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Cubesats being tested at the ANU AITC space simulator

With Australia about to embark on the establishment of its own space agency, the Australian National University’s (ANU) Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics (RSAA) has announced a new agreement with UNSW Canberra on building and testing satellites and space instruments.

Innovation  key to ride sharing market growth: Juniper

Innovation is driving the growth of the global ride sharing industry with service providers and operators likely to pull in an estimated US$11 billion in revenues this year, increasing to US$19 billion in 2022.

Digital transformation business drives RIoT Solutions growth

Brisbane-based industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and operation technology (OT) solutions provider RIoT Solutions is trumpeting significant growth on the back of digital transformation business in two years since its establishment.

No wind up: Wind Tre takes MATRIXX red pill, sees how deep digital commerce can go

Top Italian telco Wind Tre, a merger of the previous Three Mobile and Wind brands, has more customers than people in Australia: 31.3 million, and has entered the MATRIXX of digitally transformative nirvana.

VIDEO Interview: Western Digital’s 64-layer 3D NAND, WDC Blue 3D and SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD

Western Digital still makes top-notch hard drives in ever larger capacities, and is now a true SSD competitor with its 64-layer 3D SSD tech making moves for market supremacy.

Intel goes extremely Extreme with Core i9 14, 16 and 18-core processors

If you feel an extreme need for speed, Intel is extremely keen to smash AMD’s “surp-ryzen” performance with its own range of newly extreme processors on silicon steroids.

Telstra seals deal as ASX global connectivity partner

Telstra has secured a deal with the Australian Stock Exchange as the connectivity partner for the ASX’s international network services.

Intel’s 8th-gen Core processor range for desktop and gaming arrives 5 October

Promising “premium performance” for its “best gaming processor ever”, featuring a “boost in frame rate rate ‘of up to’ 25% gen over gen”, Intel is pulling about all the stops to outshine the land of AMD’s Ryzen sun.

Top five ways to ‘get paid on time’ to keep small biz afloat

If you’re not getting paid on time after invoicing, a new survey by ezyCollect has some interesting findings while divulging ways to get paid faster.

Will self-driving cars deliver more traffic congestion?

A new report by the University of Sydney’s Business School, dubbed the Transport Opinion Survey, suggests self-driving cars won’t ease road congestion but might even increase it.

VIDEO Interview: Arcon Techsolutions' Anil Bhandari talks risk control solutions, Aust market and more

At the CACS Oceania ISACA 2017 conference, I found global company new to the Australian market specialising in risk control solutions, and spoke to its Chief Mentor, Anil Bhandari to learn more.

NBN Co's annual results: another effort to polish a turd

How does one describe the annual results from NBN Co, a company that loses $4.24 billion and then announces that it "delivered strong financial results, exceeding key targets set by the board?"

ACCC to appeal LG decision by Federal Court

The competition watchdog, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), is appealing against the High Court’s decision dismissing its allegations that LG Electronics made false or misleading representations to consumers about repair, replacement or refund rights in relation to faulty televisions.

Technical glitch hits flights at Sydney Airport

Technical issues caused flight delays at Sydney Airport from about 5am today, with flights unable to leave and few able to arrive.

VIDEOS of ISACA Oceania CACS 2017 Conference: Cybersecurity, Women in Tech, interviews and more

ISACA’s Oceania CACS 2017 conference was held early September, and I captured Alastair MacGibbon’s excellent keynote speech, as well as Mike Trovato’s keynote, interviewing them both, Jo Stewart-Rattray on Women in Tech and ISACA chief executive Matt Loeb.

HPE set to sack 5000 staff beginning before year-end

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is set to reduce its staff count by about 10%, with the cuts beginning before the end of the year.

ANU Siding Spring Skymapper telescope.

Australia is to establish its own space agency with the federal government set to announce plans for the agency as it looks to cash in on the growing global space industry estimated to be worth $400 billion.

EU signals it is serious about big tech tax issue

The European Union has given an indication that it is serious about going after big technology companies that avoid paying taxes in states that belong to the union.

Tech support scam used to run cryptocurrency miner in Chrome, IE

Researchers at security firm Trend Micro say they have discovered a new campaign that aims to implant a cryptocurrency miner when users visit infected websites using Chrome or Internet Explorer.

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