Optus to build 12 new mobile sites as part of fed govt's black spot programme

If the lack of Optus mobile coverage in specific locations in NSW, QLD and Tasmania is leaving you feeling black, Optus and the federal government's Mobile Black Spot programme will shine bright white with fresh new coverage.

OPPO opens new research institute to target AI and 5G

After the news OPPO has given up on Blu-Ray players, its new direction is "cutting edge research in software, hardware and mobile standards" including AI and 5G.

Schrole seals recruitment strategic alliance with ISS

Australian-listed education technology company Schrole Group has entered into a binding term sheet ahead of an agreement with International School Services to provide a comprehensive recruitment service for international schools under the brand ISS-Schrole Advantage.

Experts divided on NBN Co chief Morrow's departure

Regular commentators on the national broadband network have mixed opinions about the departure of NBN Co chief executive Bill Morrow, with some not absolving him of the condition of the project and others saying he could do no better under the circumstances.

Boom: Amazon, Apple and Google take out top three in Brand Finance's Tech 100 2018

With tech brands "booming" while expanding "beyond traditional domains", Amazon has taken the top spot as the "world's most valuable tech brand", while Apple and Google have taken No.2 and 3 respectively as Chinese brands "surge in value."

Mobile wallets booming as Paypal leads the pack, but will QR codes or NFC win?

With mobile wallets set to pass two billion users next year, and QR code payments soaring in China despite challenges elsewhere, who will cash in and win the digital wallet war?

Professor Veena Sahajwalla, UNSW

A microfactory that can transform the components from electronic waste such as discarded smartphones and laptops into valuable materials for re-use has been launched at UNSW, Sydney.

Emergency communications upgraded for Parramatta CBD

There has been a 92% increase in portable radio coverage and a substantial improvement in coverage for emergency and essential services in the Parramatta CBD with the completion of a new radio site in the area.

Labor blames 'NBN economic mess' for Morrow's exit

Labor communications spokesperson Michelle Rowland has laid the blame for the exit of NBN chief executive Bill Morrow squarely on the "economic mess' that the national broadband network has become under Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Empired partners Microsoft to launch Azure central regions

Perth-based national IT services provider Empired has been selected by Microsoft as the launch partner for its cloud computing platform, Azure, for its Central Regions data centres in Canberra.

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