Ericsson, Telstra and Intel have made the first end to end 5G non-standalone 3GPP data call over a commercial mobile network.
Stories by George Nott
A number of Australians attempting to opt-out of having a My Health Record automatically created for them are reporting that a record already exists in their name without them knowing.
Samsung Electronics Australia and Uniting – which operates a number of residential care homes across NSW and the ACT – are partnering to provide dementia patients with virtual reality and 360 degree video experiences.
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.
The University of Canberra is reviving its mainframe degree with a cohort of at least 25 students expected to start the Bachelor of Information and Mainframe Technology course in December.
Rio Tinto’s fully autonomous train has completed its first delivery of iron ore between the miner’s Mount Tom Price mine and the port of Cape Lambert, the organisation announced today.
Microsoft has launched a free version of its collaboration app Teams, which can be used without an Office 365 subscription.
Since it was founded in 2005, Box has transformed itself from a consumer-focused file storage Dropbox-alike into an enterprise-ready content management and collaboration platform.
More than half of the 3,000 Australian organisations surveyed by Hays in its latest Jobs Report say they intend to increase IT headcounts within the next six months.
The huge progress made in unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology over the last decade is thanks to one person more than any other. And he’s a complete dummy.
Google has opened a new 100 desk office in Melbourne, but the company is sticking with Sydney as the location of its headquarters, despite the trouble it is facing finding a bigger home there.
And there's barely a beanbag in sight
One of the more unusual senior technology vacancies in Australia has been filled.
Researchers from the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) have this week returned from a 10 day mission on the Research Vessel Cape Ferguson during which they trialed the use of underwater and aerial drones to run automated surveys of the Great Barrier Reef.
Back in the ’70s, researchers in the US Defence Department’s internetworking program needed to decide how much address space computers on “this Internet thing” were going to need.