Rio Tinto is buying more robo-drills to “create a safer working environment and boost productivity”.

The CEFC has given $5 million in support for a company that makes energy-saving thermostats.

The outgoing boss of the NBN says government policy is behind some slow speeds.

NBN Co has announced major collaborations with the University of Melbourne (UoM) and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).

The Federal Government has put up $70 million for a “next generation” supercomputer.

Telstra has been fined $10 million for signing up mobile customers for ‘premium billing’ without their knowledge or agreement.

A mind-bending physics experiment has demonstrated quantum entanglement in massive objects.

A tech competition has led to the development of ‘smart steering wheels’ that can sense the early stages of driver fatigue.

A new centre dedicated to advanced medical 3D-printing has been launched this week.

NBN Co has been accused of misusing its Sky Muster satellite service.

The Victorian Government says it will pay people to find better power deals, in a plan the Opposition has labelled a “bribe”.

Twiggy Forrest has launched a universal database for cancer patients to share their medical records.

The Queensland Government is keeping facial recognition software installed for the Commonwealth Games in place, but will not say when it will be used.

A CSIRO firm has secured funding for its advanced video telehealth platform.

The Australian TV lobby wants Facebook and Google to be more transparent ...

NASA is launching a new planet-hunting probe on the back of a SpaceX rocket this week.

An official report reveals complaints about the NBN soared more than 200 per cent over the last six months of last year.

Researchers have recreated the searing experience of a bushfire from the safety of a virtual reality headset.

A $200 million Digital Health CRC has been launched to improve the use of data in the health system.

Experts have created a new outlet to access up-to-date satellite data at the click of a button.

Australian engineers have invented a tiny fibre-optic probe that can measure temperature and see deep inside the body.

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