Open systems feature highly on IOT decision makers radars in Australia, according to a new report which reveals that 81% of organisations rank common data and connectivity standards as extremely or very important.
Internet services provider MyRepublic has launched a competition, dubbed Gigatown, to demonstrate the benefits Ultra-Fast Next Generation Fibre can deliver and to “prove that Australians want access” to premium fibre products at a fair price.
Curtin University is undertaking a trial of a commercial driverless bus, and will use the vehicle to carry out further research in navigation satellite systems, road safety and mobility issues for people with a disability.
Optus is on the lookout for technology solutions for its second annual Future Makers programme which have the potential to contribute to employability, education and wellbeing for disadvantaged young people.
A number of organisations in Australia are forming their own team of cyber-security experts, allowing the enterprise to take a pre-emptive approach to discovering and tracking security issues, according to a new report which shows this is having a positive impact on jobs in the security sector.
Hisense unveiled two 4K ULED series 8 and 9 televisions at the 2017 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix – the latter with its version of Quantum Dot technology.
Square has announced its integration with point-of-sale and order management platforms including Vend, TouchBistro, Posboss, Abacus, SalesIn, Mobi2Go and Boppl. This provides access to affordable hardware, fast deposits, and online payment solutions.
Network speed is not just about faster ethernet IP switches and bigger communication pipes but about every potential bottleneck including often overlooked storage devices and storage network fabrics.
New Zealand can offer its residents 1Gbps broadband plans for NZ$130 (A$120) a month because the access virtual circuit (AVC) charges are low, the ISP MyRepublic says.
Apple has won a patent design case over the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in China with a court overturning a verdict that it had infringed on a Chinese company's design patents.
Samsung Electronics will finally get rid of the Galaxy Note7 device that caused it no end of problems last year, when several phones combusted.