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VIDEOS: HTV announces Vive Pro pre-orders at A$1199, previous Vive reduced to $879

HTC's renowned HTC Vive virtual reality headset has received an upgrade to the Vive Pro, with pre-orders now possible, and the existing Vive getting at $129 price cut.

iiNet, Internode compensating customers for misleading NBN speed claims

Internet service providers iiNeT and Internode are compensating thousands of their customers for engaging in misleading or deceptive conduct by promoting and offering NBN plans with maximum speeds that could not be delivered.

Megport's Bevan Slattery

Interconnection services provider Megaport is to raise up $60 million  to expand its capability to deliver connectivity to a broader customer base.

Amaysim's happy happy joy joy at top ranking in happiest customer space

It’s the "International Day of Happiness" and Amaysim is smiling for multiple reasons: not only is it the fourth largest Telco in Australia, but it is now revealed that it has the happiest telco customers.

New biometric system to boost accuracy of border identity checking

A new enterprise biometric identification service to be deployed by Australia’s Department of Home Affairs in July will vastly improve Australia’s biometric storage and processing capability, consolidating biometrics collected through visa and detention programs, according to the Federal Government.

Telstra and Samsung go gangbusters with 1.03Gbps S9/9+ speeds in 'Aussie first'

Telstra has set "new smartphone speed records in Australia, recording 1.03Gbps speeds on Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+" in gigabit-enabled parts of Telstra's mobile network in Sydney. 

Facebook security chief Stamos quits over 'fake news'

Facebook's chief security officer Alex Stamos has quit and will leave the company in August — the second time he has left a high-profile company after a short stint — over alleged Russian troll activity on the social media giant's site.

Telstra, Microsoft partner on cloud voice services launch

Telstra and Microsoft have jointly launched cloud voice services in Australia with the delivery of Telstra Calling for Office 365.

Check Point says CTS Labs' AMD disclosure was 'irresponsible'

Security firm Check Point Research has revived the controversy over the flaws reported in some AMD processors by Israel-based CTS Labs last week, by saying that the way publication was done was "very irresponsible".

BlackBerry adds security features for developers

Alongside several other announcements, BlackBerry has today announced new software to assist the developers of secure systems and applications.

BlackBerry addresses user and admin productivity

New capabilities of various BlackBerry products are aimed at making life simpler and better for IT administrators and users.

BlackBerry, Microsoft build secure bridge

BlackBerry and Microsoft have developed software allowing the secure use of Microsoft's mobile apps from the BlackBerry Dynamics secure enterprise mobility software.

UK warrant sought to raid controversial data firm's servers

Britain's information commissioner Elizabeth Denham will seek a warrant to examine the databases and servers used by data analytics company Cambridge Analytica, the firm that is alleged to have used data of more than 50 million Facebook subscribers for targeting voters in the US presidential election.

Micro Focus shares hammered after profit downgrade

Shares of Britain's biggest technology company, Micro Focus, have fallen by nearly half after it warned of a bigger than expected drop in revenue for the 12 months ending October 2018 and its chief executive quit.

Facebook shares fall 5% after 'data breach' claims

A 5% fall in the value of Facebook shares on Monday followed the exposure over the weekend of a leak of data from the social media giant that is claimed to have exposed details about more than 50 million users.

Unisys secures $44 million Home Affairs contract

Global IT vendor Unisys has inked a multi-year contract with Australia’s Department of Home Affairs to provide new enterprise biometric identification services to facilitate traveller processing and improve the ability to identify criminals and persons of national security interest.

QBE aligns technology and transformation in restructure

QBE Insurance is aligning its technology and transformation teams into a single business unit within its Australian and New Zealand Operations.

Alex McCauley, StartupAus

Australia’s peak national start-up group, StartupAUS, has lauded the federal government’s proposed introduction of a new visa scheme designed to help start-ups and business attract highly skilled global talent.

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