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Dawn of the New Everything, book review: VR, and decisions that cast long shadows

In an engaging memoir, virtual reality pioneer Jaron Lanier recounts an unusual childhood, charts the history of his company VPL, and offers opinions on the tech-driven world he helped to shape.

​The Australian government and the loose definition of IT projects 'working well'

Straight-faced, a Department of Human Services representative told a Senate committee its data-matching 'robodebt' project went well, because it produced savings.

Trump fires starting gun on technology trade war with China

Washington has kicked off the process of putting tariffs and investment restrictions on Chinese companies, while taking the Middle Kingdom to the World Trade Organization for dispute settlement.

Australian government forms 'fintech bridge' agreement with UK

The UK-Australia FinTech Bridge was announced by UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond at Thursday's International FinTech Conference in London.

​Australian Taxation Office happy to go it alone with cybersecurity

Despite the Australian Signals Directorate last week stating that those not seeking its help with security aren't taking the matter seriously, the Australian Taxation Office has backed its in-house approach.

Dodo, iPrimus, Commander latest to compensate 5,800 NBN customers

Another 5,861 customers will be compensated for not receiving the NBN speeds they were paying for across Vocus' Dodo, iPrimus, and Commander brands.

Basslink 'strongly denies' it owes Tasmanian government compensation

Basslink has called the accusations from the Tasmanian government that it breached its contract as operator of the Basslink Interconnector 'belated', given the cable went live 10 years ago.

NBN announces 'simulated training' for contractors

The first of a series of NBN Network Simulated Labs has opened in TAFE NSW's Lidcombe site, with the facilities to provide training and assessment for external workers on network deployment, activation, and maintenance.

Baidu obtains plates to test autonomous cars on public roads in Beijing

Local Beijing authority releases temporary licenses for autonomous driving tests in the city soon after the fatal accident caused by an unmanned Uber car in the US.

Are enterprises really ready for AI?

Businesses are facing setbacks around AI adoption -- with over half feeling that they are not prepared to effectively use AI technologies in their organisations.

Omnicharge: The ultimate power bank for your most expensive mobile gadgets

It’s pricey, sure -- but so is the device you’re charging. Do you really want to risk a $1,000 phone or tablet on a $50 battery pack?

If Facebook worked... we wouldn't be in this mess

Revenues from subscriptions rather than from advertising would improve Facebook and silence critics.

Google Assistant now lets you send and request money from your contacts

In the coming months, users will be able to send or request money via voice-activated speakers like Google Home.

Can these minimalist phones save us from our smartphone obsession?

Approaches include a smaller smartphone, an attractively designed minimalist phone, and bringing more sophisticated apps to feature phones.
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