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Gold Coast now one of most digitally connected cities: Optus

Optus says its network infrastructure deployed on the Gold Coast for the recent Commonwealth Games makes the city one of Australia’s most digitally connected cities, capable of hosting a range of major sporting and entertainment events.

Loyalty wallet app 'Stocard' hits 2.2 million Aussie users, adds new partner

Billed as "the world’s leading mobile loyalty wallet", Stocard has announced its 1 million users when it launched locally in July 2016 has reached a new milestone, more than doubling in just 18 months.

Commerce Commission reviewing NZ fibre ahead of regulation

New Zealand’s competition regulator The Commerce Commission has launched a study of fibre services, to help it prepare for future regulation of fibre networks across the country.

VIDEO: Samsung 'sets new bar' with new, 3rd-gen 970 PRO and EVO NVMe M.2 SSDs

Promising its new NVMe M.2 970 series enables "high-performance computing through enhanced speed, exceptional endurance and system design flexibility", Samsung says it has set a new bar in all aspects of the technology.

Court gives auDA time until 28 July to hold SGM

The au Domain Administration, the organisation that administer Australia's domain namespace, has been granted an extension by the Federal Court to hold a special general meeting requested by some dissatisfied members who are seeking to oust the chief executive and three directors.

Social, economic benefits of NBN revealed: Budde

A report showing the social and economic benefits of the National Broadband Network (NBN) could be a gamechanger for the future of the NBN, according to telecommunications industry analyst Paul Budd.

Study finds more H-1B visas going to US tech companies

More H-1B visas are now going to American technology companies and fewer visas are being used by India-based companies, a study of of government data for 2017-18 by the research organisation National Foundation for American Policy, has found.

Labor urges government to retain NRS at same access level

The Australian Labor Party has urged the government to consult consumer groups and the community around the National Relay Service about any changes that are being considered, to ensure that the same level of access as at present is maintained.

Basslink dispute goes to arbitration

The dispute between the Tasmanian Government and Basslink, the company that manages the undersea data and power cable that links Tasmania to the Australian mainland, will go to arbitration, following a notification from the government to the company.

China smartphone shipments show dramatic fall in Q1 2018

Smartphone shipments in China have recorded their biggest decline, falling by more than 21% on an annual basis to 91 million units in the first quarter of 2018, with a sense of fatigue evident in the market.

FULL VIDEOS: Forcepoint's pointed power of human-centric 'risk-adaptive protection' against advanced threats

In an ever evolving threat landscape, new strategies are required to stay one step ahead of both the bad guys and competitors in the war to win data security for customers - without inhibiting end-user productivity.

Start-ups selected for inaugural Insurtech Accelerator

Seven insurtech start-ups have been selected to take place in fintech hub Stone & Chalk’s inaugural Insurtech accelerator, backed by EY, Hall & Wilcox, QBE & TAL.

Redflow chairman Brett Johnson

Listed Australian battery company Redflow is raising $18.1 million in equity capital, with the funds to be used to scale up battery production and to grow Australian and international sales.

US Justice Dept investigating Huawei over Iran sanctions

The United States has upped the ante in its ongoing battle against Huawei Technologies, with the Justice Department investigating whether the Chinese telecommunications giant has violated US sanctions on Iran.

Iridium prepares for sixth NEXT satellite launch

Satellite communications provider Iridium has announced that all five NEXT satellites for its sixth launch are in processing at SpaceX’s west coast launch site, the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.

Westpac extends voice commands to Amazon's Echo Spot

Westpac Live customers will be able to use simple banking commands on the Echo Spot, Amazon's latest voice-enabled and touchscreen smart assistant, from today.

Lenovo may have to exit Hang Seng index

Chinese tech giant Lenovo Group could lose its place on Hong Kong's benchmark equity index if its shares continue to tumble as they have.

AI growth explosion to US$1.2 trillion in value: report

The global business value derived from artificial intelligence is predicted to total US$1.2 trillion in 2018 — an increase of 70% from 2017 — with customer experience a key area for growth, according to a newly published report.

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