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Lenovo's Star Wars: Jedi Challenges gets new 'Last Jedi' content

Disney, Lucasfilm, and Lenovo have announced a new content expansion for Star Wars: Jedi Challenges, featuring a new planet and characters from Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Twitter says just six Brexit tweets linked to Russian bodies

The British Government has rounded on Twitter for revealing that the Russian-linked entities, in this case the broadcasting service RT, spent only a little over £1000 for advertising on the referendum, called in June last year to decide whether the UK should continue to remain a part of the European Union.

Court action against Optus over allegations of misleading customers on NBN

The competition regulator the ACCC has hauled Australia’s second largest telco Optus before the Federal Court, alleging the company misled customers about the need to move quickly from its existing HFC network to the National Broadband Network (NBN).

AI no longer seen as artificial, blockchain boosting business: CES 2018

Accenture's predictions for CES 2018 see blockchain changing business for the better, AI no longer so artificial, while 5G will set IoT alight

Disney buying Fox in US$52.4 billion-plus deal

Global entertainment and film giant Walt Disney is buying the Rupert Murdoch owned 21st Century Fox business for US52.4 billion in a move which both companies say sets them up to better compete in the growing internet streaming entertainment market.

US brings an end to net neutrality regulations

The Federal Communications Commission in the United States has ended net neutrality rules which regulate access to the Internet and which required Internet Service Providers to treat all Web traffic equally.

NBN Co unveils new discounted pricing structure to bouquets and brickbats

In what it describes as ‘dramatic discounts on its top-tier internet access plans’ NBN Co has unveiled a new lower cost wholesale pricing structure for retail service providers. Some welcome the move, while political critics have labelled the announcement as a capitulation.

Apple's Final Cut Pro X update introduces '360-Degree VR Video Editing' and more

Apple's major update to its professional video editing app not only includes 360-degree VR video editing and 8K video editing, but adds advanced colour grading, HDR support and more.

Apple launches iMac Pro, 'the most powerful Mac ever'

iMac Pro. Launching today, It's the most powerful Mac in the world, to be beaten presumably only by a forthcoming Mac Pro due next year, but until then, iMac Pro is it.

Where is the Matrixx? On Google Cloud, as a digital commerce solution

The question has always been "What is the Matrixx," but now that its digital transformation tool is available on Google Cloud, we now know where you can also find it.

Do good this summer: recycle your mobile and help provide a meal

Got an old, broken or unwanted phone collecting dust in a drawer somewhere, ready to never be used as a spare phone when new ones are so cheap? And want to help feed the needy?

New NBN Co pricing won't mean lower prices for consumers: Amaysim

The new lower pricing structure recently announced by NBN Co will not necessarily mean lower prices for consumers, according to the broadband boss of budget mobile and broadband provider Amaysim. However, it will enable RSPs to provide better services for the same cost, he said.

Adelaide Uni meets supercomputer demand with $1 million in new funding

The University of Adelaide is investing another $1 million to increase the capacity of its supercomputer, to meet what it says is growing demand and to ensure researchers continue to have access to high-performance computing (HPC) services.

Kogan Mobile adds more data to its plans in clever counter competition

The clever data counters at Kogan Mobile have responded to various telco moves by adding yet more data to some of its plans, all in an attempt to cleverly counter competing offers with offers of its own.

NBN Co capitulates on pricing, Govt to blame: Rowland

Labor’s Shadow Minister for Communications, Michelle Rowland, is keeping up the political pressure on the Government over the NBN ahead of this weekend’s Bennalong by-election, and in the wake of an announcement by NBN Co, operators of the National Broadband Network, that it is planning to slash wholesale prices of its services to retailers.

BP's 'world's most powerful supercomputer' for research and exploration uses HPE tech

BP says it has "more than doubled the total computing power of its Centre for High-Performance Computing (CHPC) in Houston, making it the most powerful supercomputer in the world for commercial research."

Ericsson's '5G-ready network' selected by Deutsch Telekom

Deutsche Telekom "is modernising its mobile network with 5G-ready multi-standard solutions" in a quest to offer its customers "an ever better customer experience"

Latitude launches 5th new payment platform for the year

Melbourne-based consumer finance business Latituide Financial Services has launched its fifth mobile payment platform this year, with the launch of Fitbit Pay and Garmin Pay.

Dubber secures $6.5 million from investors for global expansion

Australian-listed call recording platform provider Dubber says it has received commitments for a $6.5 million capital raising from investors, with the funds to be used to expand business in North America and Europe.

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