NBN has said it will deploy DOCSIS 3.1 technology before the end of next year.
In the race to develop foldable, flexible smartphones, LG picks Ignis' technology
By resolving some of the major problems inherent in OLED panels, Ignis could transform the industry.
End-to-end encryption: What does the government really want to do about it?
The UK government's message about the use of end-to-end encryption still remains deeply unclear.
These figures show cybercrime is a much bigger menace than anyone thought before
The first official cybercrime figures from the Office for National Statistics suggest one in 10 adults have been victims in last 12 months -- a much higher figure than previously thought.
Gorilla Glass 5 will survive drops from selfie-taking height
Corning's next version of Gorilla Glass will soon be available to consumers and should offer protection for falls from selfie-taking height.
?DeepMind AI helps Google slash datacenter energy bills
Besides beating humans at games, Google's DeepMind artificial intelligence is also helping reduce the energy used by its enormous datacenters.
Mozilla will start blocking Flash in Firefox this August
Mozilla hammers one more nail in the coffin for Flash Player.
Telstra spars with AOC over Olympic advertising
The Olympic Committee is seeking injunctive relief against Telstra, which it said has breached the law by advertising about the Rio games despite not being an official sponsor.
?Queensland Police gears up frontline officers with 2,200 body-worn cameras
Frontline officers of 26 Queensland police stations will be getting body-worn cameras to use for evidence gathering.
ATO steers GST legal case away from Uber
The Australian Taxation Office has contested Uber's argument that the definition of taxi and limousine needs to be examined.
Huawei and General Electric partner on industrial IoT
GE and Huawei are aiming to push the industrial industry towards digitisation and automation by collaborating on developing cloud-based apps and solutions.
ACCC approves Telstra NBN migration plan
Telstra's amendments to the migration plan have been accepted by the regulator, allowing for longer and more flexible transitions of customers from Telstra copper and HFC onto the NBN.
Intel taking its six-core processors mainstream in 2018 with Coffee Lake family
Recently leaked slides not only show six-core desktop CPUs for the masses, but also forthcoming high-end Skylake-X processors featuring up to 10 cores for 2017 release.
SAP's cloud growth continues, adds 500 SAP S/4HANA customers in a quarter
Company said European business is navigating through Brexit uncertainty.
?A Macbook with LTE? Apple granted mini-hotspot and wireless laptop patents
Apple has been granted two wireless-related patents aimed at improving its devices' mobility.