Several years in the making, Australia’s Consumer Data Right is likely to be rolled out to more than just banks. Here’s what businesses should know.
Perth is months away from receiving the telco’s fastest internet speeds, having already started in Eastern States.
Aussie researchers have developed game-changing technology that would give smart cars X-ray vision and limit accidents with pedestrians and cyclists.
Apple Inc Apple took an $A8 billion hit to its sales during the fiscal fourth quarter, which means Microsoft is now world's most valuable company.
Thousands of scam text messages pretending to be from myGov, Centrelink and the Australian Tax Office have been blocked.
The concept of the metaverse is quickly becoming a buzzword in technology and business. But what does it mean?
The ruler of Dubai hacked his wife's phone using multimillion-pound spyware in a total abuse of trust and power, a British High Court has found.
Australia has slipped five places to 20th among 64 countries ranked for their digital competitiveness.
A US company is developing the first dating app for virtual reality headsets.
Clive Sinclair, the pocket calculator pioneer and "electronics wizard" behind the first affordable consumer computer, has died aged 81.
US social media giants Facebook and Twitter have been fined by a Russian court for failing to delete content.
Your palm could soon be your ticket into a concert as Amazon is showing.
Following a a settlement with Japan's anti-trust regulator, Apple Inc will let some apps like Netflix Inc provide links to their websites for user payments.
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James Cook University researchers have used artificial intelligence to predict some of the key markers of drought conditions up to six months ahead of time.
China has issued draft rules in Beijing's latest move to crackdown on its internet sector and the use of algorithms to entice users to spend money.
The Biden administration is seeking help from tech companies and financial institutions to counter increasingly sophisticated ransomware attacks.
Facebook is testing a new virtual reality remote work app, Workrooms, in which users can attend meetings as avatar versions of themselves.
Australia's growing cyber attack threat has sparked a demand for more "ethical hackers".
Amazon has copped a huge fine from the European Union for processing personal data in violation of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation.
Alphabet's Google has been slapped with a 500 million euro fine by France's antitrust watchdog over a news publishing row.
Tech giants have pushed back on proposed powers that would allow the federal government to intervene in companies' networks to block cyber attacks.
The army's former chief of cyber warfare says Australia's critical data should not be stored overseas, while new cyber security laws can't come soon enough.
A probe into Bill Gates' involvement with an employee almost 20 years ago was conducted by Microsoft after concerns were raised.
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