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New Kogan 4-in-1 Win 10 notebook with stylus at $399 challenges cheapest iPad

With the 32GB 2017 iPad at $469 in Australia, and iPad Pros at higher prices, Kogan's new Win 10 convertible notebook seeks to challenge in the home, office and education markets at the usual competitive pricing.

Telstra NB-IOT switch on big step towards millions in water savings, claims WaterGroup

Corporate water consultancy company WaterGroup says millions of dollars in manual water reading costs will now be saved with the use of smart water meters.

New Android spyware can steal data in many ways

Android spyware that has a wide range of functionality has been found by the security firm Kaspersky Lab, which likens it to the wares of Italian company Hacking Team that suffered a major data breach in 2015.

YouTube shows smaller video artists the door

YouTube will drastically cut down on the number of its partners who can make money from the platform, making it possible only for those who have 1000 subscribers and at least 4000 hours of viewing to earn anything from ads.

Sharp fall in bitcoin value as Seoul, Beijing crack down

The value of bitcoin has fallen by as much as 25% overnight as news of crackdowns by governments in a number of countries spread.

Trend Micro helps to put UK cyber crook behind bars

Security firm Trend Micro has helped the UK National Crime Authority to put a man behind bars on three charges of computer offences.

Google to build undersea cables to boost cloud business

Google plans to build three new undersea cables to speed up its connections with new regions as it looks to better its cloud computing business and compete with rivals Amazon and Microsoft.

US politicians push AT&T to cut Huawei ties: report

American politicians are bringing pressure to bear on telecommunications giant AT&T to cut commercial ties with Chinese telco Huawei Technologies and to oppose a bid by telecommunications operator China Mobile to enter the US market due to alleged national security concerns.

Lawyers hit by cyber criminals, says Darktrace

Western Australian law firm Jackson McDonald has selected AI technology from Singapore-based security firm Darktrace to defend its critical data, including confidential case work, litigation strategies and sensitive client information.

Ericsson' global customer 5G wish list outlines action plan for consumers

Ericsson has presented "Towards a 5G consumer future", its "Consumer and Industry Insight report that discusses the six calls to action from consumers that operators need to act upon to provide a foundation for adoption of 5G technology".

Global IT spending to reach over US$3.7 trillion in 2018: Gartner

Global IT spending in 2018 is forecast to grow 4.5% to reach nearly a whopping US$3.8 trillion, according to Gartner’s latest quarterly IT spending forecast update.

Ethereum cryptocurrency, main rival to Bitcoin

University of NSW students have been earning cryptocurrency for shopping with retailers, restaurants and cafes in a “world-first" trial.

Govt rejects use of more fibre for NBN rollout

The federal government has dismissed recommendations that it should mandate fibre-to-the-curb for the remainder of the national broadband network rollout.

BlackBerry's Jarvis scans code for vulnerabilities

Jarvis aims to keep us safe by spotting vulnerabilities in code that could be used to manipulate the real world.

Mini review: Crucial MX500 1TB SSD

How does Crucial's latest SSD compare with the previous model?

Nokia, Optus seal five-year network deal

Nokia and Optus have inked a five-year agreement under which Nokia will manage and maintain key components of Optus' network infrastructure, operations and field maintenance.

New technology adoption crucial for retailers’ digital transformation: survey

More than half of IT decision-makers in the retail sector say their company will need to adopt new technology in the next three years to evolve and stay competitive, with 97% saying cloud-based solutions are critical to transforming the digital retail experience.

Stephen Dunne, CFA Societies Australia

The investment professionals group CFA Societies Australia has boosted its team with the appointment of two key appointments to its Advocacy Council and its National Diversity Committee.

‘Self-serve’ IT predicted as way of the future

The year 2018 will be the one that “self-serve” IT goes mainstream, as organisations look to become more agile by decentralising IT and empowering internal teams to drive more of their own innovation, according to a newly published report.

Bid to block cryptocurrency regulation in South Korea

The South Korean Government's attempts to regulate the use of cryptocurrencies has led to mounting support for a petition seeking to stop the efforts at curbing use of such currencies.

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