The CSIRO and Victoria’s Deakin University say they have joined just a handful of companies around the world that can create carbon fibre from scratch, leading to what could be the next generation of carbon fibre that is stronger and of a higher quality.
The Australian arm of giant Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei and Queensland’s James Cook University are collaborating on the development of the latest innovations and technology around NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT).
Social media security and digital risk monitoring SaaS company ZeroFOX’s analysis of 40,000 fake social media brand profiles has found that about half the fraudsters impersonated a brand and delivered fake coupons or invited “customers” to participate in bogus giveaways.
Nano-satellite company Sky and Space Global has signed an agreement with SocialEco, the company behind the $1 smartphone for developing countries, to explore potential markets, products and commercial opportunities to bring together SocialEco’s $1 smartphone and its own satellite network coverage in under-served and remote locations.
ZTE has released the Axon 7 and Axon 7 Mini Android smartphones in Australia and both provide top-end, flagship features at mid-range prices.
New Zealand’s largest telco Spark has teamed up with professional services firm Enable in a Christchurch trial of its "street in a week" programme which is upgrading customers to broadband networks from old copper networks across the country.
Macquarie Telecom has completed a 50% expansion of its Canberra government data centre — Intellicentre 4 Bunker — to cope with what it says is a strong uptake of services since the centre was launched three years ago.
Cambridge Audio, a 50-year-old British Hi-Fi and speaker company, claims its Bluetooth speakers live up to the promise of a pure and unadulterated British Sound. What is British sound? See the video at the end.
There was a time some years ago when Microsoft would do anything, no matter how it looked to outsiders, to clinch a business deal.