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Apple sold $4.2 billion of product in New Zealand, paid $0...

Enlarge / A customer in Apple's store in Auckland, New Zealand, in 2010. A report by a major New Zealand newspaper found Apple hasn't...

Spider venom messes with our brains—and may help protect them from...

Enlarge / the Australian funnel-web spider (Hadronyche infensa) (credit: Toby Hudson) It may not be radioactive, but venom from a dangerous spider...

Australian leaders pledge funds for energy storage after billionaire Tweet bet

A battery installation like the one on San Diego Gas & Electric's grid in Southern California could be in store for Australia. (credit: SDG&E) Late...

​Canberra coughs up AU$730m for Defence Technologies Fund

The Australian government has announced a AU$730 million 'Next Generation' Technologies Fund that it said will be used to help the Defence Force respond...

Australia’s dream to teach the world to cyber

The Australian Cyber Security Growth Network has made education and talent development a core part of its newly-announced strategy.

Prysmian scores another world record in Telecom Networks

Highest capacity underwater optical cable deployed in Hong Kong to provide new data centre broadband connectionMilan, March 15, 2017 - Prysmian Group, world leader...

Elon Musk on batteries for Australia: “Installed in 100 days or...

Enlarge / A collection of Powerpacks at the storage facility next to the Mira Loma substation in Southern California. (credit: Megan Geuss) On...

Australian government has no issue with agencies demanding telco data outside...

The Attorney-General's Department does not consider agencies using their own statutes to demand data from telcos as a loophole.

Western Australia’s Web votes have security worries, say ‘white hat’ mathematicians

iVote's proxy issues certs – and decrypts data – in America The Western Australian government is pushing back against concerns about the security of...

After legal settlement, Redflex’s six-month losses jump by nearly 10X

Enlarge / ––A sign posted on traffic signals at the corner of Aero Drive and Murphy Canyon Road near the I–-15 in San Diego....

Labor calls out government for breaching privacy laws amid Centrelink fiasco

The federal opposition has accused the Australian government of breaching privacy laws after it was revealed that personal information on a welfare recipient was...

​Government launches first of AU$47m Joint Cyber Security Centres in Brisbane

The Australian government has launched its first of five Joint Cyber Security Centres which will see industry, government, and law enforcement work together to...