Innovation is about far more than shiny phones and souped-up PCs. There's a lot of inventions out there transforming lives or with the potential to change... Read more »
NBN's usage of the legacy copper network has been successful to date, with consumers able to get high speeds while utilising the widely panned fibre-to-the-node network. Read more »
New Zealand's 8i landed NZ$20 million in its series A funding round, and is expecting to use the cash injection to continue making virtual reality 'more human', and expand its engineering team.
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Australian-listed Invigor Group has entered into an agreement to acquire smart media specialist, Condat AG, for a total of AU$4.5 million. Read more »
The Korea Trade Network's development of an ActiveX-free authentication certification program may be the most concrete sign yet of South Korea finally dislodging itself from Internet Explorer.
The company's CEO has announced the production of 36-layer 3D NAND by the end of the year, and 48-stack 3D NAND next year, as well as plans to boost production of DRAM.
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A vulnerability that could allow an attacker to take control of a machine running Flash is currently being exploited in the wild, Trend Micro has found. Read more »
Intel has said it is experiencing 20 percent growth in the consumer sales in Australia, and it is being driven by 2-in-1 laptops. Read more »
Australian telco Telstra has partnered with HP, F5, and Nuage to announce a proof of concept for a multi-vendor, open NFV solution. Read more »
Australian online freelancing services marketplace Freelancer has posted a AU$33,000 net operating loss for the third quarter of the year, but is focusing on the approval of its latest acquisition. Read more »