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No word from NAB's PR people, who were presumably too embarrassed to let the media know directly, but it has announced via Tweet that Apple Pay is at long last live.

A recent, sophisticated attack on the popular Binance cryptocurrency trading platform saw users’ accounts compromised and simultaneous withdrawals made to the tune of 7,000 Bitcoins (worth $40m at the time).

Global SaaS and enterprise mobile security vendor Bitglass has beefed up its leadership team with the appointment of new vice presidents of worldwide channels and business development.

Huawei's Australian arm has assured its local customers that the moves by Google to suspend provision of Android updates will not have any impact on those who own a Huawei smartphone or tablet, or those who plan to buy one from an Australian retail outlet.

It seems to be just a few short days or weeks ago that the United States was warning any country which would pay heed that it was best to avoid using equipment from Chinese telecommunications vendors because they would follow orders given by the Beijing government.

China dominated the global smart speaker market in the first quarter of 2019, with nearly 51% or 10.6 million units being shipped, following by the US which accounted for 24% of shipments of 5.0 million units, down from 44% in the final quarter of 2018, the analyst firm Canalys says.

 Optus Sport has announced its female-led broadcast team for the FIFA Women’s World Cup to be staged in France in June and July this year.

 Sydney is one of a number of Artificial Intelligence ‘experience zones’ established across the Asia Pacific and Japan region by Dell EMC, in partnership with Intel, as part of a move to accelerate AI adoption across the region.

The merger between T-Mobile and Sprint, the third and fourth biggest wireless carriers in the US, has moved a step closer with the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai, officially giving his support to the deal.

Blockchain has substantial challenges to overcome if it hopes to be used for anything beyond cryptocurrencies, the Australian Computer Society says, adding that there are a number of technical, legal and educational hurdles standing in the way of broader use of the technology.