iPhone production issues hit Foxconn profits

Taiwan company Foxconn Technology has recorded a 39% drop in profit for the quarter ending September compared to the corresponding period a year ago, a fall that appears to be attributable in part to production difficulties with the iPhone.

2018 a year of ‘uncertainty’ for companies not embracing digital transformation: report

Companies face a year of more uncertainty in 2018 and the window of opportunity is closing for many looking to digitally transform, and revitalise customer experiences, according to a new report.

Australia moves up seller rankings at Alibaba online festival

Australia has shown that its online outlets are able to keep up with the rest, recording the second-best performance by any nation at Alibaba Group’s 2017 11.11 Global Shopping Festival.

MuleSoft deploys Anypoint for Christchurch Council

Christchurch City Council has deployed IT solutions provider MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform to build a series of system integrations and open data APIs designed to enable government agencies and third parties access to provide enhanced experiences to citizens of the municipality.

NBN: costs stay about the same for MTM rollout

The costs of installing the various technologies that are part of the national broadband network have stayed more or less static since the last quarter, according to figures released by NBN Co today.

Swinburne, DXC join forces on first ‘neurodiversity’ hub for students

Victoria’s Swinburne University of Technology has inked a Memorandum of Understanding with global IT services company DXC Technology to establish the first “neurodiversity” hub for students in Australia – and to increase the number of roles available to Swinburne students in the IT professions.

NBN Co revenue up, but red ink still on balance sheet

NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, has pulled in $405 million revenue during the first quarter of fiscal 2018, an increase of 124% over the $181 million generated in the corresponding quarter a year ago.

Mastercard announces Global Tech Hub and Innovation Centre in Sydney by mid-2018

With AI, machine learning and cyber security to be key focus areas of the new Tech Hub that will be home to Mastercard’s Sydney-based operations, it all opens in one location in 2018.

Telstra re-launches 'unlimited data allowances' on Internet plans over $99, names highest streaming areas

Those with long memories know Telstra once offered unlimited data nearly two decades ago, but in 2017, plans $99 and above go unlimited while others get a doubling of data.

VIDEOS: Presenting the rest of the Global Broadband Futures conference

NBN Co's Global Broadband Futures conference concluded yesterday with virtually every speaker telling a tale of mixed broadband technologies on the road to full fibre. Here's the rest of the videos.

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