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NASA picks three winners in Freelancer robotic arm contest

The space agency has been crowdsourcing ideas for a floating robot cube that will soon board the International Space Station

Optus hits back at Telstra 5G claims

Optus has said its spectrum holdings and 'advanced planning' means it will launch services in January, with an update coming in September after a live showcase of 5G in April; however, it added that

NSW Telco Authority seeks information on radio network expansion

A request for information is seeking 'innovative ideas' for the expansion of the NSW government's critical communications radio network.

Australia passes 'revenge porn' legislation

The non-consensual sharing of intimate images online will now be punishable by criminal penalties of up to seven years in prison and civil penalties of up to AU$525,000 for corporations and AU$105,000

NBN doubles revenue for AU$2b in FY18, readies G.fast for FttC

NBN CEO Bill Morrow has revealed that NBN is close to enabling G.fast technology on its FttC network for gigabit speeds, with the company reporting EBITDA of negative AU$2 billion for the 2018

Turnbull opens Australian Cyber Security Centre HQ

The federal government said the new headquarters of Australia's cybersecurity centre will be a central hub for cybersecurity information, advice, and assistance to all Australians.

​SK Telecom to install earthquake sensors on national network

SK Telecom will install earthquake sensors on over 8,000 radio station clusters nationwide and send the data to the Korea Meteorological Administration.

Brazilian president signs data protection bill

The new rules will be enforced in 18 months, when public and private sector organizations collecting data should be fully compliant.

Westpac CIO Dave Curran to retire

Westpac has announced that its chief information officer will retire from his position at the end of January 2019, to be replaced by Citi's Craig Bright.

Telstra FY18 profit down by AU$345m ahead of nationwide 5G launch

Telstra has announced a net profit of AU$3.5 billion on revenue of AU$26 billion and EBITDA of AU$10.1 billion for FY18, citing the 'enormous impact' of the NBN as well as increased mobile

Best Buy acquires GreatCall for $800 million, adds 900,000 paying customers, subscriptions

GreatCall focuses on services for the aging population, is profitable and has $300 million in annual revenue. The company also gives Best Buy a services boost.

NetApp's Q1 benefits from strong demand

NetApp handily topped expectations and said its all-flash array products are on a $2.2 billion annual run rate.

Cisco tops Q4 earnings targets

Recurring revenue was 32 percent of total revenue, up one point from a year ago, Cisco said.

Alibaba takes more cloud products global, eyes APAC growth

Chinese internet giant talks up new product releases such as Anti-Bot Service and its datacentre footprint in Asia-Pacific as key differentiators against cloud rivals, Amazon Web Services and Google.

This is the lowest price ever on Sony's DPT-RP1 digital-paper tablet

This big slab of E-Ink is great for marking up PDFs, though it definitely has its limitations.

OneDrive tips and tricks: How to master Microsoft's free cloud storage

If you haven't checked out OneDrive lately, you're missing out. Over the past two years, Microsoft has methodically added a raft of new features that can help you back up personal files and photos. In

Before taking that DNA test: Six things you need to know

As DNA testing becomes more common, more and more of us are spitting saliva. But what exactly is a DNA test? How does it work? What are the implications? We try to answer these questions here.

Digital risk protection in 2018: New vendors, new leaders, new wave

Here are the capabilities that security and risk professionals should prioritize when selecting a Digital Risk Protection solution.

Former Microsoft engineer sent behind bars for role in ransomware extortion scheme

The engineer was neck-deep in laundering proceeds from Reveton ransomware victims.

Oracle open sources GraphPipe, a new standard for machine learning models

This high-performance standard protocol should make it easier for businesses to deploy and query machine learning models from any framework.