auDA directors to shield CEO from no-confidence resolution

The directors of the au Domain Administration, the body responsible for the au namespace, have moved to shield chief executive Cameron Boardman, by agreeing not to allow a resolution calling for him to step down at a forthcoming special general meeting to be considered.

Microsoft caught changing blog over border child separation

Microsoft excised some portions of a January blog post about its close association with the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement — which is under fire for enforcing an US Government policy of forcibly separating asylum-seekers from their children — but then restored it after the deletion was spotted.

Here is Huawei's letter to Australian MPs in full

In a letter to Australian MPs titled "Huawei is good & safe for Australia", the Chinese tech powerhouse is appealing directly to politicians to not lock it out of Australia's 5G future.

Plain sailing with AI-powered chatbot for Singapore sailors

The Singapore Sailing Federation is claiming a world first with the launch of an artificial intelligence-powered sailing chatbot to deliver real-time wind and weather readings to regatta participants at Singapore’s 2018 national sailing championship.

Syntonic flags acquisition of Zenvia mobile unit

Australian-listed, US-based mobile platform and service provider Syntonic has signalled its intention to acquire the mobile commerce business unit of Brazilian application-to-person sector service provider Zenvia.

Take-up of faster NBN plans increasing, company claims

More customers are switching to faster broadband plans, NBN Co, the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, claims.

Huawei officials lobby pollies over 5G participation

Top officials of Chinese telecommunications company Huawei have written to Australian MPs and senators telling them that excluding the firm from the 5G rollout in the country would result in increased costs, an inferior service and pose a threat to the company's operations Down Under.

DocuSign goes local

Digital signing operator DocuSign is setting up shop in three Australian data centres.

Cornerstone joins Anaplan channel partner network

US-based connected planning solutions vendor Anaplan has appointed consulting services company Cornerstone Performance Management as a channel partner for its Australia and New Zealand network.

GE announces 'largest rollout of 3D printers' to schools in Australia

A total of 103 Australian primary and secondary schools will each receive a polymer 3D printer from GE as part of its "Additive Education Program", in what is the largest such rollout in Australia, to "give students hands-on additive manufacturing experience".

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