CSIRO has bought into a company to help it produce flexible phone screens and other high-tech products.

Healthcare providers are concerned for the future of Medicare-backed telehealth.

Mobile phone data has been used to accurately predict personality traits.

Australian researchers have found new evidence of a highly unusual quantum state, which could be key to some revolutionary new devices.

Australian engineers have turned human hair into highly sensitive sensors.

Telstra says it will have Australian agents answer all inbound calls from 2022.

LinkedIn has been accused of secretly reading Apple users' clipboard content.

Telstra has made a $5.4 million STEM investment with the University of Melbourne.

Queensland is trying to save money by pausing spending on IT projects.

Investment in Australian astronomy appears to be paying dividends.

A cold-calling electronics company has been forced to refund customers.

Experts say parents’ smartphone use does not appear to harm parent/child relationships.

The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) is working to simplify the architecture of government platforms, products, and services.

Funding has been provided for 21 new mobile phone towers in NSW regional areas.

The Federal Government has put up $4.5 million for an Indigenous health website.

The New South Wales government is seeking feedback on its new cyber security strategy.

Government funding will soon start flowing to agencies in real-time.

The Federal Government re-announced billions in existing military spending this week.

Universities are working on new ways to combat students’ cheating.

A former fintech star has been engulfed in a massive misconduct case.

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