Around 1,000 jobs have been cut as part of a Services Australia contractor cull.

Researchers are using radar satellites to peer through clouds for flood information.

Scientists are hopeful about the potential of a newly-discovered pinwheel structure; self-assembled from pyramid-shaped nanoparticles.

Concerns have been raised about China’s planned national digital health code system.

A leading Australian academy has announced 50 scholarships for women in STEM.

The British government is restricting the use of Chinese surveillance cameras over security fears.

The US government has banned approvals of new telecommunications equipment from China's Huawei Technologies and ZTE.

ASIC is suing a crypto company for unlicensed conduct.

The Federal Government is seeking to regulate the “buy now pay later” industry.

Taxpayers will foot the bill for the legal defence of the previous federal government against robodebt issues.

Artificial intelligence has helped solve a mystery millions of years in the making.

The US and Japan are backing the Australian government's support of Telstra in its purchase of the Pacific's largest telco.

The NSW Government has announced a number of tech reforms, including plans for a digital ID system and new personal data breach laws.

The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) has issued an urgent cyber self-hygiene check to small businesses.

Stats show consumers feel left out of national debate on cyber attacks and data security.

A radio telescope in remote Western Australia is building 3-dimensional maps of galaxies.

Some of the biggest names in the tech world have announced serious job cuts.

Western Australian researchers say mirrors could help avoid the need to use radio transmitters in critical communications.

The UN says a new satellite system will be used to track methane emissions from space.

The competition regulator wants new measures to address harms from digital platforms to Australian consumers.

The Australian Federal Police have attributed the hacking data theft of Medibank customer information to Russia-based criminal groups.

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