INDIGO West cable lands at Perth beach

Work on the first section of the INDIGO West subsea cable is now complete, after it landed today at Floreat Beach in Perth.

Written by George Nott19 Sept. 18 14:11

Microsoft introduces HoloLens to businesses

​Microsoft announced new AI and mixed-reality applications for its Dynamics 365 online business software, putting to use its augmented-reality goggles HoloLens for businesses.

Written by Reuters19 Sept. 18 11:10

Japanese fashion dude going round the moon

SpaceX, Elon Musk's space transportation company, on Monday named its first private passenger on a voyage around the moon as Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, the founder and chief executive of online fashion retailer Zozo.

Written by Reuters19 Sept. 18 09:28

U.S. investigating Elon Musk's statements on taking Tesla private

Tesla Inc said on Tuesday the U.S. Department of Justice was investigating Chief Executive Elon Musk's public statements in August that he was considering taking the electric carmaker private, the latest and biggest threat to Musk and his leadership of the electric car maker.

Written by Reuters19 Sept. 18 09:04

Westpac proof of concept wins tech buzzword bingo

​Westpac has launched a proof of concept combining four of the most talked about technologies of the day: data analytics, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things and blockchain.

Written by George Nott18 Sept. 18 21:11

Australia's $315BN digital opportunity is slipping away

'Digital innovation' – encompassing innovation-led productivity improvements of existing businesses and the rise of new digital industries – can deliver $315 billion in gross economic value to Australia over the next decade.

Written by George Nott18 Sept. 18 11:51

5 ways to improve your relationship with HR

Talent recruitment and development are more critical than they have ever been before and one key to success is making sure you have a strong relationship with your organisation’s HR staff.

Written by Lou Markstrom18 Sept. 18 10:25

Qualcomm, Apple kick off second trial seeking US iPhone import ban

A second trial between Apple and Qualcomm before the U.S. International Trade Commission has begun in Washington, D.C., with the iPhone maker squaring off against the world's biggest mobile chipmaker over whether Apple should be banned from importing several recent iPhone models to the United States.

Written by Reuters18 Sept. 18 08:43

The cultural change at IP Australia making data an asset

‘Treat data as an asset’ sounds like a straightforward and sensible maxim for any government agency to abide by. It was one published in bold type in IP Australia’s corporate plan from a few years back.

Written by George Nott17 Sept. 18 12:52

ACCC puts telcos on notice over false advertising

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has warned telecommunications companies that they will face court action if they fail to ensure their advertising is clear and transparent.

Written by Byron Connolly17 Sept. 18 11:45

Four industries Apple is set to disrupt

Though Apple tends to focus on the consumer, the new iPhones and Apple Watch could shake up everything from healthcare to retail and even media.

Written by IDG News Service staff17 Sept. 18 09:30

New app warns Syrians of air strikes

A Russian military aircraft thunders into the sky at 4.47 pm from Russia's air base at Hmeimim in western Syria, veering to the east.

Written by Reuters16 Sept. 18 09:46

Jeff Bezos to spend $2B on homelessness and pre-schools

​Jeff Bezos,'s founder and the world's richest person, said on Thursday he will commit $2 billion to helping homeless families and starting pre-schools for low-income communities.

Written by Reuters16 Sept. 18 09:40
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