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EU regulators slug Google with record US$5B fine

EU regulators hit Google with a record 4.34 billion euros ($5 billion) antitrust fine on Wednesday for using its Android mobile operating system to squeeze out rivals.

Written by Reuters18 July 18 21:50

AustCyber: Time to 'harmonise' bamboozling government cyber advice

The Australian government should adopt an adapted version of the US Government’s NIST Cybersecurity Framework as its guidance for businesses, the Australian Cyber Security Growth Centre (AustCyber) has advised in a policy paper published today.

Written by George Nott18 July 18 15:46

5 critical elements of business planning

It can be difficult to determine which technology and business initiatives or programs are worth pursuing, spending more time investigating or eliminating altogether.

Written by Lou Markstrom17 July 18 16:50

Bank of Queensland squares away payment deal

Bank of Queensland (BOQ) has struck a deal with Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey’s Square to market contactless and chip card payments to small businesses.

Written by Byron Connolly17 July 18 12:30

Tesla shares drop after Elon Musk abuses British cave diver

Shares of Tesla Inc fell 2.75 percent on Monday after chief executive Elon Musk directed abuse on Twitter at one of the British cave divers involved in the rescue of 12 Thai children last week.

Written by Reuters17 July 18 09:58

Netflix shares down 14 per cent

Netflix's subscriber growth fell short of Wall Street expectations on Monday, sending shares of the normally high-flying stock down 14 percent on fears that the company's expansion is slowing.

Written by Reuters17 July 18 09:28

Trio completes first 5G data call

Ericsson, Telstra and Intel on Monday said they had completed the first 5G non-standalone 3GPP data call on a commercial mobile network.

Written by Byron Connolly16 July 18 16:48

New blockchain targeting sustainable development economy

Ian Jones describes corporate social responsibility funding as a ‘grudging obligation’ that, as it currently stands, achieves very little apart from being an exercise in good PR.

Written by Byron Connolly16 July 18 12:14

My Health Record opt-out window opens

​Australians will have a My Health Record created for them by the end of the year, unless they opt-out during a three month window which starts today.

Written by George Nott16 July 18 08:53
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